Keith Olbermann makes a passionate argument for why sports must lead the charge out of Indiana. "There are times in the history of this country where sports not only influences our destiny, but leads it, and this is such a time," Olbermann...Show More Summary
Several of MSNBC’s marquee shows, including “Morning Joe,” “Hardball with Chris Matthews,” “All In with Chris Hayes,” “The Rachel Maddow Show” and “The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell,” came in second, ahead of CNN, among total viewers for the month of March. Show More Summary
ESPN’s Keith Olbermann has called on the National College Athletic Association and National Football League to boycott Indiana until the state repeals a new law that protects businesses that refuse to provide services to same-sex couples. Indiana Governor Mike Pence signed the Religious...
When actress and comedian Maysoon Zayid made her television debut on "Countdown with Keith Olbermann" in 2010, she was shocked to see a barrage of hateful comments posted about her online. Zayid is a Palestinian-American Muslim woman...Show More Summary
(John Hinderaker) MSNBC has been in a state of decline for as long as I can remember. In its latest iteration, the network apparently decided it hadn’t been left-wing enough during the Keith Olbermann days, so it “leaned forward”–I never understood what that meant–until it did a face-plant. Show More Summary
Sportscaster Keith Olbermann is no stranger to being suspended -- he was briefly taken off his ESPN show last month after getting into a fight on Twitter -- so it's not surprising that he has great sympathy for embattled newsman Brian Williams.
If this was intended as a defense of discredited NBC Nightly News anchor/fabulist Brian Williams, ex-MSNBC ringleader Keith Olbermann should have bitten his tongue instead. Appearing on Late Show with David Letterman last night, Olbermann...Show More Summary
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=we-cGY6Y5gE Keith Olbermann got in a Twitter fight with Penn State students. Then he got suspended by ESPN for it. Then he said he was going to stop his Twitter “batting practice” in a thoughtful essay. Show More Summary
“On Twitter you don’t think of anybody else as an actual human being.”
Once upon a time, Keith Olbermann was colleagues at NBC with Brian Williams, and on The Late Show last night, Olbermann defended his old colleague amid his suspension for exaggerating war stories.
Keith Olbermann and David Letterman want Brian Williams back on NBC Nightly News. They’re maybe not in the best position to dictate — Olbermann, for instance, only recently returned to his ESPN2 show from his own suspension, after engaging...Show More Summary
Keith Olbermann succinctly and perfectly explained what's wrong with the Internet and Twitter in general while giving his mea culpa on being suspended by ESPN for his hard-line stance on Penn State raising $13 million for the "Four Diamonds...Show More Summary
Keith Olbermann, who recently endured his own suspension, discusses his sympathy for Brian Williams with David Letterman
Keith Olbermann is a guest on the Late Show with David Letterman tonight, and part of their taped conversation has already been uploaded onto YouTube by the show. In it, Olbermann and Letterman discuss the the dumbass Twitter fight he got into with Penn State fans and students that led ESPN to suspend him from his show for four days. Show More Summary
Former Fox News host Eric Burns on Sunday told CNN that revelations that Bill O’Reilly did not always tell the truth should not come as a surprise to anyone who watched the evidence Keith Olbermann presented when he worked as a host for MSNBC. Burns, who hosted Fox’s media critic show...
Keith Olbermann was suspended by ESPN last week after getting into an ugly Twitter War with Penn State students who were raising money for pediatric cancer. Olbermann’s Twitter persona has been as fiery and combative as the days when he was delivering special comments calling out George W. Show More Summary
With new allegations questioning Bill O’Reilly’s reporting on Monday, a segment late last year by ESPN’s Keith Olbermann can be seen in a new light. On Nov. 19, Olbermann named the Factor host his daily “Worst Person In The World,” but not because of their...
Keith Olbermann returned to ESPN tonight after a short suspension for a tweet last week that looked like he was being insensitive to Penn State students who raised millions to fight pediatric cancer.
Sports commentator Keith Olbermann spent nearly seven minutes Monday during his show attempting to atone for a Twitter brawl that got him taken off the air for a week.
ESPN’s Keith Olbermann returned from suspension today after missing four shows due to insensitive remarks he made on Twitter directed at Penn State students. Olbermann regularly refers to attacking his critics on social media as \"batting...Show More Summary