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CrossFit Announces Open-Source Broadcast Of 2019 Games

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CrossFit, Inc. announced the 2019 Reebok CrossFit Games will be broadcast through an expansive network of amateur and professional partners. Over 30 outlets will receive an open-source feed to freely distribute the program on any platform or channel they choose. The unprecedented move allows traditional broadcasters, niche media sites, and ...

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WTT Launches 44th Season With New Teams, TV Partners

Venus Williams (Wikimedia Commons/Edwin Martinez)

When World TeamTennis (WTT) steps on the court for its 44th season it will be serving up a lot of change.  With arguably its deepest lineup of tennis stars since its inception, the eight-team league starts the year with two new franchises, the Vegas Rollers and Orlando Storm, a new multi-year ...

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Actualidad Media, ESPN 990 Launch Mobile Trivia Live Streaming Game

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Streann, a digital company providing advanced video and audio platform solutions, has partnered with Actualidad Media Group and ESPN to launch the first real-time multiplayer trivia game for live soccer during the Copa América championship. The game lets users test their soccer knowledge while competing over a designated sum of ...

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Rugby Greats Lead ESPN College Rugby Coverage This Weekend

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This weekend, the 2019 Penn Mutual Collegiate Rugby Championship returns to Talen Energy Stadium in suburban Philadelphia, and the competition will be carried live on ESPN2, ESPNEWS and ESPN+. The live television coverage schedule will be as follows: Saturday, June 1: 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. ET on ESPN+ 1 ...

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ESPN Events Reveals 2019-20 Bowl Season Slate

Dec 31, 2015; Miami Gardens, FL, USA; Clemson Tigers linebacker Dorian O'Daniel (6) celebrates with teammates after defeating the Oklahoma Sooners in the 2015 CFP semifinal at the Orange Bowl at Sun Life Stadium. Clemson won 37-17. Mandatory Credit: Robert Duyos-USA TODAY Sports

ESPN Events, a division of ESPN, has set times and networks for its 14 owned and operated bowl games for the 2019-20 season. The Makers Wanted Bahamas Bowl (2 p.m. ET, ESPN) and Frisco Bowl (7:30 p.m., ESPN2) kick off the bowl season on Friday, Dec. 20. All other ESPN ...

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Professional Fighters League Bolsters Global Distribution Of Live Events For 2019 Season

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Professional Fighters League (PFL), the first organization ever to present MMA through a Regular season, Playoffs and Championship format, today announced it will reach fight fans around the world with live PFL events through a wide and diverse group of premier global distribution partners, starting with PFL 1 on Thursday ...

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XFL to Air on ABC, ESPN, FOX Sports and FS1

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The XFL today announced multi-year agreements with ESPN and FOX Sports to televise XFL games starting with its inaugural 2020 season. XFL games will air weekly on broadcast TV (ABC and FOX) complemented by games on cable (ESPN, ESPN2, FS1 and FS2). The XFL TV schedule allows for consistent appointment ...

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New York City FC and ESPN Deportes Radio AM1050 to Bring Spanish-Language Game Coverage to NYC

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New York City Football Club and ESPN Deportes Radio WEPN-AM 1050 are pleased to announce that all remaining 2019 Regular Season NYCFC games and all postseason play will air in Spanish on the ESPN App in conjunction with ESPN Deportes Radio 1050AM, beginning with tomorrow’s game – Saturday, April 13 when NYCFC takes ...

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ESPN, TCL Unite To Create ‘Born A Legend’ Video Series

Born A Legend

ESPN and TV brand TCL have joined forces to share powerful stories from the world of sport through a new video series titled “Born a Legend”. The inspirational series uncovers and showcases the esteemed values and traits of a wide range of athletes, transcending boundaries of geography, gender, shape, and size. “Born ...

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Glanville Returns to ESPN

Doug Glanville returning to ESPN's SportsCenter ready to talk baseball in advance of opening day 2019.

After a two-year hiatus, Doug Glanville is returning to ESPN as a baseball analyst with recurring appearances on “Baseball Tonight,” “SportsCenter,” and other ESPN morning programming. Glanville will continue with his primary role as the baseball insider for the Chicago Cubs on NBC Sports Chicago where he provides color commentary ...

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