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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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  • Women's World Cup final seen by record 26.7 million in US

    The United States' win over Japan in the Women's World Cup final was the most viewed soccer game in the history of American television.
  • BMX pioneer Scot Breithaupt found dead; cause undetermined

    Scot Alexander Breithaupt, who helped turn BMX bike racing from a backyard backwater into an international action sport, has died, authorities said. Breithaupt was among the first to organize bicycle races on dirt motorcycle courses in the early 1970s,...

    McCutchen, Cole, Burnett and Melancon make NL All-Star team

    Gerrit Cole was 8 years old when A.J. Burnett made his major-league debut for the Florida Marlins in 1999. Next Tuesday, the Pirates right-handers will make their All-Star Game debuts together at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati. Burnett and Cole...

    From hot dog-eating to World Cup wins to 3 a.m. car crashes, the holiday sports TV weekend had it all

    From hot dog-eating to World Cup wins to 3 a.m. car crashes, the holiday sports TV weekend had it all
    I was away at the Jersey Shore from Sunday through Friday last week, so I wasn't around a TV much except for programming that kept the kids amused between visits to the beach and boardwalk. But I made up for it on Saturday, Sunday and even Monday morning...

    U.S. Women's World Cup Team Breaks Another Record ... In TV Viewers

    The United States' win over Japan in the Women's World Cup final was the most viewed soccer game in the history of American television. The 5-2 victory Sunday, which gave the Americans a record third title, was seen by 26.7 million viewers. Fox said...