CBS, ESPN, and other TV networks have multi-million dollar contracts with the NFL.
So how are they dealing with recent controversies regarding domestic violence in the league?
Last week, James Brown of CBS delivered a blunt critique of NFL culture, and Sunday ESPN’s Hannah Storm gave a powerful monologue questioning the NFL’s values.
NPR’s media correspondent David Folkenflick talks to Here & Now’s Robin Young about how broadcast networks are reacting to the Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson scandals.
This segment aired on September 16, 2014.