I'll sign on as a defendant in a class action suit. Many of the posters here have spent hours educating (or trying to) regular people who think they are informed. ESPN knowingly, carelessly, and recklessly presented things as news that were not. When not knowingly it was at least negligent when people on their own "Network" can be cited as sources to the contrary of what they present as news. I've seen plenty of examples of one "reporter" saying something as another "reporter" has something contradictory. If both reporters work for ESPN is that the definition of "knowingly." No, it is not overly broad. CBS news and Fox News are separate and distinct from their entertainment shows. I've never seen someone from Fox News on Married with Children or Bill O'Reilly doing a voice on the Simpsons. Similarly I never saw Walkter Kronkite on Star Trek or Katie Couric and Mike Wallace on Two and Half Men. PtI is on Sportscenter. I've seen Marc Schlereth on Sportcenter then go on Mike and Mike. Everything from Cold Pizza to ATH is presented as news. The target is wide but contained to ESPN.