Tag Archives: Media

5 Ridiculous Things the Media Blamed Video Games For

Video games have been around for 40 years now—meaning it doesn't make sense why the media continues to treat them like a new and scary

5 Old News Stories the Media Pretended Were New This Year

Miley going "bad?" That shit's as old as Britney, Christina, Madonna, and Janet Jackson. Pop star handbook, kids.

Gents, We Have the Worst Sports Column of 2013

John Wall doesn't deserve a max contract because he got tattoos paying tribute to his mother and the Raleigh "skyline." Right, guys?

Hey, Rupert Murdoch: This Is About As Good as You’re Going to Get

News Corp. CEO Rupert Murdoch is 82 years old. His face has slowly deteriorated into the shape, form, and texture of an old, trusty nutsack.

‘South Park’ Co-Creators Are Founding Their Own $300 Million Production Company, Which Is Awesome

Really great news out of the New York Times today for anyone who likes comedy and is dissatisfied with the slate of options major studios

Ray Lewis Has a Job Waiting for Him at ESPN

Well, that didn't take long.

Santonio Holmes Begs Media to be Nice to New York Jets

Santonio Holmes is a team-first player, not one to ever cause any disturbances for the New York Jets, so it makes perfect sense he’s calling

Jim Leyland Has Had it Up to Here With Terrible Umpires

The Detroit Tigers got absolutely boned on a call in their 7-4 loss to the Boston Red Sox yesterday and manager Jim Leyland was not

WFAN Sports Czar Mike Francesa Says Tweeting Should Be Illegal

WFAN’s Mike Francesa has made his share of odd comments. Such is the life of a sports-talk radio show host. But today, he went completely

Hockey Analysts Jeremy Roenick, Mike Milbury Almost Fought On-Air Last Night

Things got quite heated on NBC Sports Network last night. Mike Milbury and Jeremy Roenick almost came to blows while discussing Eric Nystrom’s

Fired ESPN Editor: ‘Chink in the Armor’ Headline Was Unintentional

Over the weekend, ESPN.com featured this unfortunate Jeremy Lin-related headline for 35 minutes. The network acted swiftly, firing the editor responsible for the mistake. Today,

Giants Are Super Bowl Champions, Reports Team’s Website

Well, this certainly takes some of the intrigue out of tomorrow night's game. Giants.com preemptively crowned a Super Bowl champion for a brief period this