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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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  • Tonight's Steelers-Ravens game kicks off a busy weekend schedule on ESPN radio

    Tonight's Steelers-Ravens game kicks off a busy weekend schedule on ESPN radio
    What timing. With the whole world focused on what happened in that elevator in Atlantic City and the NFL's mishandling of the situation, CBS television could not have picked a better time to do its first Thursday night NFL game. The over/under on...
  • Pompano Xpress track club concludes successful summer season

    Pompano Xpress track club concludes successful summer season
    Speed is all the rage in just about every sport and the Pompano Xpress track and field club has been promoting that concept with great success for over 15 years. The Xpress started the 2014 track and field season in January and just concluded it with...
  • Big 12, SEC on collision course this regular season

    It's as close to a Big 12-SEC challenge as we're going to get. Two matchups Saturday on Big 12 turf Tennessee at Oklahoma and Arkansas at Texas Tech. One already in the books with Alabama's victory over West Virginia, and next week's Auburn at Kansas...
  • Raiders head to West Point for out-of-state clash

    – They've played in "The Jungle" in Cincinnati and "The Horseshoe" at Ohio State. They've stomped a defending high school national champion in the refurbished New Orleans' Superdome that had months earlier hosted a Super Bowl. And they've seen...
  • More Tebow on TV as 'GMA' contributor

    The Sports Xchange More Tebow on TV as 'GMA' contributor Tim Tebow has another job. Not in the NFL as a quarterback but as a contributor to "Good Morning America." ABC announced Thursday that it was adding the former Heisman Trophy winner to the show...
  • Billy Kimball to Step Down from Fusion as Chief Programming Officer

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Billy Kimball is leaving startup news-and-satire cable network Fusion and will be replaced as chief programming officer by Wade Beckett, a former showrunner of ESPN's SportsNation" and former executive at NBCUniversal's G4....
  • Matt Millen on Franklin, Hackenberg and tempering expectations at Penn State

    Matt Millen on Franklin, Hackenberg and tempering expectations at Penn State
    Former Penn State all-American Matt Millen received a text message from James Franklin last Sunday night saying the coach hoped for good news from the NCAA. That came in the form of the sanctions relief announced Monday. Millen, an ESPN college football...
  • NFL has perception problem with Robert Mueller running Ray Rice probe

    The NFL is scooping out buckets of water like crazy, trying to bail out its boat as the Ray Rice scandal continues to unfold. But the league has to be careful not to punch another hole in the hull. Bringing on former FBI Director Robert Mueller to...
  • Jalen Brunson, nation's top point guard, picks Villanova

    Jalen Brunson, the nation's top high-school point guard, orally committed to Villanova on Wednesday night to give the Wildcats their first five-star recruit since 2009. The 6-foot-1 senior from Stevenson (Ill.) High made an official visit to Villanova...
  • Why Ray Rice Media Blitz Won't Throw NFL For a Loss

    The National Football League has endured several days of terrible publicity, stemming from its serialized mishandling of the domestic violence case involving Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice. Yet those in media circles wondering about what sort of...
  • NFL's Scores in Ratings Make the TV Biz Willing to Follow the Game Plan

    At the annual Television Critics Assn. press tour in July, CBS topper Leslie Moonves faced an auditorium full of reporters to discuss the Eye's most promising new program: eight weeks of "Thursday Night Football." Moonves was ebullient, calling "TNF"...