Solomon joins ESPN as Ombudsman
Long-time Washington Post sports editor and columnist George Solomon became ESPN's first-ever ombudsman, starting July 1, 2005. In this newly created position, Solomon critiques decision-making, coverage and presentation for studio and event production, including SportsCenter, ESPN Radio and, occasionally, programming outside the news and information genre.
At least once per month, Solomon shares his thoughts via a column on ESPN.com, which will be linked from the front ...
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About ESPN's Ombudsman
Ombudsman Le Anne Schreiber is the public's representative to ESPN, offering independent examination and analysis of ESPN's media outlets. The former New York Times sports editor and author will critique decision-making, coverage and presentation of news, issues and events on ESPN television and other media. Schreiber will have a two-year tenure and succeeds George Solomon, ESPN's initial Ombudsman.