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  1. Nate Silver Leaving 'New York Times' for ESPN

    6:04 pm 7/19/2013

    The statistician, whose blog FiveThirtyEight was a must-read during election season, may contribute to Keith Olbermann's ESPN 2 program. Read more

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  2. It's Official: Keith Olbermann Back to ESPN

    9:19 am 7/17/2013

    UPDATED: "I could apologize 1,000 times," said Olbermann. "But all that is going to make a difference is how I conduct myself."Read more

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  3. Keith Olbermann Finalizes Deal With ESPN

    5:09 pm 7/16/2013

    The former MSNBC host will lead a New York-based late-night show on ESPN2. Read more

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  4. ESPN's John Skipper on Sports Rights, Layoffs and Keith Olbermann: 'We Don't Have a Policy Here That You Can Never Come Back' (Q&A)

    11:00 am 6/26/2013

    The one-time wannabe literary editor oversees Disney's $40 billion asset, manages an increasingly competitive sports-rights universe and faces a new Fox challenger.Read more

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  5. Turner Sports Exec: Keith Olbermann Realizes He's 'Burned Bridges'

    10:43 am 6/5/2013

    "This was about getting back to something that he really wanted to do," said Turner's David Levy. “He knows baseball. He has a passion for it. And I’m willing to take that risk because I think he’s that talented."Read more

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  6. Keith Olbermann Returning to TV on Turner (Exclusive)

    6:45 am 6/5/2013

    UPDATED: The former Current and MSNBC anchor will lead TBS' studio coverage of the Major League Baseball postseason.Read more

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  7. Keith Olbermann Settles $50 Million Current TV Lawsuit (Exclusive)

    7:22 pm 3/12/2013

    UPDATED: In a joint statement, both parties confirmed to THR that a settlement deal has been reached. Terms will not be released. Read more

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  8. Olbermann Seeks Summary Judgment in Current TV Case As Key Mediation Nears

    4:08 pm 3/8/2013

    The former 'Countdown' host, who says he's owed at least $50 million, files new court documents that are heavily redacted for confidentiality.Read more

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