Will Selva

December 30, 2010 by staff 

Will Selva, ESPN News anchor gave Selva at the margin with a suspension because he lifted the comment of a newspaper column without attribution.

Fanhouse reports, the suspension is for an indefinite period.

Selva has issued an apology for plagiarism Kevin Ding of the Orange County Register. The story was a preview of the game Lakers-Spurs on Tuesday night.

Ding made the issue public with a blog post that called Selva.

(AP) – An ESPN anchor has apologized for having made copies of a newspaper article and presenting it as hers.

ESPNEWS anchor Selva apologized Wednesday for using words from a column by Kevin Ding of the Orange County Register to recount highlights of the Lakers in Los Angeles Tuesday night’s game against San Antonio.

The network said Selva came across the story while looking for local stories to use as background. He pasted the story in his script but never wrote his own words before you read on the air.

Selva said he “made a terrible mistake” in a statement released by ESPN. Spokesman Josh Krulewitz said Selva called Ding express remorse.

Krulewitz did not say whether Selva has been suspended, but said: “We have taken appropriate action.”

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