Posts Tagged ‘ESPN’

Geeky ESPN Graphics Whiz Admits to Green Screening Erin Andrews into His Bedroom

Tuesday, August 9th, 2016

Lean and Green. The lovely Erin Andrews has been green-screened onto Melvin Frisbee’s bed, where he imagines himself seducing her in his own personal Star Trek episode

BRISTOL, CT. (Sportsman’s Daily Wire Service) — Melvin Frisbee has been the man behind many of ESPN’s more impressive digital graphics effects for the past three years. But on Sunday Frisbee admitted to his bosses there was something he could no longer keep secret.

The twenty-seven year old CGI whiz has been green-screening ESPN sports reporter Erin Andrews into his bedroom since August, 2009. Green-screening, a longtime television visual effect, allows the subject in front of a camera to appear to be anywhere – depending on the background that is chosen. (more…)


Chris Berman Named Most Annoying Sports Figure in His Own House

Monday, March 14th, 2016

The Bermanator. His nicknames have forced one unfortunate fan to taking meds.

BRISTOL, CT. (Sportsman’s Daily Wire Service) Chris Berman, longtime ESPN TV personality, is widely regarded as a knowledgeable sports broadcaster, but perhaps one of the most grating with his calls of “it could go…all…the…way” and “back, back, back.”

Fans have often complained of Berman’s histrionics, but according to Berman family members, the fans are the lucky ones. (more…)


Geeky ESPN Graphics Whiz Admits to Green Screening Erin Andrews into His Bedroom

Tuesday, November 4th, 2014

Lean and Green. The lovely Erin Andrews has been green-screened onto Melvin Frisbee’s bed, where he imagines himself seducing her in his own personal Star Trek episode.

BRISTOL, CT. (Sportsman’s Daily Wire Service) — Melvin Frisbee has been the man behind many of ESPN’s more impressive digital graphics effects for the past two years. But on Tuesday Frisbee admitted to his bosses there was something he could no longer keep secret.

The twenty-seven year old CGI whiz has been green-screening ESPN sports reporter Erin Andrews into his bedroom since August, 2009. Green-screening, a longtime television visual effect, allows the subject in front of a camera to appear to be anywhere – depending on the background that is chosen. (more…)


Day Three: Erin Andrews Demands Large Piece of TSD’s Pie; Editors Could Be Left Holding Bag

Friday, February 11th, 2011

EA Sports Is In Their Face. Andrews lays down the law.

BOCA RATON (Sportsman’s Daily Wire Service) Comely sideline reporter Erin Andrews burst into the swanky, penthouse office of the Sportsman’s Daily yesterday afternoon demanding a significant portion of the advertising dollars the sports satire site earned during a nearly 48 hour news cycle in which she was the major focal point.

At approximately 4:15 PM, Andrews darted past 73 year old security man Barney Wilcox, who was enjoying a liverwurst and onion sandwich on a hard roll with a cup of coffee.

“We don’t normally get too many buxom babes up here wearing a flowing summer dress with their lustrous golden blonde hair falling gently onto their perfectly proportioned tan shoulders,” said Wilcox, the crumbs still fresh on his olive green uniform shirt. “But today was an exception – and you could tell this one had an agenda.”

Andrews interrupted the meeting just as the editorial staff was ogling over photographs of her and discussing various scenarios of infidelity and which of her body parts they’d like to eat whitefish from Katz’s Deli off of. (more…)


Geeky ESPN Graphics Whiz Admits to Green Screening Erin Andrews into His Bedroom

Monday, February 22nd, 2010

Lean and Green. The lovely Erin Andrews has been green-screened onto Melvin Frisbee’s bed, where he imagines himself seducing her in his own personal Star Trek episode.

BRISTOL, CT. (Sportsman’s Daily Wire Service) — Melvin Frisbee has been the man behind many of ESPN’s more impressive digital graphics effects for the past two years. But on Thursday Frisbee admitted to his bosses there was something he could no longer keep secret.

The twenty-seven year old CGI whiz has been green-screening ESPN sports reporter Erin Andrews into his bedroom since August, 2009. Green-screening, a longtime television visual effect, allows the subject in front of a camera to appear to be anywhere – depending on the background that is chosen. (more…)


Chris Berman Named Most Annoying Sports Figure in His Own House

Thursday, September 17th, 2009

 

The Bermanator. His nicknames have forced one unfortunate fan to taking meds.

The Bermanator. His nicknames have forced one unfortunate fan to taking meds.

 

 

BRISTOL, CT. (Sportsman’s Daily Wire Service) Chris Berman, longtime ESPN TV personality, is widely regarded as a knowledgeable sports broadcaster, but perhaps one of the most grating with his calls of “it could go…all…the…way” and “back, back, back.” (more…)