NFL Pressure Said to Lead ESPN to Quit Film Project
Sunday, August 25, 2013
On Thursday, ESPN, which has spent heavily in recent years to build its investigative reporting team, abruptly ended its affiliation with “Frontline,” a public affairs television series that was weeks from showing a jointly produced two-part investigative project about the N.F.L.’s contentious handling of head injuries. (New York Times)
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