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  1. A look inside ESPN's ad-approval process

    Jason Fry

    How does ESPN assess advertisements for its networks? And why does it sometimes reject them? The answers sometimes depend not just on the ads themselves, but on where those ads send viewers and what they find there. That issue came up late last mo...

    Blog | April 16, 2012
  2. Ombudsman Don Ohlmeyer: ESPN adjusts to changing media landscape

    Don Ohlmeyer

    Societal standards have evolved or devolved, depending on your perspective, and the ombudsman writes that the nature of that conversation is often reflected and abetted by the media -- ESPN included.

    Story | October 21, 2010
  3. At ESPN, conflict of interest is business as usual

    Le Anne Schreiber

    ESPN pays rights fees to leagues. It also covers those games as a news organization. The two intersect in ways that have the ombudsman asking questions.

    Story | May 10, 2007
  4. Schreiber: Meet ESPN's new Ombudsman

    Le Anne Schreiber

    Ombudsman Le Anne Schreiber says the pressures to blur boundaries between news, gossip, rumor, entertainment, advertising and promotion operate at a fever pitch at ESPN.

    Story | April 05, 2007
  5. Given conflicts, Amaechi coverage 'over the top'

    George Solomon

    ESPN would have been better served by showing restraint in how it covered former NBA player John Amaechi's recent revelation that he is gay, says the Ombudsman.

    Story | March 05, 2007
  6. Putting ESPN under a microscope

    George Solomon

    Veteran journalist puts ESPN under his microscope and comments on the network's decisions.

    Story | Conversation | July 12, 2005