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ESPN suspended Linda Cohn for saying ESPN was talking too much politics.

Didn't suspend Jemele Hill for saying Trump was a racist.

ESPN president John Skipper Told Cohn not to come to work and to think about what she said.


Last night Outkick broke the news that Linda Cohn, one of the most respected women to ever work at ESPN and the person who has hosted more SportsCenters over the past 25 years than any other current employee, was called and told by ESPN president John Skipper not to come to work after she went on the radio in New York City this past April and said as follows:

“They definitely overpaid for many of these products, whether it’s the NBA or starting up networks like the Pac-12 Network and SEC Network,” she said on WABC’s “Bernie and Sid Show.” “It’s well documented … They [also] did not see that they would lose all these subscribers [to competitors like Netflix.]

But it was more than just that. Politics played a part, as did the network’s move away from strictly covering sports.

I felt that the old school viewers were put in a corner and not appreciated with all these other changes. And they forgot their core. You can never forget your core and be grateful for your core group.”

As comments go, virtually no one could disagree with any of what she said. ESPN did overpay for the NBA and other sports rights, it’s why they are firing hundreds of employees. And ESPN’s ratings have definitely plummeted over the past couple of years at the same time that they have lost over 13 million cable subscribers. Studies have clearly shown that conservatives have felt alienated by ESPN’s leftward turn and have abandoned the network in droves as well.

Everything that Cohn said was supported by ample data.

But her opinion still wasn’t acceptable to ESPN’s bosses, who have been arguing, and losing the public battle, that ESPN hasn’t adopted a left wing mantra.

According to multiple sources inside ESPN — Cohn declined comment when reached by Outkick — ESPN president John Skipper called Cohn and screamed at her for having the gall to share her opinion in public and told her to stay at home instead of coming to work that weekend. Why was Cohn to stay at home? So, according to an irate John Skipper, she could have time to think about what she had said.

When Outkick reached out to ESPN seeking comment on the Cohn story, ESPN’s PR staff refused to explain anything about the decision, responding via email: “The last time we responded with an explanation, you called us liars.”

Word of Linda Cohn’s suspension raced through ESPN’s corridors with many employees furious over Skipper’s treatment of the longtime legend at the network. Especially when so many at ESPN disagreed with the direction of the network in general and felt compelled to keep their mouths shut lest they also say something that angered their bosses.

Time after time and employee after employee has reached out to Outkick to express total befuddlement with John Skipper’s incompetence.

“The guy running our company,” said one prominent employee who requested anonymity, “is not good at his job. When is he going to fire himself instead of firing everyone else?”

But most inside ESPN kept the Cohn story quiet until yesterday, when Jemele Hill received no punishment for Tweeting Donald Trump was a “white supremacist,” that Trump was only elected president because he was white and had the support of racists and that Trump’s administration — the cabinet of which features a black man, an Indian woman, an Asian woman, and multiple Jewish people — was “largely…white supremacists.”

At that point the floodgates broke and employee after employee reached out to Outkick to share the Cohn story and other comments. (Outkick granted them anonymity because they all feared being fired if they used their names. Plus, these are the same sources that have consistently been correct about ESPN’s firings, the Robert Lee debacle and now the Linda Cohn suspension.)

Said another, different ESPN personality, “If Jemele can say that and Linda can’t say what she said, what kind of standard actually exists here? There isn’t one. There’s clearly a double standard. If you say things the company agrees with, you don’t get punished. If you say things the company disagrees with, you do get punished. Maybe even fired.”

Another prominent employee who also requested anonymity stated, “If I’d said Obama got elected because he was black is there any way I’d still be employed here? No chance. But Jemele can say Trump got elected because of white racists and no one does anything? They protect the people they agree with politically. They give them better jobs, more money, everyone can see it.”

Another employee recently contacted Outkick and said, “I pretend I’m a Democrat so I can keep my job here. And there are others just like me. We’re like a secret society inside ESPN.”

For many the combination of the Cohn suspension and the Jemele Hill non-punishment was a breaking point.

“I’m tired,” said yet another employee, “of pretending this company is not full of shit.”
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Old 09-13-2017, 02:07 PM
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So ESPN reassigns a commentator for the Virginia Tech/West Virginia game with the name Robert Lee to avoid any potential problems associated with the incident in Charlottesville.

