Attorneys for former Syracuse assistant basketball coach Bernie Fine say he’s dropping his defamation lawsuit against ESPN.
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ESPN’s decision to shut down its 3-D channel by the end of the year is the latest sign the format won’t revolutionize entertainment as the industry once hoped.
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ESPN is cutting its workforce, the latest Disney division to reduce staff. “We are implementing changes across the company to enhance our continued growth while smartly managing costs,” the sports media giant said in a statement Tuesday.
Suddenly wives of the world have never been more interested in watching sports. Jon Hamm announced that he will be hosting the 2013 ESPY Awards, during an appearance on Wednesday’s “LIVE with Kelly and Michael.”
Keith Olbermann has burned a lot of bridges, but seems eager to build one back to ESPN. The anchor, who is suing his most recent employer, Current TV, has made several overtures to the sports network he left in 1997, the New York Times reports.
The beauty pageant queen who shot to social media stardom during the BCS championship will be back in front of the cameras ahead of the NFL’s title game.
Erin Andrews is leaving ESPN after eight years, amid reports that she is being “aggressively” courted by Fox Sports.
ESPN Films has announced the return of its “30 for 30″ sports documentary series, with a second season that will be accompanied by the launch of a series of 30 short films that will debut at sportswriting website Grantland.com.
There are rumors that Erin Andrews’ time is up at ESPN. It must be contract negotiation time! Andrews, the co-host of ESPN’s “College GameDay” and a contributor for ABC’s “Good Morning America,” just finished her final assignment under her current deal with the network.