The network recruited a handful of music-minded Olympic athletes for a humorous and holiday-themed "12 Days of Sochi" sing-a-long music video. read more
NBC’s Bob Costas seems to be everywhere at the Olympics, but next year he’ll be impossible to miss: The network revealed that he’ll host both prime-time and late-night this February in Sochi. Wait, wasn’t he doing this already? Anyway, he’s had the primetime gig for two decades. More Reliable Source: Lindsay Czarniak; Joe Biden; Chris Brown; pets […]
The 2014 Olympics will be here before we know it. It's actually less than three months away at this point. NBC revealed this week that of all people, Bob Costas will host its primetime and late night programs from Sochi from February 6 through 23. Show More Summary
With the 50th anniversary of the assassination of John F. Kennedy looming, Bob Costas takes a unique look at the events through the eyes of the NFL team that played in the city where Kennedy was killed. Debuting at 11:00 p.m. ET tonight on NBCSN, No Day For Games: The Cowboys and JFK examines the…
Bob Costas will host the network’s primetime and late night coverage of the 2014 Sochi Winter Games in February. No big surprise there — Costas has served as primetime host for every Olympics on NBC since 1992. But it’s only the second time he’s hosted both in primetime and late night (he did same during the 2000 Sydney Olympics). Show More Summary
Costas Hosts Olympics in Primetime for Record 10th Time
Your browser does not support iframes. As a nation mourned the assassination of John F. Kennedy, former NFL commissioner Pete Rozelle faced a monumental decision: Should the league play its games just two days later or suspend them? ...Show More Summary
One of the sporting world's biggest voices has taken a stand against football. NBC's well-known broadcaster spoke out against the dangers of the sport on Slate's Hang Up and Listen podcast : Costas was specifically asked if he would allow his kids to play the sport and was vehemently against the idea (h/t Fox Sports' Sam Gardner): I’d tell them no. Show More Summary
NBC's Bob Costas is a key face of the NFL. It's not his job to be a spokesperson for the league, but as the man who hosts football's highest-rated game every week, he's one of the most important figures NFL fans are exposed to throughout the season. Costas, though, doesn't pull punches where Roger Goodell might prefer it. Show More Summary
Bob Costas may have a high-profile gig on NBC’s top-rated little “Sunday Night Football” show, but that doesn’t mean he’d allow a child of his to play the game. He adds his name to a list of other well-known people (President Obama, Kurt Warner, Adrian Peterson, Bart Scott … to name a few) who have […]
Slate's Hang Up & Listen Live! with Bob Costas is tonight. It will be at City Winery in Manhattan from 7:30 to 8:30. Tickets are still available. [Slate's Hang Up & Listen Live! at City Winery] Read more...
Might the costly US mandate for adding corn ethanol to gasoline finally be ripe for reform? Late last week, Representatives Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) and Jim Costa (D-CA), both members of the House Agriculture Committee, joined with 167 other...Show More Summary
It was just a mere three weeks ago that cable news was buzzing about a halftime commentary by NBC’s Bob Costas regarding his (extremely belated) two cents regarding the Redskins name “controversy”. Costas—despite being in broadcasting...Show More Summary
(Paul Mirengoff) I hadn’t planned to write about the latest iteration of the dispute over the Washington Redskins name. Even after President Obama, Nancy Pelosi, Bob Costas, and (most importantly) Charles Krauthammer weighed in — all on the side of name-change — I didn’t feel the need to comment. Show More Summary
President Barack Obama, Bob Costas and 10 members of Congress have called on the Washington Redskins to change their name. Should Christians have a say?
Bob Costas's disaster World Series—Reds-Rays—did not happen but the ratings are bad anyway: "This year's Cardinals/Red Sox match-up is only the second World Series in history to earn a single-digit overnight for Games 1 and 2, joining last year's Tigers/Giants series." [Sports Media Watch] Read more...
Slate's Hang Up & Listen Live! Like smart people talking sports? Like Bob Costas? In NYC? Come to the show on Nov. 11. Tickets here. [Hang Up & Listen Live! at City Winery] Read more...
On Thursday, NBC sportscaster Bob Costas said he feels uncomfortable saying the word "Redskins" and claimed he was not a liberal and that his commentary about the Redskins on Sunday Night Football was not injecting politics. He alsoShow More Summary
Bob Costas is one of the premier sportscasters and a very smart guy, so it was somewhat surprising to see him join the chorus of those decrying the fact that the owner of the Washington Redskins is resisting the pressures to change the...Show More Summary
Greg Pollowitz at National Review asked, Which Is Worse: ‘High Cheekbones’ or ‘Redskins’? A few things are bothering me about Bob Costas calling the term “Redskins” a slur on Sunday night. One, Democrats had absolutely no issue when then senate