Keith Olbermann returns to the ESPN family as “Frontline” concussion-documentary controversy heats up. TV tweet of the day so far. TV Monday. TV Linkzilla Daily for 8/26/13 starts now. Keith Olbermann launches his new hour on …
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 television personality Keith Olbermann will be parting ways with the network later this month. Those Guys Have All The Fun co-author James Andrew Miller reported Wednesday that Olbermann's two-year contract, which expires July …
As it turns out, you can go home again. You can leave home again, too. Keith Olbermann and ESPN will part ways for a second time, according to the Hollywood Reporter. His two-year contract expires at the end of July, and it won’t be …
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 …
After all these years, Keith Olbermann is returning to anchor “SportsCenter.” It won’t be on a full-time basis. But ESPN announced Tuesday night that with his show “Olbermann” moving to 4 p.m. Chicago time on ESPN2 on Sept. 8, he …
Keith Olbermann will return to ESPN after a 16-year absence from the network to host a nightly one-hour talk show on ESPN2, the New York Times reports. The were reports last week that Olbermann was in talks with ESPN about a …
Acerbic ESPN host Keith Olbermann has been felled by a 55-year-old mother of two. In a feel-good story for the rational-minded, the venomous former MSNBC host has been suspended for the rest of the week by his current employer for …
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 …