ESPN anchor Keith Olbermann will not anchor his show for the rest of the week after a series of tweets directed at Penn State students. Olbermann, who was most recently critical of Penn State on his ESPN show in January after Joe …
Ever-combative TV host Keith Olbermann has a new show. Again. The politically opinionated, mercurial broadcaster, notorious for fighting with bosses, is returning to his sports roots with a nightly talk show on ESPN2. The show, dubbed …
ESPN on Tuesday suspended Keith Olbermann from his daily television show for the remainder of the week in the wake of a series of harshly worded tweets aimed at the Penn State community Monday night. It began with a post on Twitter …
Almost two years after returning to the sports hub he called home in the 1990s, Keith Olbermann has again parted ways with ESPN. The news comes two months after ESPN bailed on contract talks with vet Bill Simmons and one week after …
Keith is a tremendous talent who has consistently done timely, entertaining and thought-provoking work since returning to ESPN,” the network said in its announcement. “While the show’s content was distinctive and extremely high quality, we ...
Keith Olbermann is an ESPN employee paid to share strong opinions on sports, but his tweets about the deadly accident that cost Kevin Ward Jr. his life Saturday night led to a combative series of tweets with NASCAR fans. Olbermann
Keith Olbermann will be leaving ESPN. According to a tweet by Jim Miller, co-author, with Tom Shales, of the bestseller “ESPN: These Guys Have All the Fun,” “The second @KeithOlbermann era at @espn has come to a close. There will …
Bridge-burning blowhard Keith Olbermann is at it again, upsetting his bosses at ESPN, who suspended him Tuesday over juvenile tweets he traded with students at Penn State University. What began with a student seeking recognition for a …
“We are aware of the exchange Keith Olbermann had on Twitter last night regarding Penn State,” ESPN says in a statement this morning. “It was completely inappropriate and does not reflect the views of ESPN. We have discussed it …