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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

Top ESPN Articles

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  • Brett Favre invites Ed Werder to chat, ride his tractor?

     
    Ed Werder, not content simply to read emails from Brett Favre, is in Mississippi for an exclusive sitdown with the former Packer who spent a few months in New Jersey last year - after a brief stop on Long Island.......
  • Brett Favre talks to Ed Werder, doesn't mention A-Rod

     
    I listened to the first two segments of Ed Werder's sitdown with former Packers quarterback Brett Favre on ESPN's SportsCenter this afternoon. Maybe they're saving the good stuff for the 6 o'clock show. Back to A-Rod . . .......
  • Yes, Mike Francesa simulcast is doing well on YES

     
    During Mike Francesa's bulletin-board quality ratings rant aimed at 1050 ESPN Wednesday, he dared people to check the facts, saying, "As Yogi once said, you could look it up." I thought it was Casey who said that, but no matter.......
  • NBC's Pierre McGuire: Rangers are in a group funk

     
    Random stuff: *This site has an insane number of links to sports radio interviews, including more than you could possibly listen to about Brett Favre and Alex Rodriguez. *MSG and the Red Bulls signed a multi-year contract extension, keeping the......
  • Alex Rodriguez apologizes to Selena Roberts!

     
    According to CNN, via our own Final Score blog, Alex Rodriguez apologized to Selena Roberts for his attack on her during his interview with ESPN Monday. Here is Kat O'Brien's story confirming the apology. Hmm. It will be interesting to......
  • Peter Gammons/A-Rod chat gets ombudswoman look

     
    ESPN ombudswoman Le Anne Schreiber, in what likely is her next-to-last column, breaks down the Peter Gammons-A-Rod interview, including her take on the genre of interviews in which people in the news get to pick their interrogator. There are some......
  • Ruth, Namath, Brown, Robinson lead NY ito ESPN final

     
    I have been poking fun at ESPN SportsCenter's February doldrums feature, "Mt. Rushmore of Sports," but for those who care, I can't resist keeping you informed of breaking developments. Sometime after 9 a.m. Monday, Rick Reilly will reveal the news......
  • It's an A-Roid World

     
    And the Mets are just living in it. On a day that Carlos Beltran threatens to "kill" Cole Hamels -- he was speaking figuratively, of course -- you need to check a newspaper's table of contents to even find it.......
  • Michael Kay to cut back on radio hours on game days

     
    Michael Kay told me before the BBWAA dinner Sunday night (see posts below) that on Yankees game days he will not work his full 2 to 7 p.m. shift on 1050 ESPN. As in the past, Kay will depart at......
  • Boomer Esiason, Craig Carton, Mike Francesa in top 100

     
    Little or no blogging rest of day. Read other Newsday sports blogs instead. I am leaving you with this list of the Most Important Radio Talk Show Hosts in America, according to Talkers Magazine, because lists are an excellent way......
  • Neil Everett, Stan Verrett to host new SportsCenter

     
    ESPN announced its new, L.A.-based late-night SportsCenter would be anchored primarily by Stan Verrett and Neil Everett, who despite their similar names are not related. The 1 a.m. ET SportsCenter will debut from ESPN's fancy new studios April 6, when.......