ESPN ends standalone ‘Outside The Lines,’ reassigns some staff
Outside The Lines is ending its run as a standalone show, but expanding its segments on SportsCenter and elsewhere.
E60 ‘Qatar’s World Cup’ trailer has powerful interviews: ‘Nobody has freedom here! Nobody!’
"Here is no good for us. It's just by force we are here. ...Nobody has freedom here! Nobody! You can't be free here. Never."
E:60 to look at 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar in new episode on human rights abuses claims, bidding corruption, and more
Jeremy Schaap and E:60 have been doing impressive work on FIFA and Qatar for the last decade-plus, and they now have a new episode on the 2022 FIFA World Cup premiering Nov. 6.
In ‘The Survivor,’ ESPN’s E:60 keeps up with Shaul Ladany’s long and dangerous walk through history
A remarkable former Olympian is the subject of the latest E:60 feature.
ESPN, NHLN and NBCSN are celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Miracle On Ice, with new specials, “Miracle” showings, and more
Each of the three networks is showing a new special, and NHLN (six times) and ESPN (once) are also re-airing 2004's Miracle. And there's a lot more coverage on the way as well.
Jeremy Schaap and Outside The Lines are “being asked to anchor ESPN’s journalism”…primarily on Saturdays at 9 a.m. ET
Yes, Outside The Lines will still "anchor" ESPN's journalism, but that anchor got a lot smaller and less prominent with this change.
Jeremy Schaap talks 30 for 30 “42 to 1” and father/son dynamics, “Sophoclean conflict” at “the heart of the Buster Douglas story”
Schaap spoke to AA about how this came to be, what it was like working with E:60 colleagues on a longer documentary, and why he wanted to tell Douglas' story in greater depth.
Dan Patrick School of Sportscasting to feature talks from Bill Simmons, Jeremy Schaap, Jay Harris
This is a long-time goal for Patrick, who worked with Full Sail University to develop a program focused on practical sportscasting instruction and will be personally involved, along with other sports media personalities serving as guest instructors.
ESPN will televise O.J. Simpson’s parole hearing live on Thursday
Jeremy Schaap will reportedly host an Outside the Lines special.
Jeremy Schaap on ESPN issues being about politics: “I don’t think that’s true in any way”
Schaap and Bob Ley said they don't think politics are the key reason for ESPN's issues.
‘First Take’ was guest-hosted Thursday by… Bob Ley and Jeremy Schaap?
This was more than a bit jarring.
In advance of the new E:60, Bob Ley and Jeremy Schaap open up on storytelling, journalism, and ESPN layoffs
"You can never go wrong respecting the intelligence of your audience."