Former cable news superstar Keith Olbermann apparently has that old fire in the belly again, courtesy of the once-in-a-lifetime fireworks factory fire that is the 2016 presidential election, and has released an extended Special Comment-style rant on Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's psychological status.
Time for some armchair psychiatry. Sports and political commentator Keith Olbermann used the 20 items on the Hare Psychopathy Checklist ? an actual clinical tool used to help diagnose psychopathy ? to assess Donald Trump. The results? Well,...Show More Summary
Sports and political commentator Keith Olbermann attempted to understand Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump this week through the lens of clinical psychology and determined that the candidate could not pass one of the most widely used “sanity” assessments used to predict...
Former ESPN broadcaster Keith Olbermann went in hard on Rogers’ decision to replace Hockey Night In Canada host George Stroumboulopoulos with once and future host Ron MacLean when rumors of that move first came out last Wednesday, calling...Show More Summary
Former ESPN broadcaster Keith Olbermann apparently has strong feelings about who should host Hockey Night In Canada. Monday’s report (initially from Dave Feschuk of The Toronto Star) that Rogers plans to dump George Strombopolous and...Show More Summary
Gordie Howe made a huge impact on the hockey world, but he also made an impact on ESPN, and in more than just his “This Is SportsCenter” commercial with Keith Olbermann. ESPN founder Bill Rasmussen actually started the company after he was fired by Howe’s wife and business manager Colleen. Show More Summary
The passing of 88-year-old NHL and WHA legend Gordie Howe Friday morning has sparked plenty of tributes across the sports world, but one of the most notable on the media side came from The post Keith Olbermann on getting “beat up” by Gordie Howe in SportsCenter commercial appeared first on Awful Announcing.
Scan the media over the past few months and you'll find a common narrative - Donald Trump won the Republican nomination by turning politics into reality television. It's a common trope. Pundits like Keith Olbermann decried the rise of...Show More Summary
A previously obscure Republican lawmaker from Tennessee felt the harsh glare of the national spotlight Saturday night after he slammed Muhammad Ali — calling him “Cassius Clay” — on Twitter following the heralded athlete’s death In a tweet since taken down, Tennessee...
On the March 31 episode of The Bill Simmons Podcast, Simmons asked Keith Olbermann how he would fix SportsCenter. The show’s ratings have been falling steadily, leaving ESPN scrambling to save its stalwart franchise. “All the attempts...Show More Summary
In a guest column for The Hollywood Reporter, Keith Olbermann ripped the media for essentially selling its soul in order in order to cover the endlessly fascinating spectacle of Donald Trump's campaign.
Here's a reminder of what really is actually at stake, via our friends at The Fcking News, veterans from The Daily Show and Countdown with Keith Olbermann. Not just what's at stake, but the part each of us plays and has played in bringing fascism to America. Show More Summary
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