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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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  • The Frantz Joseph story; and 'Eat, E-Mack, Eat'

     
    It looks like ESPN???s ???Outside The Lines??? show featuring Frantz Joseph will be shown plenty of times, with first at 8 a.m. Sunday. Fans will want to tune it. It is a great story, and here is the Reader???s......
  • Not today for FAU in draft; baseball pulls an upset

     
    OK, stand down. No FAU player will be selected in the first two rounds, which is what is on tap this afternoon beginning at 4 p.m. You all should be in bed early so you can be up at......
  • NY area distracted from NFL Draft by baseball, hockey

     
    As I keep telling frustrated p.r. people: I earned the right to ignore the NFL Draft on this beat by covering it for 10 years on my previous beat. Sorry. (A brief summary of coverage plans for the weekend: ESPN......
  • Closed captions, virtual ads and 'Kobe Doin' Work'

     
    In addition to my MLB Network story, other items in my Friday newspaper column concern SNY's plans to add closed captioning for Mets games May 1 (I'm not going to gloat; I'm just happy my column on the subject might......
  • ESPN SportsCenter moves to L.A., continually rubs it in

     
    My default SportsCenter position is the 5 am. replay of the late show from the previous night. So since April 6 I have been observing the new L.A.-based operation, featuring Neil Everett (love the first name) and Stan Verrett (named......
  • MLB Network addresses needs of baseball diehards

     
    The main element of my Friday newspaper column concerns the four-month-old MLB Network, whose eight-hour studio show I checked out Tuesday night. Bottom line: Much like its NFL, NBA and NHL counterparts, the channel is an excellent service for hardcore......
  • Mel Kiper Jr. handles scouting, his wife everything else

     
    Good story here by my fellow former Newsday St. John's beat reporter Judy Battista about ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr. and his wife, Kim, who runs his sprawling NFL Draft empire.......
  • Baltimore Sun reduces roster of media writers by one

     
    Ray Frager, respected, long-time sports media columnist/reporter/blogger for the Baltimore Sun and loyal WatchDog reader, learned Tuesday that he had become the latest veteran sports journalist to lose his job amid the industry's ongoing struggles. Sigh....
  • Luis Tiant documentary kicks off Tribeca/ESPN festival

     
    Here is Jeansonne's take on "The Lost Son of Havana," the Luis Tiant documentary that premiered at the Tribeca/ESPN Film Festival Thursday and will appear on ESPN itself in August. Coming Monday through Friday: My thoughts on films at the......
  • Tribeca Film Festival Mini-Review No. 3

     
    The showcase event of the Tribeca/ESPN Film Festival is Spike Lee's "Kobe Doin' Work." Three dozen or so cameras shot a miked-for-sound Kobe Bryant during a mid-April game against the Spurs last season, then Bryant sat with Lee and narrated......
  • 'Dancing With the Stars' recap: Top 4 revealed

     
    Live from Hollywood ... Dancing With the Stars, and I predict Chelsie Hightower and Ty Murray will go home. But before that, we gotta whole lotta results show to get through. First up, Melissa Rycroft and Tony Dovolani repeat their......