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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...
A week after appearing on ESPN to discuss her concussion documentary, Rebecca Carpenter accused them of not doing investigative concussion reporting.
This will definitely not be your father’s SportsCenter.
The former SportsCenter anchor opened up about his former employer.
Can the Mountain West do without its current TV revenue if it means less late-night football games?
Van Pelt's show is up year-over-year, and also up from the old midnight SportsCenter (excepting post-Monday Night Football shows).
We can finally stop calling it "Mike Greenberg's morning show"!
Is the next evolution of SportsCenter upon us?
Coachman has exited ESPN, is doing a daily Periscope show, and says there's more in the works.
While ESPN subscribers again fell, Iger has high hopes for the company's future, especially with their forthcoming OTT service.
Layoffs are expected to hit both front-facing and behind-the-scenes talent, and to hit SportsCenter particularly hard.
When asked to make an appearance, ESPN "declined on his behalf."