ESPN announced its latest round of layoffs on Wednesday morning — 100 employees are expected to lose their jobs, including dozens of on-air personalities and writers whom sports fans may recognize. This comes amidst a dwindling subscriber base that has seen ESPN lose 12 million subscribers in just the six years.
“Worth should outshine color.” According to Business Insider, “that simple phrase is the basis for Nike’s new campaign that speaks up for equality. The Equality campaign encourages people to take the fairness and respect they see on the court, pitch, playing field and other sporting venues to translate them off the field.”
ESPN, the sports network that’s hemorrhaging viewers and purging much of its on-air talent, on Tuesday published a poetry tribute to a woman who was convicted of killing a police officer
1. Judge Blocks Trump Effort to Withhold Money From Sanctuary Cities A federal judge temporarily blocked a key portion of an immigration-related executive order Donald Trump signed in January that would allow the federal government to withhold funding from sanctuary cities. – READ MORE 2. Chaffetz Says Michael Flynn May Have Broken The Law In Foreign Money […]
The sports network’s layoffs have reportedly been coming for weeks, but the number of on-air anchors, radio hosts and writers being laid off is larger than originally expected. The network plans to notify all those being laid off today, if possible.
This week’s edition of Time Magazine named former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick to its list of the 100 Most Influential People. The list breaks down the chosen 100 into five categories: Pioneers, Artists, Leaders, Titans, and Icons. Kaepernick appears in the Icons group. – READ MORE
On the day before the champion New England Patriots visited the White House to celebrate their winning Super Bowl game, Politico published a hit piece smearing the team as representatives of the racist, white nationalist “alt-right” movement. For Politico, author Ben Strauss began his April 18 piece engaging in a bit of guilt by association, […]
1. Patriots call out ‘New York Times’ for White House photo tweet: ‘Lacks context’ Super Bowl champion New England Patriots blasted The New York Times for spreading fake news about the number of Patriots’ players who attended their White House ceremony. The Patriots went to the White House Wednesday to meet with President Donald Trump, as […]
Super Bowl champion New England Patriots blasted The New York Times for spreading fake news about the number of Patriots’ players who attended their White House ceremony. The Patriots went to the White House Wednesday to meet with President Donald Trump, as all world championship teams do. This time, however, the media focused a lot of […]
Rob Gronkowski surprised Sean Spicer when he crashed the White House press briefing Wednesday. The New England Patriots tight end, who is visiting with the rest of the NFL team for a congratulatory visit, interrupted Donald Trump’s press secretary right when he was in the middle of answering a question to ask if he needed […]