Fox Sports’ Jason Whitlock says cord-cutting and politics have much to do with ESPN’s sagging ratings. Whitlock is a former ESPN employee.
Fox Sports’ Jason Whitlock says cord-cutting and politics have much to do with ESPN’s sagging ratings. Whitlock is a former ESPN employee. Fox Sports
Fox Sports’ Jason Whitlock says cord-cutting and politics have much to do with ESPN’s sagging ratings. Whitlock is a former ESPN employee. Fox Sports

Former Observer sportswriter Jason Whitlock: Cord-cutting hurts ESPN, but so does its politics

May 26, 2017 12:20 PM

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