It’s been another busy week in sports media. We’re here to recap the biggest news and events that took place and share some of our best work from the week that was. Without further adieu:

FS1 is advertising on NYC subways by calling the Knicks “Hopeless” – Oct. 3rd. 

Jim Dolan calls Rupert Murdoch about FS1’s Knicks-bashing subway ads, causes “shitstorm” – Oct. 3rd

Fox released a series of subway ads bashing the Knicks, which made the NBA team’s owner very mad. Fox pulled the ad and apologized.

Charissa Thompson claims she had ‘conversations’ about joining Mike Greenberg’s ESPN morning show – Oct. 3rd.

Charissa Thompson joined the Dan Patrick Show, where she admitted she had conversations about joining Mike Greenberg’s ESPN morning show. Michelle Beadle and Jalen Rose eventually landed the gig.

Katie Nolan hired by ESPN, will have “prominent digital presence” [updated] – Oct. 4th

The worst kept secret has finally been announced: Katie Nolan is joining ESPN, where she’ll have a “prominent digital presence,” and appear across ESPN studio programming.

Deal imminent for Barstool Sports’ Pardon My Take to become weekly show on ESPN2 – Oct 4th,

ESPN is developing a new show featuring Barstool Sports’ Pardon My Take crew. It will debut on ESPN2, possibly as early as next week.

 

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  • bibliomaine

    Yeah, right, Katie Nolan will have a “prominent digital presence.” Just like the “make so much a week working from home” scammers.

    • CreightonRabs

      You win the internet, sir… Well played.

  • sportsfan365

    The more “digital presence” you have the less substance you have.

  • CreightonRabs

    Katie Nolan’s nightmare may be over, but ESPN’s latest nightmare is just beginning.