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Now that HBO has rebounded the talents of Bill Simmons from ESPN after his 14 years there, people have been wondering about how he’d fit into the network’s sports coverage. We now know what the first of his plans are for the premium cable service.
As everyone is probably aware, primetime NFL football is always a ratings monster, no matter what time of year it is or who is playing. And what's a great way to make those ratings higher? Premiering a new Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer, duh.
ESPN got poignant recently when SportsCenter’s Scott Van Pelt took a shot at entertainment media for choosing to refer to Lamar Odom as a reality TV star over a sports champion. Check it out.
You can take the rant out of Bill Simmons, but…well, there is no but, really, because Bill Simmons is going to give you his rants whether you asked for them or not. He recently went off on ESPN for how they handle coverage on the NFL and its many scandals.
If you follow Major League Baseball you know who Curt Schilling is. If you follow celebrities who do and say stupid things in public you probably also know who Curt Schilling is. The outspoken former pitcher has now been suspended from his on-air job at ESPN after he published a tweet that he really should not have.
There isn’t a great way for most cable cutters to view live sports. But that all could be changing soon. Disney President Bob Iger, the head of ESPN’s parent company, recently said that ESPN could eventually be sold without the burden of a heavy cable bundle.
When you’re one of the more studied and engaging standouts in your field, the amount of time that passes in between jobs usually isn’t going to be markedly pronounced. So it goes with sports and pop culture voice Bill Simmons, who will head to the ribald world of HBO for a huge exclusive deal
The assembly line of sports analysts over at ESPN continues to grow smaller, as another big name from the company is being shown the door. Fans of Colin Cowherd will no longer be able to see or hear him on anything from ESPN at some point relatively soon,
The years of cable and satellite’s domination over TV-viewing consumers is slowly getting balanced by a host of new plans that allow customers to choose the channels they want to subscribe to. According to a new survey, these are the top 20 channels people need.
It’s been a little over a week since Bill Simmons was basically let go by ESPN. Network president John Skipper made public his decision not to re-sign Simmons to another contract when his current deal is up in September.
We’ve culled together several lifetime’s worth of TV viewing, put all the data into a giant 1980s computer, and out popped a list of the 10 greatest cable channels of these modern times.
While some TV fans might be grateful for all of the different ways in which programming is available in this modern age, it turns out networks don’t always share that level of exuberance. Particularly when it comes to Verizon's FiOS Custom TV plan.
Most of the time when we are not behaving like sane humans, we are not caught on tape in the act. Unfortunately for ESPN reporter Britt McHenry, after recently getting her car towed, a video has leaked featuring the reporter saying terrible things to a tow truck company worker.
Keith Olbermann is one of the most outspoken people on television, rarely pulling punches in either the sports or political worlds. So it should come as no surprise that his most recent case of vitriol-spewing has landed him in temporary hot water with ESPN.
Katy Perry’s famed halftime show sharks have been all over the news since the Super Bowl aired more than a week ago. It’s no surprise that sports network ESPN would want to get in on a little Left Shark action, and today ESPN released a funny new SportsCenter promo totally related to Left Shark and his dancing shenanigans