This Will Be The Most Interesting Baseball Video You Watch Today

The grammar for how baseball is broadcast on television is not an obvious one, as the sport's irregularly-shaped field and rapidly-changing scenes of action makes it the most challenging to televise. Today we take for granted how baseball is supposed to "look," but the man responsible for crafting the game's broadcast… » 9/27/13 2:10pm 9/27/13 2:10pm

Why Did ESPN Cut 10 Minutes From A Podcast Of Keith Olbermann's Show?

Keith Olbermann made his much-anticipated return to ESPN this week, and if you've missed any episodes of his new show, audio podcasts can be found on the Worldwide Leader's website. But if you were to listen to the podcast from Wednesday's program, you'd notice that significant portions are missing. Those excised… » 8/30/13 2:54pm 8/30/13 2:54pm

Fox Sports 1 Launched With A Major Discrimination Lawsuit Problem

Fox Sports 1 (and 2) launched Saturday to the media world's rapt attention. It did so despite one major division of Fox Sports coming under fire in the courtroom, with multiple lawsuits alleging discrimination in the company's music department. » 8/19/13 4:35pm 8/19/13 4:35pm

NBC's The 'Lights [Sic]: Like SportsCenter, But With Sports

The morning after the London Olympics came to a close, NBC Sports Network ( Versus, Outdoor Life Network) premiered The 'Lights, described by the network as as "a catalyst for our new programming lineup" that "will quickly provide sports fans all of the scores and highlights they crave as they start their day." The… » 8/24/12 3:16pm 8/24/12 3:16pm

Charles Barkley, Emmy Award Winner

The Sports Emmys were last night in New York, and for a gathering of media people eager to congratulate themselves, nobody really seemed to care. (Just one person was livetweeting the results, the only realtime coverage of the event.) But one winner filtered out into the general consciousness: Charles Barkley won the… » 5/01/12 12:05pm 5/01/12 12:05pm