This isn't just one of those cases where a news report got something wrong, it's an instance of getting something so very wrong that it's beyond the point of being amusing. On Monday afternoon Tottenham played Chelsea in their English Premier League fixture. Show More Summary
ESPN continues to fit the bill as the self-proclaimed “Worldwide Leader in Sports,” as it announced Tuesday it has reached an agreement with Vice to share television content. The two will air original content on one another’s networks,...Show More Summary
The Boston Red Sox announced Monday that benched third baseman Pablo Sandoval will have surgery on his left shoulder to figure out what, exactly, is wrong with it. According to ESPN, he’ll miss the rest of the year. The Red Sox will pay every penny of Sandoval’s $17 million salary without recouping a dime of […]
Vice Media Inc. will produce TV shows and web series for Walt Disney Co.’s ESPN, the most-watched sports network in the U.S., a deal that deepens the ties between the two companies. ESPN will... To view the full story, click the title link.
Washington Nationals superstar Bryce Harper has signed a contract extension with Under Armour, per a press release from the company. According to Darren Rovell of ESPN.com, the deal is a 10-year extension " believed to be the largest endorsement deal in history for a baseball player." Harper, 23, is one of MLB's brightest young stars. Show More Summary
"Growing up watching ESPN I came to love the brand and their content. Maybe a little too much"
Media business deals are so rad.
ESPN and VICE are joining forces. The two companies announced on Tuesday a partnership that include the production of a new short-form series that will air on each company's channels. "Original shows in development will take audiences...Show More Summary
COLUMBUS, Ohio — When ESPN announced its slate of prime-time Big Ten games for the 2016 season on Monday, Urban Meyer likely had a hard time hiding his smile. Ohio State will play in at least four prime-time conference games this season,...Show More Summary
ESPN has scrubbed out one of the most defining moments of the Boston Red Sox's 2004 World Series playoff run that involved controversial pitcher and recently fired ESPN analyst Curt Schilling and his famous bloody sock from a documentary that aired Sunday.
Now that we’ve moved past the NFL Draft, the future of ESPN NFL analyst Trent Dilfer has become quite the topic du jour in the football and sports media worlds. Over the weekend it was reported that Dilfer was on his way out at ESPN and preparing to look for more opportunities elsewhere. Show More Summary
ESPN, which calls itself the “Worldwide Leader in Sports,” did not air footage of Curt Schilling and his bloody sock during a documentary covering the pivotal 2004 playoff series comeback win. ESPN fired Schilling over his social media comments on transgenders and bathrooms a few weeks ago.
Trent Dilfer is likely to leave ESPN. If/when he does, he won’t be heading to the 49ers. More accurately, he has no current plan to join the 49ers. “I have no intention of joining the 49ers,” Dilfer told Cam Inman of the San Jose Mercury News. “I have never been talking with the 49ers about this…
It was easy to love Ryan Murphy’s The People v. O.J. Simpson — the whole thing was a blast, from the Marcia Clark revival to David Schwimmer skewering the Kardashians. And though it played history as camp, most of the time, ultimately, that didn’t matter: The history was so rich we couldn’t ... More »
Remember the infamous bloody sock game from the 2004 American League Championship Series? If you still watch ESPN, it’s as if it never happened. Curt Schilling was recently fired by ESPN in large part because of his frequent social-media activity, specifically controversial … Continued
Leicester City’s title triumph has caught the attention of many in the sporting world, making them the most memorable Premier League champions in a generation. For the majority, anyway. Tottenham Hotspur’s 2-2 draw with Chelsea confirmed the Foxes’ astonishing achievement on Monday night. Show More Summary
The Red Sox announced earlier today that Pablo Sandoval would undergo shoulder surgery, which I suppose settles whether he had a real injury or was faking it. According to a report from ESPN, Sandoval’s surgery will take him out for the rest of the season. From the report: Read more...
Boxing: ESPN and ESPN Deportes Present Extensive Coverage around Canelo Alvarez vs. Amir Khan; A Los Golpes and One Nación present special bilingual show on ESPN2 ESPN and ESPN Deportes offer extensive [...] The post ESPN and ESPN Deportes Present Extensive Coverage around Canelo Alvarez vs. Amir Khan appeared first on Boxing News 24.
Curt Schilling was recently fired from his position at ESPN. Why? Because he dared to question the ethics of allowing grown men to shower with little girls as a matter
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