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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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  • Montverde to chase national title at NYC tournament April 2-4

    Montverde to chase national title at NYC tournament April 2-4
    Montverde Academy will chase a national title during the Dick's Sporting Goods High School Nationals Basketball Tournament in New York City April 2-4. LSU signee Ben Simmons, a Florida Mr. Basketball candidate and ESPN's No. 1 power forward recruit in...
  • Big Ten could face choice between Fox Sports 1, ESPN

    Big Ten could face choice between Fox Sports 1, ESPN
    Last week, I wrote a column about the Big Ten’s upcoming negotiations on a TV deal and how the conference might have a choice between staying with ESPN or going with Fox Sports 1 on the cable side. It detailed the risks of leaving the broad reach of...
  • Angel Rodriguez named L.A. Times sports editor

    Angel Rodriguez named L.A. Times sports editor
    Times Editor Davan Maharaj and Managing Editor Marc Duvoisin have announced that Angel Rodriguez is The Times' new sports editor. Rodriguez comes to The Times from the Washington Post, and previously was sports editor of the Cincinnati Enquirer and home...
  • MAC schools, ESPN say partnership offers exposure, but reveal few financial details

     MAC schools, ESPN say partnership offers exposure, but reveal few financial details
    Northern Illinois shooting guard Anthony Johnson's 3-pointer had barely dropped through the net when Patrick Gorman, perched in a cramped TV control room just off the arena floor, fired a string of commands. "We got a second angle?" Gorman said....
  • An online comic dealer with a superpowered sales platform

    NORRISTOWN, Pa. Jim Drucker is living proof that a man not only can learn to appreciate some nagging from his wife, but also build a thriving, innovative company as a result of it. In Drucker's case, it is NewKadia.com, launched in 2000 and believed to...
  • Suddenly, ex-Duke players call many big college hoops games

    All of a sudden this season, former players from a certain school seem to be analyzing nearly every big college basketball game. Jay Bilas ascended to the top commentating team at ESPN. Grant Hill was picked to do the Final Four. Jay Williams joined...
  • Chris Borland's early retirement shifts focus of head injuries in NFL

    Chris Borland's early retirement shifts focus of head injuries in NFL
    Of all the tumult to follow the National Football League in the past year — including a spate of domestic violence cases and questions about deflated footballs — nothing has roiled the country's most popular sport quite like the retirement...
  • UConn Women's Basketball Team Picked To Win It All By President Obama

    UConn Women's Basketball Team Picked To Win It All By President Obama
    WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama has picked Connecticut to win a third straight women's basketball championship in the NCAA Tournament. The president also made a surprising choice by going with his niece's team, Princeton, to reach the Final...
  • Browns agree to terms with former Pro Bowl wide receiver Dwayne Bowe

    Dwayne Bowe hasn't consistently produced like a legitimate No. 1 wide receiver in four years, but he still resembles a knight in shining armor more than anyone else the Browns have at the position. So, theoretically, Bowe should boost a receiving corps...
  • Charlie Sheen slams Obama with birther fodder over NCAA picks

    Charlie Sheen slams Obama with birther fodder over NCAA picks
    Charlie Sheen wasn't happy to see President Obama making his March Madness picks Wednesday on ESPN — so he called the commander in chief names on social media and accused him of ignoring an unspecified military funeral. "Barry Satera Kenya u won't...
  • President Obama picks Kentucky to win NCAA championship

    Siding with the popular vote, President Obama says Kentucky will remain undefeated en route to winning this year's NCAA men's basketball tournament. Obama's tournament bracket was revealed Wednesday on ESPN, and it showed he has picked the Wildcats to...