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ESPN (tv network)

ESPN (tv network)
Launched in 1979, ESPN is a 24-hour sports broadcasting network based in Bristol, Connecticut. The channel's acronym stands for Entertainment and Sports Programming Network.
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  • Maker Movement takes hold of region

    Maker Movement takes hold of region
    The guys at North Street Labs love a challenge, whether it's making an 800-bag, 6-story Doritos vending machine activated by Tweets from above a concert stage or a metal tree sculpture equipped with sensors to translate motion into sounds.
  • Moon Bloodgood of 'Falling Skies' is her own worst critic

    PASADENA, Calif. Fighting menacing Terminators or six-legged fiends or indestructible robots is nothing to actress Moon Bloodgood. She does all that on practically a daily basis in TNT's "Falling Skies." Battling Skitters or Mechs or the Espheni is no big...

    OWN Development Exec Rita Mullin Moves to Science Channel

    After two years with OWN, Rita Mullin is leaving her post as head of development to become g.m. of Science Channel as of June 2. Mullin is an 18-year Discovery veteran who was sent to OWN in 2012 as the channel was struggling to find its footing with...

    Oprah Brings Pharrell Williams to 'Happy' Tears

    If anyone knows how to spark waterworks on TV, it's Oprah Winfrey. Winfrey, during an April 13 interview on OWN's "Oprah Prime," brought a very flattered Pharrell Williams to tears when she showed him a montage of fan-created videos from around the world...

    Craig Ferguson to Leave 'Late Late Show' in December

    Craig Ferguson will step down as host of CBS' " The Late Late Show" in December when his contract with the network expires after nearly a decade as David Letterman's companion in the 12:35 a.m. slot. Ferguson broke the news to his studio audience at...