Before I get to my Super Bowl prediction, a special comment:
Liberal icon and current ESPN host Keith Olbermann took to Twitter Wednesday night to callously mock Sen. Joni Ernst for her growing up in a poor working family in Red Oak, Iowa. Ernst spoke of her childhood when she gave … Continue reading ?
"Football was more important to them than saving children."
Bad honor to win.
The NCAA announced today that it will restore Joe Paterno's 111 wins to Penn State's football program, putting Paterno back in first as Division I college football's winningest coach. Keith Olbermann celebrated the news by naming the NCAA and Penn State the worst in the sports world. Read more...
Keith Olbermann takes on the bizarre testimony by NASCAR driver Kurt Busch that his ex-girlfriend is really a professional assassin. Maybe she is, if the video he shows in the middle of the segment is any indication. At the very least,...Show More Summary
And SI catches Roger Goodell in a lie.
There have been a number of moving pieces about Stuart Scott since the sports world learned of the ESPN stalwart’s passing on Sunday morning. However, the Stuart Scott tribute we got from the normally pugnacious Keith Olbermann last night might be the best yet. The segment started with a clip of Scott’s first ever appearance […]
The passing of ESPN’s Stuart Scott has touched many people. President Obama issued a statement, both professional and college teams have held moments of silence and basically everyone in the industry paid some sort of compliment to Scott. Perhaps...Show More Summary
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On yesterday's episode—the same one where he re-aired Stuart Scott's 1993 ESPN2 debut —Keith Olbermann decided to honor what he called Scott's "professional courage." Specifically, the time an ESPN executive, piqued by Scott's unique catchphrases, called the anchor into his office and told him he was being too black on the air. Read more...
ThelossofStuartScott yesterdaysetadepressingtoneatthecloseoftheweekend,butalsospawnedalotofgreatmemoriesaboutthelatesportsanchor.We’veseenthetearfulgoodbyes andrelivedtheheartbreakingmoments,butKeithOlbermannwantstoremindusthatwelostalotmorethanjustcatchphraseswithStuartScott.
As promised, Keith Olbermann dedicated the second segment of his program today to a re-airing of Stuart Scott's sportscast from the 1993 inaugural episode of SportsNight— the program that launched ESPN2. Read more...
SportsCenter anchor Stuart Scott died at the age of 49. He had battled cancer three times and was hoping to beat it again before succumbing this morning. Scott helped to launch ESPN2 in 1993 with Keith Olbermann and Suzy Kolber. Eventually,...Show More Summary
MediabistroTV had a big year in 2014, producing feature videos on major industry players, including Keith Olbermann, David Muir, Erin Burnett and Jim Cramer just to name a few. We’ve also profiled shows, giving a behind-the-scenes look...Show More Summary
The Colbert Report finale was a thrill to watch, with the number of guest stars appearing in the final “We’ll Meet
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CBS’s Doug Gottlieb has been in hot water over the last couple days over a tweet criticizing Kobe Bryant for demonstrating support for Eric Garner, the man choked to death by New York City police. Bryant, LeBron James, Derrick Rose,...Show More Summary
ESPN host Keith Olbermann blasted former colleague Doug Gottlieb on Wednesday for complaining about NBA star Kobe Bryant and his teammates’ show of support for the protests against the Eric Garner grand jury decision. “It’s called empathy, Doug, and you don’t have it,”...
As a kid growing up in the Hudson Valley, Keith Olbermann would watch New York news anchors Jim Jensen, Bill Beutel and Roger Grimsby. But it was an internship at WNYW that put him on the path on TV stardom. And, as it turns out, the guy who gave the sports-to-news back to sports broadcaster his break in TV would give him another shot later on. Show More Summary