With the exits of prominent personalities like Bill Simmons, Colin Cowherd and Keith Olbermann last year and Mike Tirico and Skip Bayless this week, there seems to be a “Decline and Fall of the ESPN Empire” narrative emerging. ESPN is...Show More Summary
The exodus of high-profile, highly-paid talent from ESPN just keeps rolling. Following the departures of Bill Simmons, Keith Olbermann and Colin Cowherd last year and Monday’s news of Mike Tirico’s upcoming exit for NBC, the companyShow More Summary
Keith Olbermann: principled real estate listing activist, or rank hypocrite? You be the judge. The former face of liberal rage on MSNBC has spent the last several weeks showboating about how he's moving out of his Trump Tower apartment "because of the degree to which the very name 'Trump' has degraded the public discourse and the nation itself. Show More Summary
Last month, Keith Olbermann explained in a Washington Post piece that he could no longer live in his Trump-branded New York apartment building. “I’m getting out because of the degree to which the very name 'Trump' has degraded the public discourse and the nation itself,” he wrote. He was serious:... More »
You’ve got to give it to Keith Olbermann, he is a man of his word. A month after vowing in a scathing op-ed to sell his Donald Trump-managed New York City condo in protest of Trump’s presidential candidacy, the commentator has followed through, listing the apartment for $3.9 million. Show More Summary
SELLER: Keith Olbermann LOCATION: New York City, NY PRICE: $3,900,000 SIZE: 1,746 square feet, 2 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms YOUR MAMA’S NOTES: Looks like Keith Olbermann is prepared to put his money where his mouth is and officially listed his luxury apartment at the Trump Palace in New York City at $3.9 million, a not insignificant... Read more »
When espn2 launched in 1993 as an edgier alternative to the ESPN mothership (with lowercase letters and the whole nine yards), it debuted with SportsCenter anchor Keith Olbermann wearing a leather jacket. Why? Because espn2 was going to be edgy and this was the 90’s. Show More Summary
The story that splashed across the New York gossip pages was a juicy one: Keith Olbermann, a legendary jerk in broadcasting, refused to live in a building owned by Donald Trump, a legendary jerk in politics. In March, the former MSNBC host vacated his apartment in the lavish Trump Towers, fed up, he said, with Trump's divisive presidential campaign. Show More Summary
Keith Olbermann, the acerbic broadcaster and fervent anti-Trumpster, revealed the event that pushed him over the ledge, forcing him to abandon his posh apartment at Trump Towers, owned by the GOP frontrunner he so despises. “The dayShow More Summary
Keith Olbermann as a guest on The Bill Simmons Podcast? Oh, that’s probably worth listening to, right? The two high-profile former ESPN employees, both let go by the network during the past year, would surely have some scorching takes to share, along with a few boys’ room stories about behind-the-scenes stuff that maybe wasn’t previously publicized. Show More Summary
This discussion is a little ambiguous about “winning the nomination” vs. “winning the general election” but it is fun to see Keith Olbermann again. He states here that he is coming out of retirement. Olbermann correctly points out something I think a lot of people don’t know or understand. A political party is an independent…
Former MSNBC and ESPN anchor Keith Olbermann appeared on The View to share a few laughs (and a bit of terror) about the idea of President Donald Trump getting his hands on nukes...
Keith Olbermann, the acid-witted broadcaster who can't seem to hold onto a job, said Friday he wants to return to showbiz, but left fans and critics guessing what that might look like. "I'm coming out of retirement," Olbermann, a former...Show More Summary
Keith Olbermann made an appearance on ABC's The View to opine about why he believes Trump will not be the GOP nominee. PoliticusUSA: Olbermann said, “Because of the premise of the campaign, I don’t think he has a reasonable chance of being elected. Show More Summary
Former MSNBC host Keith Olbermann argued on Friday that Donald Trump is the most dangerous presidential candidate since the Civil War during an appearance on The View. “Someone said to me the other day — and they were quite serious; you can understand when you hear these two things...
"I couldn't go under the sign anymore that said Trump Palace without spitting."
Far-left host Keith Olbermann appeared on The View, Friday, to warn that while the threat of a nuclear ISIS is “theoretical,” the danger of Donald Trump becoming President is a “distinct” possibility. Olbermann wondered aloud, “Somebody said the other day...’What would happen if ISIS got nukes?.... So, I said, ‘what would happen if Donald Trump got nukes?’"
It’s been a quiet period for Keith Olbermann as he’s been without a television outlet since leaving ESPN2 and his “Olbermann” show last summer. But late last year, we told you that K.O. met with NBC News President Andy Lack about a possible return to news and MSNBC. Show More Summary
MSNBC is shuffling executives as it continues to search for a cure for its low ratings. The New York Post reports that NBC News boss Andy Lack “is expected to name Senior Vice President Janelle Rodriguez to a new position...
We had a hard time deciding if the following rant written by the twice disgraced Keith Olbermann about, of all things, punishing Donald Trump by moving out of a Trump building (he is "getting out because of the degree to which the very name “Trump” has degraded the public discourse and the nation itself. Show More Summary