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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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  • Fox, NBC ready to wave the green flag in NASCAR coverage

    The loudest cheers for the Daytona 500 this weekend may not come from the speedway grandstands. NBC executives swear they're pulling for Fox during Sunday's race for an unlikely reason. "We would love to see Fox break our record," said Jon Miller,...
  • Spring training ticket prices for Braves, Astros

    Spring training ticket prices for Braves, Astros
    ATLANTA BRAVES Site: Champion Stadium, Disney's ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex Manager: Fredi Gonzalez First home exhibition: March 4 vs. Mets Admission: lower level reserved, $41-$54; upper level and bleacher level reserved, $28-$40; third-...
  • Kendrick Perkins expected to sign with Cavs next week

    NEW YORK The Cavaliers continue to get bigger and better. Former Oklahoma City Thunder center Kendrick Perkins will sign with the Cavs once he clears waivers on Monday, multiple league sources told the Beacon Journal. ESPN first reported the move....
  • Peterson says he's 'uneasy' about a Vikings return

    While Minnesota Vikings decision-makers are taking every opportunity to publicly state they would like suspended running back Adrian Peterson to play for the team this season, Peterson himself is apparently "uneasy" about the prospect of returning the...
  • Bianchi: Gators AD Foley has never allowed fans to storm the court or rush the field

     Bianchi: Gators AD Foley has never allowed fans to storm the court or rush the field
    University of Florida Athletic Director Jeremy Foley has been a forward-thinking college administrator for nearly three decades. He hired an unproven 30-year-old basketball coach named Billy Donovan when everybody thought he was crazy. He fired a...
  • Mike Greenberg loves off-air work too

    Everyone has their idea of a dream job. Even those people who already have dream jobs. For the last 15 years, Mike Greenberg has teamed with Mike Golic for the popular "Mike & Mike" morning sports talk show that airs on ESPN Radio, ESPN2 and locally on...
  • Mitzi Miller steps down as editor of Ebony

    Mitzi Miller steps down as editor of Ebony
    Mitzi Miller said Friday she is stepping down as editor-in-chief of Ebony magazine. Chicago-based Johnson Publishing named Miller as editor-in-chief of Ebony magazine in April, replacing Amy DuBois Barnett, who left to launch a new website for ESPN about...
  • Familiar names fill Midwest Conference softball rosters

    Familiar names fill Midwest Conference softball rosters
    Rare is the year when an area graduate has the opportunity to play in the NCAA Division I softball College World Series. For many area sports fans, exposure to college softball is pretty much limited to ESPN's TV coverage of the Series each May/June,...
  • Terps' court storming was 'absolutely embarrassing,' ESPN's Seth Greenberg says

    Terps' court storming was 'absolutely embarrassing,' ESPN's Seth Greenberg says
    To court-storm or not to court-storm is rarely the question in College Park, seeing as how most every big victory for the Maryland men’s basketball team, and even the occasional not-so-big one, seems to draw students to the floor like moths to a...
  • Lakers able to take win over Utah Jazz, 100-97, in stride

    Lakers able to take win over Utah Jazz, 100-97, in stride
    Nick Young understood why so many people were annoyed with the behavior of the Lakers. It's just that Young preferred to take the middle ground regarding Sunday night's celebration after the victory over Boston that so disgusted Lakers Coach Byron Scott...
  • Remembering The UConn Team That Changed Women's Basketball

    Remembering The UConn Team That Changed Women's Basketball
    STORRS — They looked up at the video board, looked at each other and asked each other the same question. "Rebecca's like, 'It has been 20 years? That's crazy!'" Kara Wolters said. Outside Gampel Pavilion on Saturday an imperfect storm swept...