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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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  • Blazing starts for McIlroy, Woods at British Open

    Blazing starts for McIlroy, Woods at British Open
    HOYLAKE, England - Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods sprayed Royal Liverpool with a barrage of birdies to steal the show in a thrilling opening round of the 143rd British Open on Thursday. Northern Irishman McIlroy has developed a penchant for making fast...
  • Gunslinging McIlroy and Woods steal first-round show at British Open

    HOYLAKE, England, July 17 (Reuters) - Golfing gunslingers Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods sprayed Royal Liverpool with a barrage of birdie bullets to steal the show in a thrilling opening round of the 143rd British Open on Thursday. Northern Irishman...
  • 'Extant' or 'Big Brother': Wednesday's big winner?

    'Extant' or 'Big Brother': Wednesday's big winner?
    UPDATED: What was Wednesday's biggest winner in the ratings? Well, it was on CBS. "Extant," the Halle Berry astronaut drama, drew the biggest audience for the night: nearly 8 million, according to updated ratings. Last week's premiere pulled in 9.6...
  • Fox-Time Warner deal could bring the game to ESPN

    (Reuters) - Twenty-First Century Fox's plan to buy Time Warner could create an upheaval in the sports television world, creating the first meaningful challenge to Walt Disney Co's ESPN. Time Warner's board has rejected an $80 billion bid, but Fox...
  • On The Fly: See The Red Sox's 3 Trophies In New Britain

    If you're a Red Sox fan, you might want to go the Rock Cats game Monday night. The 2004, 2007 and 2013 Red Sox World Series trophies will be at New Britain Stadium (gates open at 5:35 p.m., game time is 7:05). Fans will have the chance to take pictures...
  • MLS round-up: Orlando City trialist, MLS all-star game, MLS TV viewership up

    MLS round-up: Orlando City trialist, MLS all-star game, MLS TV viewership up
    * Orlando City will welcome midfielder Darwin Cerén's brother, Óscar Cerén, as a trialist, according to reports out of El Salvador.  Óscar Cerén, 22, spent the last three seasons with Juventud Independiente in El Salvador, scoring 10 goals in 39 games...
  • Rangers look better in photos than on field

    The Sports Xchange MLB Team Report - Texas Rangers - INSIDE PITCH ARLINGTON, Texas -- Count Rangers shortstop Elvis Andrus among those who didn't really want to see a disrobed Prince Fielder swinging a baseball bat. "Wow," Andrus joked when asked about...
  • Suns, Bledsoe at contract impasse

    The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: updates with report of Suns' offer Suns, Bledsoe at contract impasse Restricted free agent guard Eric Bledsoe is drawing interest from multiple teams ready to swoop in and sign the explosive two-way player as negotiations...
  • Elliott Sadler eager to race at Chicagoland again

     Elliott Sadler eager to race at Chicagoland again
    Elliott Sadler may be the oldest driver ever to win at Chicagoland Speedway but never count him out for another run to Victory Lane. The 39-year-old stock car veteran races for the 20th time at Joliet on Saturday as NASCAR's Nationwide Series makes...
  • Standoff over Dodgers games could be defining moment in sports TV

    Standoff over Dodgers games could be defining moment in sports TV
    The Dodgers are in first place in their division and gunning for a berth in the World Series in October. But as the second half of the season begins Friday, most local fans aren't able to watch any of it on television. Off the field no progress has been...
  • George M. Thomas: LeBron always thinking beyond basketball

    Poverty has a way of affecting people that should never be underestimated. Far too often, those who continue to hold power in this country assume that those forced to live in that situation choose to do so. Whether it's a young boy who grew up in the...