Yet a person spues the same type of hatred that was shown in Charlottesville and all ESPN does is apologize?

If I was anyone at ESPN, I would question what that company actually stands for?
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Old 09-13-2017, 02:18 PM
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I know I wanted to watch highlights the other day and Neil Everett was dressed like an aging hipster interviewing Jared Leto. Kill me. I hate this channel.

Give me Dan Patrick, John Saunders RIP, Steve Levy, and just show highlights and gimmie some stats as well for fucks sake. Get rid of all these females skanks. If I want to see women it is not going to be on ESPN. And if I hear SVP say "I see you dog" one more time Im gonna throw up
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White House Press Secretary: ESPN Should Fire Jemele Hill Over Anti-Trump Comments


Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House press secretary,was holding a news conference on Wednesday when a reporter asked if Trump was aware of Hill's comments.

Sanders replied, "I'm not sure he's aware but I think that's one of the more outrageous comments that anyone could make and certainly something that I think is a fireable offense by ESPN."
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“She didn’t get fired [because] disney and ESPN are fine w/liberal racism vs conservative logic. Only naysayers to that are liars,” chimed in Curt Schilling, himself fired following an apparent intense passion for sharing conservative memes, the meme-that-broke-the-camel’s-back containing an anti-transgender rights message.

The lines have been drawn at the Worldwide Leader, which is trying to tread that uncertain political line. As more cords are cut and ratings drop, a common narrative has had it that an alleged left-wing bias has contributed to ESPN’s decline. ESPN has commissioned studies to try to eradicate this account, and a few recent hires (Will Cain, a reunion with Hank Williams Jr.) may have reflected an attempt at a correction.
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Old 09-13-2017, 04:48 PM
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White House Press Secretary: ESPN Should Fire Jemele Hill Over Anti-Trump Comments


Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House press secretary,was holding a news conference on Wednesday when a reporter asked if Trump was aware of Hill's comments.

Sanders replied, "I'm not sure he's aware but I think that's one of the more outrageous comments that anyone could make and certainly something that I think is a fireable offense by ESPN."
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Old 09-13-2017, 04:54 PM
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It's strange. I follow a few TSN reporters & hosts on twitter and they all have this in their profile: "My views/opinions DO NOT reflect views of BELL MEDIA."

I find it weird that ESPN/Disney doesn't require something like this on their employees' accounts.
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I called ESPN to bitch about this and asked if there is anyway I could just cancel ESPN from my Direct TV service. The chick then transferred me to a supervisor and I told him I had major issues. He agreed with me and said I wasn't the first person to call in and say that.

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The only thing I will miss would be the NFL games but if they keep sitting, kneeling and raising fists, I won't be missing that either.

BTW, I love Trump and not a racist!!
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Old 09-13-2017, 05:13 PM
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Speaking of females.....35 replies? Over this

Someone cares way too much

Yes she is a lame.

Whats for dinner?
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Old 09-13-2017, 05:17 PM
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White House Press Secretary: ESPN Should Fire Jemele Hill Over Anti-Trump Comments


Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House press secretary,was holding a news conference on Wednesday when a reporter asked if Trump was aware of Hill's comments.

Sanders replied, "I'm not sure he's aware but I think that's one of the more outrageous comments that anyone could make and certainly something that I think is a fireable offense by ESPN."
I was watching this and I couldn't believe it was brought up. I did love her answer though.
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Old 09-13-2017, 06:44 PM
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I'm no Trump fan by any means, HATE the man personally, but she should be suspended
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Speaking of females.....35 replies? Over this

Someone cares way too much

Yes she is a lame.

Whats for dinner?

A lot of people care about this ongoing situation and I'm sure there will be more than 35-40 replies.

Pretty easy concept to ignore a thread you have no interest in.
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How many word you type in here? 4,000?

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Jemele Hill Controversy Magnifies Troubles at ESPN


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UPDATED: Hours after the White House called for her to be fired Wednesday, Jemele Hill was in her regular seat on the 6 p.m. ET edition of ESPN’s “SportsCenter.” She made no reference to the controversy that a day earlier had compelled her own network to publicly censure her. She and co-host Michael Smith led off the show with a report on the Cleveland Indians’ 21-game winning streak.

