Not long after his “joke” about women’s soccer players went viral, Stephen A. Smith decided to apologize for his insensitive remark.
Policing the Media
Stephen A. Smith made yet another comment on the air Friday morning that will likely be followed by an apology.
Stephen A. Smith doesn’t care that New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady told Robert Kraft he is innocent in the Deflategate scandal.
Gilbert Arenas is being lambasted by some media outlets who took a clearly trash-talking Instagram post he sent in jest a little too seriously.
If you’re going to try impressing people with lines and jokes on Twitter, just make sure you’re always coming off with fresh material. Otherwise you risk getting exposed like Rick Reilly.
Don’t you just hate when that happens? You’re on Twitter trying to promote your work but you send out the wrong link. It’s happened to us here at LBS plenty of times.
Rick Reilly made a pretty clever joke about Peyton Manning on Twitter during Sunday’s Denver Broncos-Indianapolis Colts game, but was it original? The person who tweeted it just minutes before
NFL reporter Peter King criticized Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Hakeem Nicks for going out of bounds late in the Colts’ win over the Bengals Sunday, but King actually owes the receiver an ap