New Internet Streaming Service To Offer Top Cable Channels For Cheap image
Even people who are willing to shell out more than $100 bucks for cable each month knows the service is expensive. Certain companies, like Netflix and HBO, have already been working to bring homes cheaper ways to access content. This week, another service entered the fray.
Jessica Rawden 2015-01-06
Remember Stuart Scott By Watching His Inspiring ESPY Speech image
This morning, ESPN anchor Stuart Scott died following an extended battle with cancer. The 49 year-old sports anchor will be remembered for his on-air catchphrases and a mind primed for sports facts and figures, but as we keep his family and friends in our thoughts, lets take a look at the epic speech he gave at the ESPY Awards.
Jessica Rawden 2015-01-04
ESPN Stole Daniel Tosh's Web Redemption And He's Pissed image
This week, Comedy Central’s Tosh. O is not particularly pleased with another network. Viral video extraordinaire Daniel Tosh used his show as a platform to push ESPN’s buttons, following an incident where the sports-related network blatantly ripped off his “Web Redemption” segment.
Jessica Rawden 2014-11-12
This Might Be The Most Incomprehensible Speech In The History Of Sports image
It’s a tough job to be an on-air personality. Radio and TV personas have to be on all the time. They are expected to be knowledgeable on a variety of topics, and more importantly, they are expected to enunciate clearly. Usually, on-air personalities are pretty good about staying professional, but occasionally, they are a garbled mess.
Jessica Rawden 2014-10-20
ESPN Just Suspended Bill Simmons For This Epic Rant image
Love him or hate him, ESPN columnist and analyst Bill Simmons is one of the most outspoken people in sports, fueled by subjectivity and pop culture references. His thought-provoking opinions have landed him in hot water in the past, but the most recent edition of his podcast B.S. Report has gotten him suspended from EPSN for the next three weeks.
Nick Venable 2014-09-24
ESPN's Streaming Service Didn't Handle The World Cup Very Well image
Still, at some point in the near future, these kinks should be worked out to the point where we’re shocked when outages do happen, especially on big events. Maybe that will be 3 years. Maybe it will be 5 years. I’m not really sure, but I’m confident in saying it will be under 10.
Mack Rawden 2014-06-26
The NFL Introduced Radical Changes To Its 2014-2015 Season Schedule image
When it comes to ratings, NFL games are TV’s biggest no-brainers. So it’s no small matter that the 2014-2015 season will feature three significant changes in where and when some of the most important games of the season are played.
Nick Venable 2014-04-24
Tonya Harding And Nancy Kerrigan Figure Skating Controversy Revisited In 30 For 30: The Price Of Gold image
Now matter how dramatic Sochi's figure staking proves to be, there's no way it can live up to the sensational events of the ladies' competition 20 years ago. While everyone probably remembers the Tonya Harding and Nancy Kerrigan scandal, ESPN's 30 for 30: The Price of Gold is a compelling doc that not only offers never before seen footage of the events and new interviews but also crafts a fascinating narrative around Harding's involvement with the attack. A must see for the anniversary.
Jesse Carp 2014-02-14
Why Time Warner's A La Carte Cable Option Would Suck For Most Of Us image
The ugly battle between Time Warner Cable and CBS is getting uglier by the minute. This morning, the former shocked the entire cable industry by offering to carry the latter’s channels on a purely a la carte basis, which would allow customers to either opt in for individual channels and pay a bit extra or opt out and pay nothing. Members of Congress have been shouting about such a plan for years, but not surprisingly, CBS was having none of that.
Mack Rawden 2013-08-05
3D TV Suffers Big Setback As ESPN Pulls Out Of Market image
We’re a few years into the massive 3D push and all of the fervor for the medium seems to being dying down. At no point has that downtrend been clearer either than this week when the technology was dealt a pretty big blow. On Wednesday, early adapter of 3D TV ESPN announced the company was opting to “discontinue” its available 3D programming due to low usage numbers by ESPN viewers.
Jessica Rawden 2013-06-13
ESPN Enlists Comedian Rob Riggle To Host The 2012 ESPY Awards  image
Let's face it, most awards shows are pretty boring. Whether or not you love the topic at hand, the actual show more often than not fails to entertain. However, one awards show that never seems to disappoint in the entertainment department is ESPN's The ESPY Awards and it's largely because they know how to hire a host. This year, the 20th for the event celebrating the best in sports, the ESPYS have hired comedian Rob Riggle.
Jesse Carp 2012-04-20 Pulls Advertisements From Penn State Football Games image
The automotive sponsor is dropping out of Penn State game sponsorship only. Currently, the advertising has pulled out of Saturday’s 12 p.m. ET airing of Penn State against Nebraska. advertisements will not appear during next week’s Penn State versus Ohio State game, as well. According to spokesman Ron Hall, the company will drop its advertisements in light of negative associations with the University. will continue to advertise during other ESPN College Football games.
Jessica Grabert 2011-11-11
ESPN Severs Ties With Hank Williams Jr. Over Obama/Hitler Remark image
ESPN is apparently not over the comments Hank Williams Jr. made comparing President Obama to Adolf Hitler, and based on this news, they don’t plan to be anytime soon. Word is, the sports network, which is owned by ABC, has decided to part ways with the singer following his remarks, which did not go over well at all.
Kelly West 2011-10-06
Hank Williams Pulled From Monday Night Football For Obama/Hitler Analogy image
After making a comment on Fox News (where else?) in which he compared President Obama’s recent meeting with John Boehner, Republican House Speaker, to a hypothetical meeting between a certain famous Nazi dictator and an Israeli leader, Hank Williams Jr. has been dropped by ESPN. Well, for one night anyway.
Leslie Kasperowicz 2011-10-03
Former Scrubs EP Bill Callahan To Head Sports Comedy For ABC And ESPN image
Despite ESPN's own forays into scripted television not having gone so well, the sports cable network is still determined to churn out original content. This time, however, they're looking to provide that content for somebody else. ESPN's production unit has sold a new scripted series to ABC. Former Scrubs exec producer Bill Callahan will write and exec produce the show, which will follow four Boston-area friends who regularly gather to watch all their favorite teams play. No word yet on a title or when the show might see air.
David Wharton 2011-09-30
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