That Hill was on the air with Smith as usual was an indicator of the line that ESPN is attempting to walk after the host took to Twitter Monday to call President Donald Trump “a white supremacist who has largely surrounded himself w/ other white supremacists.” Right-leaning critics have become increasingly outspoken about a perceived liberal bias at the cable channel at the same time that ESPN faces significant declines in ratings and subscriber numbers. Those losses have far more to do with shifts in television viewing habits than with ESPN employees’ Twitter accounts. But the channel’s handling of the Hill controversy indicates that it is wary of alienating viewers anywhere on the cultural spectrum as it attempts to evolve.

“They’re nervous,” says Windy Dees, a sports-administration professor at the University of Miami. “They have to be. They’re hemorrhaging viewers left and right.”

From 2015 to 2017, ESPN has seen its number of subscribers fall 7.4% to fewer than 88 million. Its ratings have faced an even steeper decline, with average total viewers falling 19.2% from 2014 to 2016. Wall Street has noticed. After Disney CEO Bob Iger acknowledged this week that affiliate deals covering more than half of ESPN’s subscriber base are set to expire in 2019, analyst Michael Nathanson wrote, “We are concerned about the poor ratings trends at ESPN and ABC,” the company’s broadcast network. John Janedis of Jefferies similarly wrote, “weak ratings at ABC and ESPN’s non-live-sports programming continue to weigh on [advertising].”

Hill and Smith haven’t helped reverse those weak ratings. In February, the hosts of ESPN2’s “His and Hers” migrated to the core channel, taking over the 6 p.m. “SportsCenter” broadcast and reinventing it as a hybrid news-debate show in which the hosts argue sports opinions and the occasional non-sports opinion. Sports Media Watch reported in March that viewership three months after the launch of “SC6” — as the 6 p.m. show was rebranded — was down 4%.

“They are in a state of decline,” Dees says of ESPN. “So any situation that happens in the future, whether it’s the Jemele Hill situation or something else, is going to have its impact magnified.”

Hill and Smith have not provided ESPN the same ratings boost that colleague Scott Van Pelt has since being installed in the 12 a.m. ET “SportsCenter” last year, but they have seen their profiles increase dramatically. They have become frequent targets on social media and in the conservative press of complaints (often on Twitter employing vulgar or offensive language) that ESPN has allowed a left-leaning social and political stance to creep into its programming. Being interviewed in April on WABC New York — shortly after ESPN initiated a round of job cuts that affected more than 100 employees — veteran “SportsCenter” anchor Linda Cohn was asked if the injection of non-sports issues into ESPN’s coverage had negatively affected ratings.

“That is definitely a percentage of it,” she said. “I don’t know how big a percentage. But if anyone wants to ignore that fact, they’re blind.”

But in an era in which the President of the United States equates Nazis with the counter-protestors opposing Nazis, and in which athletes from Colin Kaepernick to LeBron James have brought protests of violence against African-Americans into the playing arena, ignoring politics and social issues may not be a reasonable expectation for ESPN or any other sports broadcaster.

“ESPN has been criticized since long before [the Hill incident] for being too political as a sports network,” says Dees. “Sports and politics are always going to intertwine. You’re not going to dissect politics from sports. Sports have been a part of politics since the creation of the Olympics.”

ESPN on Tuesday issued a statement distancing itself from Hill’s tweets and saying that the anchor “recognized that her actions were inappropriate.” But the Trump tweets remain undeleted on Hill’s feed. There is no indication that she faced any discipline from ESPN besides the statement.

An ESPN spokesperson declined to comment on what if any disciplinary action the network had taken. Hill, through a representative, also declined to comment. On Wednesday night, after this story was initially published, Hill issued a statement on Twitter: “My comments on Twitter expressed my personal beliefs. My regret is that my comments and the public way I made them painted ESPN in an unfair light. My respect for the company and my colleagues remains unconditional.”

If ESPN was attempting to stake out a middle ground on the Hill controversy — one where it could avoid alienating viewers on either side — that is understandable, given its current troubles. But it does not appear to have managed that feat. On Tuesday night, in a Fox News segment devoted to the Hill controversy, Fox Sports’ Clay Travis told Tucker Carlson, “It means that nothing actually happened, because Hill is saying what the higher ups at ESPN believe. I think this goes all the way to the top.” Deadspin hours earlier had posted a report on the ESPN statement headlined, “ESPN Issues Craven Apology For Jemele Hill’s Accurate Descriptions Of Donald Trump.”
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Your worse then a sensitive liberal.

