ESPN President ResigningESPN President John Skipper says he is resigning to take care of a substance abuse problem.
Former On-Air Personality Says ESPN Was Hostile WorkplaceA former ESPN personality is accusing the network of trying to silence her and other women who assert they were subjected to a sexually hostile work environment.
ESPN Eliminating 150 Studio, Production Jobs In Latest CutsESPN says it is eliminating 150 studio and production employees as the sports broadcasting giant continues to shift its focus to a more digital future.
ESPN Suspends Anchor Who Called Trump a 'White Supremacist'"In the aftermath, all employees were reminded of how individual tweets may reflect negatively on ESPN and that such actions would have consequences. Hence this decision," an ESPN statement said.
ESPN's Annual Tip-Off Marathon Won't Happen This SeasonThere will be no 24-hour basketball marathon on ESPN to mark the start of the college season this year.
ESPN Acquires US Television Rights For Formula 1Formula One will return to its original U.S. television partner with a move next season to ESPN.
ESPN Radio Host Charged With Criminal TrespassESPN Radio host Ryen Russillo has been arrested on criminal trespass charges after entering a condo in Jackson, Wyoming.
Wife Of ESPN's Chris Berman Killed In Traffic CrashThe wife of ESPN sportscaster Chris Berman was one of two people killed in a traffic crash Tuesday in Woodbury.
Layoffs At Bristol-Based ESPN
Former Yank Teixeira Joining ESPNMark Teixeira will work as an ESPN analyst following his retirement as a player.
ESPN's Berman Modifying DutiesLongtime ESPN fixture Chris Berman is giving up his regular on-air NFL and baseball roles for a new job at the network.
Malloy Appoints Former MLB Player To Police Standards Panel

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