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99th Australian Open - January 18, 2011

Posted by Dave Nagle on March 30, 2015

Transcript: ESPN / Tennis Conference Call with Fernandez, Gilbert

ESPN tennis analysts Mary Joe Fernandez and Brad Gilbert spoke with media today on a wide range of tennis topics. Currently, ESPN3 is providing live all-day coverage from the three main stadiums at the Miami Open presented by Itaú, with ESPN television joining for 25 hours starting Wednesday, April 1, through the weekend’s women’s and [...]

Category: Tennis

ESPN

Posted by Dave Nagle on March 24, 2015

ESPN, Inc. – Industry-Leading 57 Sports Emmy Nominations

ESPN, Inc. led the industry with 57 Sports Emmy Award nominations for 2014 across its platforms – ESPN, ESPN2, ABC, ESPN Deportes, ESPN.com, ESPNEWS, espnW, Grantland.com, WatchESPN, and in its first year of eligibility, SEC Network. The announcement was made today by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences; the winners will be announced Tuesday, May 5, in New York.

Pic - Control Room Miami 2014

Posted by Dave Nagle on March 16, 2015

ESPN / Tennis Conference Call with Evert, P.McEnroe & Shriver

ESPN tennis analysts Chrissie Evert, Patrick McEnroe and Pam Shriver spoke with media today. Currently, ESPN3 is providing live all-day coverage from the three main stadiums at the BNP Paribas Open, with ESPN television joining on Thursday, March 19, through Sunday’s women’s and men’s championships.

Category: Tennis

Posted by Dave Nagle on February 13, 2015

ESPN Statement Concerning FIFA World Cup TV Rights

“We were not invited to be involved in this process. Considering the high quality presentation that ESPN demonstrated and the exposure we brought to FIFA events through all our platforms, it was surprising and disappointing to learn of this when the press release was issued.” -30-

Category: Soccer, World Cup

SportsCenter - January 26, 2015

Posted by Dave Nagle on February 2, 2015

ESPN Delivers a Super Audience during Super Bowl Week

More than Seven Billion Minutes Viewed of NFL Programming ESPN aired 346 hours of NFL programming during Super Bowl Week across its networks, and American households spent more than seven billion minutes viewing the coverage surrounding Super Bowl XLIX. From the Pro Bowl on Sunday, Jan. 25, to NFL PrimeTime after New England’s thrilling 28-24 [...]

Category: NFL