Keith Olbermann of Fox Sports Net ESPN MSNBC Current ESPN2 is still engaged in one of his favorite pastimes: sniping back at his critics over Twitter.
His eponymous ESPN2 show is moving to 5 p.m. read more
According to a release from ESPN, big changes are in store for Keith Olbermann. Not only is his show being rescued from its ever-changing late-night time slot, but Keith himself will return to the SportsCenter anchor desk for the first time since 1997. Read more...
Keith Olbermann had some big news on the first anniversary of his ESPN2 show, Olbermann. Starting on Sept.8, Olbermann’s timeslot
A year to the day after his late-night ESPN2 show premiered, Keith Olbermann is moving to 5 PM ET so he can host “key editions of SportsCenter surrounding major news or events throughout the year, while enabling us to secure a more consistent time slot to showcase his distinctive voice,” an ESPN exec said tonight. Show More Summary
Makes a lot of sense.
“If you bet the under, you lost!,” gloated Keith Olbermann gleefully at the start of his show tonight. Olbermann has officially made it to a year at ESPN and, for the most part, the network has left him alone. Actually, for the entire part they seem to have left him alone. No suspensions, no apparent disappearances from […]
A day after Keith Olbermann called on ESPN to ban the use of "Redskins" and other prominent analysts expressed reservations about using the football team's nickname on air, ESPN announced on Saturday that if its employees want to refer to the Washington Redskins as the Washington football team, the network will allow them to do so. Show More Summary
On his Friday program, Keith Olbermann called on ESPN to "officially" ban the use of "Redskins." Citing Greg Gumbel, Tom Jackson, Peter King, Phil Simms, Mike Caray, Tony Dungy and others who have expressed concerns about using the team's...Show More Summary
The day after one of its analysts says he'll avoid the name and Keith Olbermann calls on it to ban the word, ESPN tweaks its policy on "Redskins." The post After Challenge From Olbermann, ESPN Updates Policy, Says Announcers Don’t Have To Say ‘Redskins’ On Air appeared first on ThinkProgress.
Here’s a look at the FishbowlNY posts that made the most buzz this week. 1) Gawker Shares Egregious Time Inc. Spreadsheet [Updated] 2) A Robin Williams Selfie Minted at SNL 3) Dick Cavett, Keith Olbermann Stir NYDN ‘Yellow Journalism’...Show More Summary
The Sun caught many people’s attention on Wednesday when they told the story of a Bulgarian Red Devil who had changed his name to Mr Manchester United, whilst tattooing the club’s crest on his forehead after police refused to put his new name on his ID. The story went viral, but not everyone thought the […]
On Tuesday, former MSNBC host Cenk Uygur uttered some of the wackiest media analysis you’ll ever hear when, on his Youtube show, declared that “In American media conservatives dominated almost exclusively before Keith Olbermann turned...Show More Summary
During an interview today with HuffPost Live, Dick Cavett told host Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani that he holds, ultimately, New York Daily News readers accountable for the Robin Williams August 13 front page derided around the world: “This...Show More Summary
Since his return to ESPN, Keith Olbermann has not backed away from the combative nature he displayed during his cable news days. In less than a year, he has seen his fair share of juicy media feuds. Certainly the most noteworthy feud was his week-long engagement with Mike Francesa and WFAN that produced a number […]
Over the last year, several major moves have taken place on the sports media free agency front as big-name personalities have switched addresses. ESPN brought Michelle Beadle, Jason Whitlock, and Keith Olbermann back home from exile. After staffing their new cable sports network, Fox Sports 1 has gone out and beefed up their journalistic ranks with Rob […]
Keith Olbermann is mad as hell at the Daily News for its Wednesday front page featuring the gaunt face of the late Robin Williams, which included the headline “HANGED” and subheads detailing the police report.
Pep Guardiola 's reaction at the end of Bayern Munich's 2-1 defeat to the MLS All-Stars was definitely pretty childish, but one American sports review went as far as to call the Spaniard the "World's Worst Person in Sports" for the day. Guardiola...Show More Summary
Remember when in 2011 voices on the left from Keith Olbermann to Paul Krugman to the Huffington Post among many others suggested that Sarah Palin was at least partially to blame for the shooting of Rep. Gabby Giffords because Palin had...Show More Summary