Contributing writer for 'The Atlantic' and former ESPN journalist Jemele Hill opened up about her career, her relationships, including with her mother, and more in a recent interview. Hill also spoke about how being raised in Detroit, Michigan forged her sense of pride and toughness.
Jemele Hill is continuing to forge a new path for Black women in media with a new podcast network created for their voices on Spotify.
With production on Black Panther 2 set to begin this June, Ryan says that moving forward with things is "the hardest thing i've had to do in my professional life."
The unnamed company, from ESPN president John Skipper and Dan Le Batard, stands in contrast to Outkick, which slants right.
In the latest podcast episode of Spotify's Jemele Hill Is Unbothered, the Ticalian Stallion opens up about his life's work from the 90's up to this point including his role on Power Book II, his new podcast about the Marvel Cinematic Universe (the man has been lobbying to play Bishop in X-Men), and of course, the legacy of the legendary Wu-Tang Clan.
Kyrie Irving is making good use of his time while not participating in the NBA's "bubble city" restart.
Jemele Hill is a sports journalist and cultural critic who always seems to piss off the Far Right—so she's cool with us off g.p. Today (June 29), #CancelJemele has been trending due to a transphobic tweet from 2009, but it's actually a thinly veiled attempt by the aforementioned frat bros to get her out the paint.
In case you have been under a rock, Jemele Hill and her long-time boyfriend are now husband and wife. Over the weekend, Hill and “Ol Boy,” Ian Wallace, made it official and jumped the broom. The ex-ESPN host now a staff writer at The Atlantic dropped an epic wedding video showing off her big day.
See her engagement ring here.
Jemele Hill caught the wrath of President Donald Trump after openly criticizing him via Twitter at the expense of her standing with sports cable network ESPN. In a recent chat, the journalist and current writer for The Atlantic had some choice words about her verbal tussle with the former business mogul.
That didn’t take long. After recently saying “peace out” to ESPN, Jemele Hill has a new gig at The Atlantic.
Jemele Hill just secured the bag. The sports analyst is leaving ESPN on her own terms, along with a 7-figure buyout.