- Mar 10, 2004
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20 more on air peeps gone....some longtime employees...
Nah, I was just being a little whimsical. I'd rather they kept Suzy on at ESPN but failing that, I thought I'd at least help her get her name spelled correctly.Are you distinguishing between layoff and fire? Sorry, it's early in the morning.
Nah, I was just being a little whimsical. I'd rather they kept Suzy on at ESPN but failing that, I thought I'd at least help her get her name spelled correctly.
30 years ago she was in her late 20's, working at ESPN and great at her job. Now, she's in her late 50's, unemployed but still great at her job. I just wish it had been some Suzy Kolbar that ESPN tossed out instead of Suzy Kolber.
Actually, their movies are struggling and theme parks have been in a tough spot still since the pandemic. Disney's in a bit of panic mode.IMO, now that inflation is settling somewhat businesses are going to look for other ways to increase their profit margin to include job cuts. What's ironic is Disney is cutting jobs but their merchandise, movies and theme parks are sill making a killing. Now I'm sure a lot of these on air personalities are making millions so I'm sure they are set, especially the former athletes who were just using jobs like pocket change compared to the money they made during their playing careers.
I read somewhere that he could step into Shannon Sharpe's role with Fox, opposite Skip Bayless.IDK what they were paying Max Kellerman, but he was everywhere on ESPN. Seems like he was a value compared to some of the others. I know Keyshon was getting paid huge, so I could see that. Keyshon will end up elsewhere. Not that he's extremely knowledgable, but he has opinions and isn't afraid to defend them. Makes for good radio and TV.