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Grantland Redux, At MTV
At least five ex-Grantlanders have been tapped to contribute to MTV News
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ESPN Is Wrong To Blame Grantland’s Death On Sean Fennessey Not Taking Job
The blood isn't on his hands.
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ESPN President John Skipper On His Decision To Shutter Grantland
Say what you will about ESPN president John Skipper, but the guy knows how to come clean. Ever since ESPN announced the immediate
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Bill Simmons Regrets Calling Goodell 'A Liar' On ESPN Podcast
It helped set in motion the chain reaction that ended with Grantland's shuttering last week.
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Why Grantland Mattered To Journalism
ESPN shut down Grantland, its boutique sports and pop culture site, on Friday. That's not terribly surprising, given that
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ESPN Closing Grantland Is The Dumbest 'Smart' Business Decision
What it says about our society is troubling.
ESPN Is Shutting Down Grantland, 'Effective Immediately'
The news comes months after the departure of founder Bill Simmons.
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The Drama Continues At Grantland
As staffers exit the ESPN site, a clearer picture of life there before and after the departure of Bill Simmons is emerging
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Meltdown At Grantland
In the five short months since ESPN president John Skipper bounced Grantland founder and boss Bill Simmons out of ESPN, many
Four Leave ESPN's Grantland To Join Bill Simmons
On the third episode of Bill Simmons’s podcast, Simmons had former Grantland movie critic Wesley Morris on. They talked about
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ESPN Confirms It Straight Up Blindsided Bill Simmons
And It wasn't about the money.
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Michael Rapaport: Bill Simmons Is Still 'Pro-ESPN' After His Suspension
Dr. V and the Inescapable Closet
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It's a story that is a profound tragedy, with innocent and not-so-innocent victims, culturally reaching back to the '60s, and spotlighting an all-too-common profound ignorance still present in our society.
Dr. Vanderbilt: The Business of Outing and the Making of a Public Citizen
When someone is writing a piece outing another as transgender, and when someone who reviews that content sees it come across their desk, there are moral issues that must be considered, just as there would be when writing about any member of a population that faces discrimination.
Trans Sports Star: I Wanted To Kill Myself When ESPN Told My Story
How ESPN and Grantland Desperately Failed the Trans Community
No one was served by Grantland's article except themselves. Trans people were not helped by seeing yet another one of them portrayed as a demented lunatic trickster. Golfers were not served by learning the woman behind an effective tool in their sport was once a man.
ESPN's Bill Simmons Apologizes For Article
Popular Website Under Fire After Subject's Suicide
The Rise And Fall Of Theo Fleury
Everything You Need To Know About NBA Free Agency
The Remarkable Career Of Timmy
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The Connection Between '70s Knicks & 2013 Spurs
The Joy Of Tanking
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Overnight, Under the Covers, Schmoozing S-P-O-R-T-S
On July 1, 1987, WFAN, a 24-hour sports talk radio station, broadcasting out of a sub-basement in Queens, hit the air. It didn't come out of nowhere, exactly. The format had been evolving.
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