Alec Baldwin and MSNBC have agreed to part ways on his short-lived interview show “Up Late” following a controversy that erupted over the actor’s use of an anti-gay slur in an encounter with a…
Larry King will guest host ESPN2‘s late-night show “Olbermann” from Oct. 1 to 3, live from the studio’s New York City location. He will also make a guest appearance on the program this Friday. The…
While Fox Sports 1 has been mounting a national alternative — including a talkshow that should even make Regis Philbin blush — ESPN has been gradually adding to its arsenal, signing former…
A day after the first rehearsal for his new ESPN2 latenight program “Olbermann,” Keith Olbermann reiterated that lessons learned from his tumultuous past would help keep him ruddered on his new…
Statistician Nate Silver is heading from The New York Times to ESPN, and will take his FiveThirtyEight franchise with him. Silver, a number-cruncher who rose to fame by projecting the 2008 and 2012…
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.
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.
Keith Olbermann's zig-zagging path between pointed political commentary and the toy department of sports zips over to TBS this fall.
Everyone has in essence been turned (sometimes grudgingly) into their own marketing department, cementing a rapport with an audience designed to extend beyond transitory affiliations like network or…