August 25th, 2013
01:55 PM ET

ESPN pulls out of PBS partnership

Former ESPN ombudsman Kelly McBride and guest host Eric Deggans on the NFL’s alleged pressure on ESPN to pull out of a documentary partnership with PBS that focused on NFL head injuries.

Filed under: Eric Deggans • ESPN • Football Head Injuries • Frontline • New York Times • NFL • PBS
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