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 …
Keith Olbermann and ESPN are giving it another try. The controversial sportscaster turned political pundit turned sportscaster again is heading back to the network that made him and his temper legendary for a new nightly show to …
Keith Olbermann will have a new hour-long show on ESPN2 starting August 26. "Apart from the opportunity to try to create a nightly hour of sports television that no fan can afford to miss, I’m overwhelmed by the chance to begin anew …
I’m talking about the exchange between Keith Olbermann and Penn Sate fans. Due to this interaction, ESPN says that he will not be hosting his show, Olbmermann, for the rest of the week. It’s rumored, however, that he will still be paid …
ESPN is taking anchor Keith Olbermann off the air because of the controversial responses he made on Twitter to Penn State University students. BRISTOL, Conn. – Keith Olbermann has been taken off his ESPN show for the rest of the …
ESPN's Keith Olbermann is in hot water after an emotional rant on social media that essentially demeaned Penn State students and that many took as a personal attack on THON -- the student-run charity which has raised millions of …
Radio and broadcasting tycoons such as Steve Balter (general manager of SiriusXM) and Keith Olbermann (sports commentator for ESPN, MSNBC and Current TV), …
Rrrrr. Look at those savage teeth. Listen to ESPN opiner/whiner Keith Olbermann invoke the gods of media self-righteousness in railing Thursday night against the Philadelphia Flyers for bringing back the Ice Girls. And as he …
Keith Olbermann was just fired from Current TV ... "I fired him. He's crazy." Olbermann, in "Those Guys Have All the Fun: Inside the World of ESPN": David Hill's take on the history of Fox Sports Net is hilarious. He was intimately …
A day after he engaged in multiple Twitter arguments and called Penn State students "pitiful," ESPN suspended Keith Olbermann for a week. The global sports network released a statement Tuesday announcing the news, saying …