Tag Archives: Sports media
Friendships have been ruined over the "Erin Andrews or Charissa Thompson?" question. For now, at least, Charissa has the edge. Hello, legs.
5. Brett Favre, Tim Tebow, Jameis Winston
ESPN. Guys. You’re killing me here. Yes, the entire country’s interested in stories about Favre, Tebow, and Winston. But
Making its debut sometime in 2014 is this studio—ESPN's new, absolutely enormous, 10,000 square-foot home for SportsCenter. It cost around $25 million to build,
Here's something that might motivate you to do something. The man who brought you this pretty fantastic "sexy movie montage" has got himself
John Wall doesn't deserve a max contract because he got tattoos paying tribute to his mother and the Raleigh "skyline." Right, guys?
A producer spills a cup of urine, and we're left to wonder whether keeping urine on your desk is that great of an idea.
Want to know what two of sports media's most famous people think about each other?
Bob Costas called last night's Dodgers-Giants game for the MLB Network, and before things kicked off, Harold Reynolds asked Mr. You Should Feel These
The big news in Bristol this week was the Mothership's decision to suspend Bill Simmons from Twitter after he (correctly) called "First Take" out on
WOW. Sherman just comes out guns blazing here, huh? If he treated pretty much any other anchor like this, you'd be like, easy, dude. It's
During last week's stupefyingly boring national championship game, ESPN's cameras trained for Katherine Webb for a surprisingly long period of time. Every person watching
Rob Parker's contract hasn't been renewed with ESPN—which shouldn't be a huge surprise, but it's still nice to see the company make the right call.
Last week, Rob Parker lowered the discourse on ESPN's "First Take" from where it stood orginally—somewhere around the ocean floor—to the bottom of the Marianas
Remember that death stare Steve Young gave Rick Reilly at the end of Monday night's Steelers-Chiefs game? The one that came after Reilly was