Tags » Jemele Hill

John Skipper: Ratings Measurement and Live Sports Ad Deliveries Are "Anachronistic"

John Skipper was interviewed by Jemele Hill at the Web Summit in Lisbon on Tuesday, and as much fun as it would’ve been if they broke down their exits from ESPN from the last year and got super candid about it, the talk essentially focused on the global streaming entity DAZN that Skipper is trying to build. 644 more words

Media Gossip/Musings

Jemele Hill Tells Nothing But The Truth About Being Labeled Black and Political In First Interview Since Leaving ESPN

Jemele Hill and Michael Smith made history at ESPN by being the first all-Black anchor team on “SportsCenter” in February 2017. They both have left ESPN and now Hill has sat down for her first interview since the departure—and she drops some truths about how they were treated at the network. 328 more words


Jemele Hill On Leaving ESPN: "We Had A Very Amicable Parting"

It’s been a year since the controversial tweet, made by award-winning journalist and sports anchor Jemele Hill, brought heat to the sports broadcasting world when President Trump and she went toe-to-toe on the topic of the NFL Player’s boycotting the national anthem. 264 more words

Sports And Entertainment

Jemele Hill Lands A New Gig

Former ESPN host and columnist Jemele Hill is joining The Atlantic as a staff writer covering “the intersection of sports, race, politics, gender, and culture,” the magazine’s editor-in-chief, Jeffrey Goldberg,  446 more words

App Feed

Jemele Hill's New Gig Is As A 'Roman Candle' Writer For The Atlantic

Jemele Hill announced she would leave ESPN after a tumultuous final 18 months with the company where she grew from writer to host of her own SportsCenter show. 466 more words

Home Page

ESPN Who? Jemele Hill Lands Another New Gig, Takes Her Talents To The Atlantic

To say that Jemele Hill, the journalist who was both vilified and celebrated as an anchor at ESPN before leaving the sports network following a feud with the president, has landed on her feet would be a grave understatement. 301 more words


Former ESPN personality Jemele Hill to join 'The Atlantic'

Jemele Hill’s next stop? The Atlantic.

The ex-ESPN personality will join the magazine to cover the intersection of sports, race, politics, gender, and culture according to an announcement from Jeffrey Goldberg, the magazine’s editor-in-chief. 191 more words