According to the chat description,this is the first of regular ESPN.com chats with the editorial decision-makers at the network, and coincides with the introduction of formalized Editorial Guidelines for Standards and Practices at ESPN.
The chatters, who have have likely been chomping at the bit to communicate directly with ESPN management, aren’t shying away from Walsh.
Timothy Jones (Chicago, IL)
While I appreciate the unique knowledge that a former professional athlete can bring to a discussion, I feel ESPN has gone a little overboard in this respect. Is there an equal desire/commitment to nurturing true journalists?
Scott Larson (Seattle)
Can you state officially for the record that ESPN has a East Coast bias? The first step to recovery is admitting you have a problem.
I can state officially that the Yankees-Red Sox games rate higher in the state of California than when two California teams play each other. (Unofficially, I spent a portion of my alleged adult life in the state of California and have many leanings toward some West Coast teams and players).
Any concerns about the upcoming ESPN book?
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