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ESPN (tv network)

ESPN (tv 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.
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 (tv network) Articles

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  • Lakers have trouble filling Staples Center seats

    Another sign of a team in decline — empty seats. There have been nine non-sellouts at home for the Lakers, a surprising number for a team that enjoyed 270 consecutive packed crowds at Staples Center until earlier this season. The franchise was...
  • Viewership down for NCAA Tournament championship game

    REMOTE PATROL Viewership for the men's basketball national championship on CBS on Monday was down slightly from last year but was the third highest for the game since 2005, according to SportsBusiness Daily. Average viewership per broadcast window during...
  • Top 3 pop releases: 'Transcendence' movie, 'Washington's Spies' on TV, ESPN's '30 for 30'

    Top 3 pop releases: 'Transcendence' movie, 'Washington's Spies' on TV, ESPN's '30 for 30'
    'TRANSCENDENCE' OUT FRIDAY 1 Dr. Will Castor (Johnny Depp) is a researcher of artificial intelligence who is trying to achieve some form of technological singularity. Targeted by a group of anti-technology extremists, Will's life is put in danger, but...
  • Taking Stock Of NBA Future For Napier, Boatright, Daniels

    The endorsement came in the Twittersphere on Monday night. No less a basketball authority than LeBron James dropped an assessment of senior Shabazz Napier's NBA draft prospects on his 12.4 million followers: "No way u take another PG in the lottery...
  • Former NBA standout and recovering addict delivers anti-drug in Anne Arundel

    Former NBA standout and recovering addict delivers anti-drug in Anne Arundel
    The sniffling began about 15 minutes into Chris Herren's speech. As the former NBA player recounted his battle with drug addiction, students throughout Southern High School's auditorium looked around to see who was crying. No one needed to look far. For...
  • Independent report criticizes Missouri's response to alleged sexual assault of swimmer Sasha Menu Courey

    The parents of former Missouri swimmer Sasha Menu Courey are satisfied with an independent counsel's report released Friday that is critical of the university's handling of their daughter's alleged sexual assault. "I'm finally relieved," Sasha's mother,...
  • UMass' Gordon tells team he is gay

    University of Massachusetts' Derrick Gordon is the first openly gay Division I men's basketball player. Gordon, a starter who averaged 9.4 points per game last season, gathered his teammates to tell them he was gay one week ago and had come out to his...
  • Diaco, Players Ready For UConn's Annual Blue-White Game

    Diaco, Players Ready For UConn's Annual Blue-White Game
    STORRS — UConn senior cornerback Byron Jones posed a pretty simple question when asked about the Huskies' desire to turn things around. "It's a new coaching staff and everyone wants to put their best foot forward, why wouldn't they?" Jones said....
  • TV Review: ESPN's 'Bad Boys,' Golf Channel's 'Arnie'

    The current golden age of sports documentaries hits a tin-plated patch this week with two flawed if interesting entries: "Bad Boys," ESPN's nostalgic "30 for 30" trip to hoops heaven, devoted to the bruising Detroit Pistons team of the 1980s; and "Arnie,"...
  • Orlando City seeks right energy as it hosts Charleston Battery

    Orlando City seeks right energy as it hosts Charleston Battery
    The frustration was clear in the postgame press conference after Orlando City's first win of the USL PRO season. The 3-1 scoreline did not tell the story of a sloppy performance that lacked the energy typical of Lions' teams during the past three...
  • UConn Women's Heights Began in the Depths

    On Tuesday night, The University of Connecticut Women's Basketball program won a record ninth national championship, finishing the season 40-0. Ho hum. Cue the confetti. Throw a parade. Yeah, we almost take the excellence of the UConn women for granted,...