SportsCenter (1979– )
The cable network is launching a twice-daily version of SportsCenter that will stream exclusively on Snapchat. It debuts Monday at 5 p.m. Et with an episode hosted by Katie Nolan, the former Fox Sports host who joined Espn in October. Future episodes will be released each weekday at 5 a.m. and 5 p.m. and on weekends at 5 a.m.
In addition to Nolan, SportsCenter on Snapchat will have a rotating group of hosts who include SportsCenter host Elle Duncan, NBA commentator Cassidy Hubbarth, Espn Radio host Jason Fitz and comedian Cy Amundson.
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Van Pelt, who hosts the midnight edition of SportsCenter and also is integral to the network’s golf coverage, is among Espn's best-known personalities. He also has managed to remain controversy-free at a time when the social media minefield continues to ensnare many of his colleagues.
His show is routinely the top-rated program among young men in its time slot. For the year, Van Pelt's SportsCenter is averaging 181,000 male viewers age 18-34, followed by NBC's The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (99,000) and CBS' The Late Show With Stephen Colbert (80,000), which...
The violation stems from a series of tweets Hill sent on Sunday advocating a boycott of the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys after owner Jerry Jones said he wouldn’t tolerate his team’s players not standing for the national anthem:
Don't ask Dak, Dez & other Cowboys players to protest. A more powerful statement is if you stop watching and buying their merchandise.
— Jemele Hill (@jemelehill) October 9, 2017
Or, how about not patronizing the advertisers who support the Cowboys?
In an essay she wrote for The Undefeated, published Wednesday, the SportsCenter anchor said she let her bosses and colleagues down, and for that she felt awful.
"Twitter wasn’t the place to vent my frustrations because, fair or not, people can't or won't separate who I am on Twitter from the person who co-hosts the 6 p.m. SportsCenter," Hill wrote. "Twitter also isn’t a great place to have nuanced, complicated discussions, especially when it involves...
The former boxing champion, 40, shared a series of videos on Instagram on Wednesday, showing off his Beverly Hills home, which includes a massive 50-seat home theater.
The boxer has certainly settled in, with a giant snack bar installed outside his theater and stack with everything anyone could need while watching a film or in Mayweather’s case, Sportscenter.
“Grabbing a few snacks before watching Sportscenter in my Beverly Hills Palace movie theatre, that comfortably seats 50 people,” he wrote in the caption of a video he posted Wednesday.
Public facers are not supposed to represent themselves online in any way that contradicts or undercuts how they present themselves on air. Their social media presence must be a seamless extension of their on-camera presence. In the case of SportsCenter co-anchor Jemele Hill, if the producers at SC6 decide that it is taboo for her teleprompter to spell out the words “white supremacist,” as she did Sept. 11 when referring to Donald Trump, then the same rule applies for her tweetdeck.
These rules are the norm...
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