ESPN, Keith Olbermann Part Ways
Almost two years after returning to the sports hub he called home in the 1990s, Keith Olbermann has again parted ways with ESPN.
Bill Simmons to Exit ESPN This Fall, After Contract Talks Fall Through
Bill Simmons’ almost 15-year run with ESPN will end this October, after the renowned analyst/columnist/podcaster failed to strike a new deal with the cable sports outlet. READ MORE
ESPN's Britt McHenry Suspended After Bullying Parking Attendant on Camera
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ESPN Anchor Stuart Scott Dead at 49 — Watch His Peers' Emotional Tributes
Longtime ESPN anchor Stuart Scott died on Sunday morning following a seven-year battle with cancer. He was 49. READ MORE
ESPN's Sugar Bowl, Rose Bowl Deliver Cable's Two Largest Audiences Ever
ESPN’s coverage of this year’s Rose Bowl and Sugar Bowl on Thursday evening wound up delivering cable TV’s two largest audiences ever. READ MORE
TVLine Items: Good Wife Face-Off Preview, ESPN Recruits Tim Tebow, Vampire Casting and More
Is it just a “coincidence” that the titular Good Wife again finds herself locking horns with her ex-lover in the courtroom?
Alicia asks Will that very question in a new promo touting the CBS drama’s return this coming Sunday. READ MORE
ESPN Pulls Out of PBS Docu on NFL Concussions
A PBS Frontline investigation into head injuries among NFL players no longer enjoys the official cooperation of ESPN, after the cabler asked that its logo and “collaboration” credit be scrubbed from the project and promotional materials. READ MORE
Erin Andrews Exits ESPN, Rejoins Fox Sports
Erin Andrews has left ESPN after an eight-year stint to rejoin the Fox Sports network.
“Opportunities to add someone of Erin Andrews’ caliber don’t come along often and we’re thrilled to welcome her back,” Fox Sports Media Group COO Eric Shanks said of the hire. READ MORE