In this post, I’ll be presenting a parody video of Keith Olbermann‘s “worst persons in the sports world” videos. I don’t know how much overlap there is in people who read my blog and people who are fans of Olbermann. I’ve always been a big fan of Olbermann the sports guy… Olbermann the political commentator […]
A few months ago, we wondered where Craig Kilborn was. Where’s he been? It had been awhile since the former SportsCenter anchor and Daily Show host had popped up on our TV screens, and we were getting more than a little curious as to what he was doing with himself. Show More Summary
Bill Simmons, Keith Olbermann and Colin Cowherd are leaving the sports network as it contends with increases in production costs and rights fees.
DUtards debate the Trumpism of McCain Keith Olbermann…passed around more than a joint at a Grateful Dead concert Oh hey, did y’all know John Kerry was in Vietnam? The Gitmo/McCain Refraction Black lives matter except when they don’t EU: Fail Who watches the watchers? I do…I do. McCain is a hero…just like everyone else. That […]
It wasn’t because he did it on the first place. Not at all. It was because he threw so little money at Sepp Blatter. (...)
Keith Olbermann’s second act with ESPN may be coming to an end this month, but rumors are now circulating that the loudmouth liberal may be reunited with MSNBC, where he worked from 2003 to 2011. According to Mediaite, MSNBC has scheduled a Town Hall meeting with NBC News president Andy Lack to discuss the network’s […]
This summer, ESPN will have parted ways with three of their most notable on-air personalities: Bill Simmons, Colin Cowherd, and Keith Olbermann. Now imagine ESPN is a sports team, let’s just say the 2015 Cleveland Cavaliers for the purpose of this exercise. Show More Summary
This week, the third major name rumored to be leaving ESPN decided to leave ESPN, as Colin Cowherd chose to leave the Worldwide Leader for (reportedly) the greener pastures of Fox Sports. Cowherd follows in the footsteps of Keith Olbermann and Bill Simmons, each of whom has similar departures from ESPN in recent months. Show More Summary
ESPN has had a number of high-profile departures from its stable in the last few months, with Grantland editor Bill Simmons and sports-anchor-turned-political-commentator-turned-sports-anchor Keith Olbermann both bidding the network adieu. Show More Summary
Colin Cowherd is set to become the latest big name to leave ESPN, following in the footsteps of Bill Simmons and Keith Olbermann.
We’re in the final days of the second round of the Keith Olbermann Era on ESPN. Olbermann’s eventual landing spot is still a question, but his self-titled show has won acclaim over the two years it was on the air. The most popular part...Show More Summary
Thursday, in a discussion of ESPN NFL reporter Adam Schefter, who posted a photo of the medical chart of Jason Pierre-Paul, ESPN host Keith Olbermann briefly alluded to his own imminent departure from the network–and the leaks and rumors...Show More Summary
Keith Olbermann briefly addressed the big news about his impending departure from ESPN on his ESPN show today.
Keith Olbermann spent the first seven minutes of his ESPN2 show today slyly dinging media for its coverage of ESPN’s decision not to renew his contract — by tucking dings into his discussion of the network's report on New York Giants...Show More Summary
Keith Olbermann has a reputation for leaving high-profile jobs in a blaze of drama, and the occasional threat of a lawsuit. So you may have braced yourself for fireworks on Wednesday when ESPN announced that it would not renew the sportscaster’s contract at the end of the month for “Olbermann,” his nightly show on ESPN2. “While […]
Bill Simmons is gone from ESPN. Now so is Keith Olbermann, for a second time. Is it because, as has been trotted out lately, both became too expensive for a network that is ever-so-slightly less profitable than it used to be. Or is it because both were highly critical of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, with […]
Sun rises; sun sets; Keith Olbermann departs another cable-TV network. ESPN announced in a statement yesterday that the broadcaster’s time at the Worldwide Leader in Sports is once again coming to an end. "While the show's content was distinctive and extremely high quality, we ultimately made a business decision to move... More »
With Keith Olbermann leaving ESPN for a second time at the end of this month, it means that K.O. will once again be looking for work. Let’s take a look where Keith Olbermann has worked over the years and some of the incidents that have occurred during that period. It’s a very interesting timeline. 1976 […] The post The Keith Olbermann Timeline appeared first on Awful Announcing.
Toronto Sun columnist Steve Simmons’ claim in print last week that former Leafs’ forward Phil Kessel ate a hot dog from the same vendor almost every day has sparked widespread derision, with Keith Olbermann blasting Simmons twice and Pension Plan Puppets exposing how geography made Simmons’ account highly improbable. Show More Summary