On Wednesday, Bleacher Report's official Facebook page was liked by more than 1,000,000 (unfortunately mostly real?) Facebook users. »
While the rest of the Internet has gleefully yucked it up on the first of April with all sorts of satire and misdirects over the years, hard-working Bleacher Reporters have been strictly forbidden from taking part in such frivolous activities. »
On Monday afternoon, the following email was sent out to all sportswriters on the Yahoo! Contributor Network. It was subsequently forwarded to the BRR by a reader: »
Before this week, Google was always just... Well, Google. King of kings in a realm that is not fond of regulation. »
The BRR has devoted a slew of the blog's space towards exposing the arbitrary and largely hypocritical nature of Bleacher Report's standards for "evaluating" its writing staff. On a website staffed with 1100 writers, 75% of whom are unpaid while the majority of the remaining 25% are desperately trying to achieve… »
The views expressed below are not ones authored by me. They also are not views which I fully endorse. The piece below was authored by Daniel Flynn, a Bleacher Report writer whom readers of the BRR have come to know as "The Writer." Since a brief hiatus from posting on Bleacher Report, he has started writing for the site… »
Over the past year, there has been intense speculation surrounding the high churn rate for Bleacher Report's NBA Lead Writers. I was not going to release this, but I think doing that would be an insult to the blog's readership. I believe the views expressed below are those of Bleacher Report's managing editor from… »
The Players (from left to right): Jim Bankoff, Enrico Campitelli, Dave Nemetz, TK Gore, Jon Greenberg, and Amy Nelson as moderator. We clipped the full video in hopes of better conveying the true nature of dialogue between Nemetz and Bankoff.
My latest endeavor has been one that I'm not particularly proud of. Under a fake name, I exchanged 21 emails with Tim Wood, the managing editor of Bleacher Report from March 2010 - August 2013. »
Not surprisingly, Bleacher Report has yet to publicly acknowledge The BRR's legitimacy as a criticism blog (Although, there have been some very angry, private emails forwarded my way in the past couple of months...), but their response here appears to be directed at a criticism that has only come from one place. »
Awful Announcing reports that NFL scoopmeister Mike Freeman is headed to Bleacher Report, which "has a strict policy against writers breaking their own news." Good luck, Mike. [Awful Announcing] »
Expect to see more material than usual being posted to the blog over the course of the next couple of weeks. In the meantime, here's a broader bit of criticism that's only slightly related to Bleacher Report. All quotes attributed to Adam Waksman were taken from an email conversation on Saturday, July 13.