Politics plays a role, but it’s smaller than it’s made out to be. Politics just easily becomes the scapegoat because ESPN is so boring when a game isn’t on.
The politicization of ESPN — and sports media generally — is both a symptom of larger problems and a problem in itself.
From poor financial decisions that are no longer paying off, to declining viewership, to an increased focus on left-wing politics, ESPN made its own mess.
This implies Trump is the first Internet troll candidate, campaigning for the lulz of getting everyone sputtering with outrage at the latest outburst that he maybe does and maybe doesn’t actually mean.
Emily Yahr, pop culture and entertainment reporter at the Washington Post, breaks down this season of reality and prime time television.
If Democrats actually believe all the things they’re constantly saying about ‘buying elections,’ then they should start trying to regulate the media.
‘Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives’ wraps our better angels up in ketchup and bacon, time-honored wisdom and tradition, and serves it all sizzling hot.
On Thursday night, the New York Times published a stunning admission from President Obama. By Friday morning, the entire passage was gone from the story.
HBO’s ‘Show Me a Hero’ miniseries explore the politics of race from some angles both stale and fresh.
I switched cable providers, and the new one inexplicably lacks Fox News. Although Fox isn’t perfect, I’m suffering.
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