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ESPN

ESPN
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.
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. « Show less

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  • Millen out in Detroit

     
    Those large packing boxes are always a tip-off. That's what Lions president Matt Millen had in his office this morning. Also, Millen's wife told ESPN that it was all over for her husband as the guy calling the shots for...
  • Weird week for FAU

     
    As you may have guessed, the Friday Prediction Post will not appear today. For this week and next, it will become the Monday Prediction Post, so you have to wait a few more days. Nothing like made-for-ESPN midweek games...

    "Grey's Anatomy:" Week One Winner

     
    We've got our first winner out of the 2008-9 season gate: "Grey's Anatomy," which squeaked out an 18-49 win over "Desperate Housewives." Its rating? A 7.4 in this demo, which is a very solid number. Please go to the...

    Harvard grad from Nesconset picks baseball good

     
    I made a crack in a post earlier today about never having heard of ESPN's Keith Law, which I haven't. Yo, I can't pay attention to everything on this beat! But then I learned Mr. Law was born and raised...

    Matthew Barnaby joins ESPN as an NHL analyst

     
    One more thing . . . ESPN will announce today that Matthew Barnaby will succeed Barry Melrose as its NHL studio analyst, a development The Buffalo News reported last month. Barnaby will debut on SportsCenter Oct. 8 and usually appear...