And your worse at predicting the future ... move on.


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SC6 pulled a 0.36 metered market rating last night, up more than 9% from the same day last week (0.33).

This is the reason she gets praised for being a racist ... it brings ratings (5-7 new people watched) to a failing, dog shit show.


0.36 rating LOL

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Report: ESPN tried to take Jemele Hill off the air after White House condemnation

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Viewers of ESPN’s 6 p.m. “SportsCenter” on Wednesday would not necessarily have known that anything extraordinary happened that day. Jemele Hill took her usual place alongside co-host Michael Smith, and the two kicked off the show with a discussion of the red-hot Cleveland Indians before offering their takes on other sports topics.

Hill, though, was in the midst of a very public furor over her criticism Monday of President Trump, which in turn had White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders telling reporters Wednesday that Hill’s comments constituted “a fireable offense.” The network, which had already distanced itself from Hill’s depiction of Trump as “a white supremacist,” has not fired Hill, but a report claimed that ESPN did try to take Hill off the air Wednesday.

According to ThinkProgress, which Thursday cited “two sources familiar with the situation,” the sports network “reached out to two other black ESPN hosts,” Michael Eaves and Elle Duncan, to take Hill’s place that evening. They declined, and Smith reportedly also refused to do the show without Hill.

Confronted with a situation in which it might have to replace both Hill and Smith with white hosts, ESPN asked her to join him on the air, per ThinkProgress. The pair also hosted Thursday’s 6 p.m. “SportsCenter.”

In an email to The Post, a spokesman for ESPN denied the ThinkProgress report Thursday, saying, “We never asked any other anchors to do last night’s show. Period.”

The spokesman did not offer additional comment but pointed to a statement from ESPN earlier in the day that said, “Jemele has a right to her personal opinions, but not to publicly share them on a platform that implies that she was in any way speaking on behalf of ESPN. She has acknowledged that her tweets crossed that line and has apologized for doing so. We accept her apology.”

On Wednesday evening, several hours after her “SportsCenter” appearance, Hill posted a message on Twitter to, as she put it, “address the elephant in the room.” She said, “My comments on Twitter expressed my personal beliefs. My regret is that my comments and the public way I made them painted ESPN in an unfair light. My respect for the company and my colleagues remains unconditional.”

Shortly before that tweet, Hill posted another one in which she shared a photo of herself with some ESPN colleagues, including Eaves. She expressed happiness that her “brothers” from the National Association of Black Journalists “came to check” on her.

“Yesterday was a hard and unusual day, with a number of people interpreting the day without a full picture that happened,” Rob King, a “SportsCenter” executive, said to ThinkProgress on Thursday. “In the end, ultimately, Michael and Jemele appearing on the show last night and doing the show the way they did is the outcome we always desired.”

Saying, “I love Jemele and consider her a friend, and she has many here,” veteran ESPN anchor Bob Ley told Sports Illustrated, “I’m well aware a number of folks will agree with the substance of her comments while others will reject them just as readily. You can love the sinner and hate the sin. It clearly was not a proper use of a company-provided megaphone. There are important responsibilities that come with the many perks, and chief among those these days is realizing your words carry the weight of your platform. You speak for more than yourself.”

The firestorm involving Hill began Monday evening, when she tweeted that the musician Kid Rock, who has been mulling a run for the U.S. Senate, “pandered to racists” by using the Confederate flag. That led to a discussion with other Twitter users in which she said, “Donald Trump is a white supremacist who has largely surrounded himself w/ other white supremacists.”

“I’m not sure he’s aware,” Huckabee Sanders said Wednesday of Trump, “but I think that’s one of the more outrageous comments that anyone could make and certainly something that I think is a fireable offense by ESPN.”
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I have eliminated most ESPN programming.. to political for me.. Just live events and SVP
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ESPN has suspended Jemele Hill, over tweets saying fans could affect Cowboys owner Jerry Jones by boycotting the team and its corporate sponsors.


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Dumb cunt didn't even know Cowboys and ESPN share a lot of the same sponsers....six that bitch
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The dumb bitch just can't keep her mouth shut.
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She's a racist and everyone (including ESPN) knows it....I hope they don't fire her because it is hurting ESPN and will continue to do so. Karma is a bitch...
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