Stellar scoops, features offset by slights, biases
Game Notes Looking back at 2006, the year was marked by ESPN's growth as a business and reputation as American's No. 1 purveyor of sports. The company -- with its multitude of arms, subsidiaries, events and properties -- attempted, for the most part, to faithfully serve its millions of viewers, listeners and readers.
And while the company's business goals and journalistic ambitions at times conflicted, the people who make most of the key decisions for ESPN tried during the course of ...
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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.