Keith Olbermann and ESPN president John Skipper said there was no contractual prohibition on politics with Olbermann's new latenight talkshow, but that it would come up only as it relates to sports.
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Olbermann and ESPN prexy John Skipper discuss the return of the anchor/host to the ESPN family.
Keith Olbermann's return to the ESPN family is official with the announcement that he will host "Olbermann," a five-nights a week latenight talker premiering Aug. 26 on ESPN2.
The combustible combination of Keith Olbermann and ESPN are set to join forces again with a latenight talkshow on ESPN2.
Evaluating a five-day-a-week program based on its premiere is a fool’s errand, especially when the show is designed to be topical. Still, it’s worth noting how well a production team puts its best…
Keith Olbermann is out at Current TV after little over a year with the network.
John McCain’s appearance delivered another big number for "Saturday Night Live." He wasn’t quite as much of a draw as Sarah Palin two weeks ago, but still big — a 9.0 household rating/20 share in…
John Cleese paid a visit to MSNBC’s "Countdown with Keith Olbermann" on Friday. He had an appropriately wicked bit of verse to share, an ode to Bill O’Reilly. This one isn’t quite as side-splittingly…
This really made me laugh. It’s "I’ve come for an argument"/"How to walk silly"/"This parrot has ceased to be" funny. It’s a poem about a certain TV journo, penned by John Cleese and delivered with…
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