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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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  • Keith Olbermann has sympathy for Brian Williams on David Letterman

    Keith Olbermann has sympathy for Brian Williams on David Letterman
    Sportscaster Keith Olbermann is no stranger to being suspended -- he was briefly taken off his ESPN show last month after getting into a fight on Twitter -- so it's not surprising that he has great sympathy for embattled newsman Brian Williams....
  • Wednesday's high school roundup: George Wythe, Martinsville, Altavista capture state boys basketball championships

    Boys basketball: Maliek White scored 35 points as George Wythe won its first state championship, pulling away for an 80-60 win over Spotswood in one of six finals played Wednesday at VCU’s Siegel Center. Khalil Davis scored 26 and Justin Kier 18...
  • Bulaga's deal with Packers worth a reported $33.75 million over five years

    GREEN BAY, Wis. The future of the Green Bay Packers' offensive line one that was as good as any here since 2003 is now secure. Right tackle Bryan Bulaga will be back. And late Tuesday night, the numbers were revealed. It's a five-year, $33.75 million deal...
  • Sports TV and radio: Thursday's 3/12 log (updated Thursday AM with matchups)

    8:30 a.m.    Golf: Tshwane Open first round (in Pretoria, South Africa).--Golf 9 a.m.    Exhibition baseball: Pittsburgh vs. Philadelphia (d.).--MLB Net. Noon    Basketball: ACC quarterfinals: Florida State vs. Virginia, then North Carolina vs....
  • Will AAC Affiliation Relegate UConn To Second-Tier Status?

    Will AAC Affiliation Relegate UConn To Second-Tier Status?
    HARTFORD — The good news for UConn is that the Huskies are hosting their conference tournament for the first time since 1982. And in many ways, that is also the bad news. The last time UConn's league rivals gathered in Hartford was 1982, the Big...
  • Big Ten facing crucial decisions about its TV future

    Big Ten facing crucial decisions about its TV future
    The Big Ten Tournament has a nifty network threesome when it comes to television this week. Three networks -- CBS, ESPN, and the Big Ten Network -- will provide extensive coverage. The more, the merrier from the perspective of Commissioner Jim Delany....
  • Jim Calhoun Appears On ESPN's 'SportsCenter,' Discusses Motivational Tactics For Championship Week

    Jim Calhoun Appears On ESPN's 'SportsCenter,' Discusses Motivational Tactics For Championship Week
    Former UConn coach and current ESPN analyst Jim Calhoun appeared on “SportsCenter” Thursday morning to discuss championship week, the sixth anniversary of the Huskies’ six-overtime loss to Syracuse in the Big East Tournament and his...
  • Orlando City coach Adrian Heath fined; assistant Mark Watson suspended and fined

    Orlando City coach Adrian Heath fined; assistant Mark Watson suspended and fined
    HOUSTON -- Orlando City coach Adrian Heath has been fined an undisclosed amount by the Major League Soccer disciplinary committee for entering the field of play in the 54th minute of the Lions' 1-1 draw with New York City FC on Sunday. In addition,...
  • 3 things to know about HBO's new streaming service

    In less than a month, people in the U.S. will be able to subscribe to HBO without a cable or satellite TV subscription. The stand-alone HBO Now streaming service unveiled this week will debut in time for the April 12 season premiere of "Game of Thrones."...
  • DeMarco Murray, Eagles reportedly near $42-million deal

    DeMarco Murray, Eagles reportedly near $42-million deal
    DeMarco Murray is visiting the Philadelphia Eagles on Thursday with a financial agreement already in place, according to multiple media reports. ESPN was the first to report the visit and the financial terms, which are said to be $42 million over five...
  • Report: DeMarco Murray to sign with Eagles for $42 million, 5-year deal

    Sure looks like Eagles-Cowboys games will take on a special flavor this season, with DeMarco Murray en route to Philadelphia on Thursday to sign with the Eagles, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Schefter said Murray would sign for 5 years and $42...