by Jessica Goldstein Jul 17, 2015
A disappointing non-apology from the man behind "Friday Night Lights."
by Kiley Kroh Jun 12, 2015 Updated: Jun 12, 2015
Women's sports have never been more popular -- everywhere except on television, that is.
by Jessica Goldstein Jan 6, 2015
Something, someday, will probably kill cable. This $20 package from Dish will not be that something.
by Travis Waldron Oct 8, 2014
None of ESPN's seven new 30 for 30 documentaries will feature women's sports topics, continuing an ongoing trend for the much-acclaimed series.
by Travis Waldron Oct 7, 2014
The NBA's new TV deal is a big win for the league and its owners -- but it extends the WNBA's current TV agreement too.
by Judd Legum Sep 24, 2014
Simmons comments differed in tone, but not in substance, from ESPN's own reporting
by Judd Legum Sep 23, 2014
The popular ESPN personality called the NFL commissioner "a liar" over the handling of the Ray Rice case.
by Travis Waldron Aug 27, 2014
After criticism from players and LGBT advocates, ESPN says the segment "failed to meet the standards we have set in reporting on LGBT-related topics in sports."
by Travis Waldron Aug 24, 2014
The day after one of its analysts says he'll avoid the name and Keith Olbermann calls on it to ban the word, ESPN tweaks its policy on "Redskins."
by Travis Waldron Jul 30, 2014
ESPN won't call it a suspension, but Stephen A. Smith is getting an extended break after warning women not to "provoke" domestic violence.