News Results for Jemele Hill
Jemele Juanita Hill /dʒə.ˈmɛl/ (born 1975) is an American sports journalist for
the ESPN's website, The Undefeated. She previously wrote a column for ESPN.
com's Page 2 and formerly hosted ESPN's His and Hers. In June 2013, she
succeeded Jalen Rose on ESPN2's Numbers Never Lie. In February 2017, Hill
Feb 4, 2018 ... ESPN's outspoken Jemele Hill, in her first interview since leaving "SportsCenter,"
tells Rev. Al Sharpton joining The Undefeated was "definitely, 100 percent, my
choice" and should leave her less constrained when it comes to commentary "
about issues revolving around race and sports."
Jan 26, 2018 ... Anchor Jemele Hill is leaving SportsCenter to move to ESPN's site about the
intersection of sports, race and culture, The Undefeated.
Jan 27, 2018 ... During an in-depth conversation with Variety, Jemele Hill talked about her
decision to leave ESPN's "SportsCenter" and chart a new path.
Jan 27, 2018 ... ESPN's Jemele Hill is leaving her host job at SportsCenter to become a writer at
the Undefeated. Hill was once suspended for her tweets.
Jan 26, 2018 ... Jemele Hill, the up-and-coming “SportsCenter” anchor who drew extra scrutiny to
ESPN after making pointed remarks about President Donald Trump, will leave
the program and focus on assignments in other parts of the Walt Disney-owned
company, according to people familiar with the situation.
Feb 8, 2018 ... "SportsCenter" host Michael Smith says ESPN panicked and "muted" him and
former "SC6" co-host Jemele Hill. "And," Smith said on a podcast, "that frustrated
the (expletive) out of us.”
Jan 26, 2018 ... Jemele Hill is exiting the 6 p.m. hour of SportsCenter, The Hollywood Reporter
has learned. The move comes in the wake of Hill's controversial tweets about
President Trump and the National Anthem protests sweeping the NFL. Sources
tell THR that Hill's last day on SC6 will be Friday, Feb. 2, two days ...
Oct 8, 2017 ... ESPN has suspended host Jemele Hill for two weeks due to "a second violation
of our social media guidelines," the network announced. CNN's Brian Stelter has
Dec 27, 2017 ... On the afternoon of the Alabama Senate election, Jemele Hill is sitting in a
makeup chair at ESPN headquarters. She's getting ready for her job as co-host of
the 6 p.m. SportsCenter but thinking about politics. “What was Nick Saban's
responsibility?” Hill asks, referring to the head football coach at the ...
Feb 9, 2018 ... Michael Smith, like former “SC6” co-host Jemele Hill always has, is speaking his
mind. Smith went in on ESPN management during a recent interview on James
Andrew Miller's “Origins” podcast, saying the network "muted" himself and Hill
when a new executive took over “SC6” and that it “frustrated the s--- ...
Feb 5, 2018 ... Jemele Hill will not be silenced in leaving ESPN's "SportsCenter" for its The
Undefeated website. On MSNBC's "PoliticsNation" with the Rev. Al Sharpton is
an indication. Hill referred to President Donald's Trump's criticism of NFL players
kneeling as "racial pornography" to stoke his followers.
Oct 9, 2017 ... ESPN has suspended host Jemele Hill for two weeks due to "a second violation
of our social media guidelines," the network announced Monday afternoon.
Dec 28, 2017 ... ESPN's Jemele Hill, who criticized President Donald Trump on Twitter,
exemplifies a very 2017 struggle in sports media. The idea is that people who
work in sports media are supposed to be themselves, be accessible and interact
honestly with their audiences. Just not too much.
Jan 26, 2018 ... ESPN's Jemele Hill is leaving her post as a “SportsCenter” anchor next month
and will write for the company's The Undefeated website, according to multiple