ESPN will lay off more than 100 employees after Thanksgiving, further trimming the network’s workforce following previous rounds of layoffs, according to a new report.
Another round of layoffs is expected at ESPN, with production staff as well as on-air talent in danger of being let go.
The president of Barstool Sports, David “El Pres” Portnoy, held an emergency press conference on Monday after ESPN ended its partnership with the website after one episode of its new show “Barstool Van Talk.”
ESPN has ended its new partnership with Barstool Sports after the website’s first episode of its new show, “Barstool Van Talk.”
Fox Sports reporter Erin Andrews on Wednesday appeared on Sports Illustrated’s “Off the Board With Jimmy Traina” podcast, where she explained why she refuses to weigh in on political issues.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive lineman Gerald McCoy said Wednesday that he thinks there will “be an uproar” if NFL players are forced to stand for the national anthem.
ESPN employees gave former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton 270 times more in donations than her Republican opponent, President Donald Trump, during the 2016 election cycle.
An ESPN host on Monday compared Jerry Jones, owner of the Dallas Cowboys, to a slave owner for his response to national anthem protests in the NFL, just hours after ESPN suspended another network host for attacking Jones on social media and threatening to boycott his advertisers.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell sent a message to every team in the league Tuesday saying everyone should stand for the national anthem.
President Donald Trump on Tuesday morning slammed ESPN’s ratings following the announcement that network anchor Jemele Hill would be suspended for two weeks.