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ESPN Will Allow Olbermann To Mention Politics On New Show
Published July 17, 2013
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Olbermann was a popular “SportsCenter” anchor from '92-97, but abruptly left and moved to a position at Fox Sports. He said the new program gives him a “chance to put a different ending on the story of my relationship with ESPN.” Olbermann: “I know that we can’t go back and undo everything that happened 20 years ago. I don’t want that to be in the obituary. I don’t want that to be the end of the story.” The new show will not impact his duties anchoring MLB postseason coverage for TBS.