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  1. Ombudsman Don Ohlmeyer: ESPN must use caution with anonymous sour...

    Don Ohlmeyer

    When it comes to referencing anonymous sources, the ombudsman says ESPN must continuously balance real-life consequences against the public's need to know.

    Story | May 25, 2010
  2. Vick coverage shows ESPN at its best -- and less than best

    Le Anne Schreiber

    ESPN's avalanche of reporting, analysis and commentary about Michael Vick's legal issues showed the network operating at its best, at its less than best, and as usual.

    Story | September 07, 2007
  3. After 'Who's Now,' question for ESPN is 'What's Next?'

    Le Anne Schreiber

    No single topic has ever drawn the volume and intensity of unsolicited complaints to the Ombudsman's maibox than SportsCenter's recent "Who's Now" tournament.

    Story | August 07, 2007
  4. Too much shouting obscures the message

    Le Anne Schreiber

    What did the ombudsman gather from an intensive initial dose of ESPN watching? Lots and lots of high-volume opinions.

    Story | April 12, 2007
  5. ESPN's coverage of black coaches 'smart, creative'

    George Solomon

    Although some viewers didn't like the mix of sports and social issues, the Ombudsman says ESPN's coverage of race and the Super Bowl was smart and creative.

    Story | Conversation | February 06, 2007
  6. Stellar scoops, features offset by slights, biases

    George Solomon

    While ESPN featured many high points in 2006, the Ombudsman also noted numerous slights, biases and unpopular executive decisions.

    Story | Conversation | January 02, 2007
  7. Irvin's racial remarks about Romo crossed the line

    George Solomon

    Ombudsman George Solomon says Michael Irvin's apology over racial remarks about Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo was not sufficient.

    Story | Conversation | November 30, 2006