ESPN gave Jenner its Arthur Ashe Award for Courage simply for identifying as a woman.
Freeman writes that “sports fans nationwide are hoping that perhaps the cable network will once again consider offering the coverage that made them watch in the first place.” However, this appears unlikely, for the seismic settling after the ESPN "quake" is still not over.
e Harmony says the relationship soured when some married travelers signed up and others created multiple profiles, violating terms and conditions.
Frequent-flier discussion boards went nuts over this promotion.
People opt in to shows and specific episodes unlike TV audiences who often come across programming passively.
"Try to make something people can connect to and that feels real to them—that's the challenge, and that's what we're aiming for," she said.