If you are a fan of 3D sports, there is some bad news on the horizon as the US sports television network ESPN has confirmed in a press announcement that they are ending their ESPN 3D service before the year is out. This will be bad news for those that have 3D televisions and subscribe [...]
It has recently been reported that Tony Parker has a mild hamstring strain, which he seemed to have suffered in the middle of Game 3 (via ESPN). He's questionable for Game 4, which isn't exactly the best news for San Antonio Spurs' fans. Show More Summary
Last night’s 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifying contest between the United States and Panama delivered ESPN’s second most-watched and second highest-rated FIFA World Cup
Major League Baseball's case against 20 of its players has just gotten stronger. According to ESPN, a judge in Miami-Dade County declined to dismiss a lawsuit filed by MLB against associates in the Biogenesis Clinic scandal. Judge Ronald...Show More Summary
ESPN's corporate layoffs that were reported to be in the hundreds were given a disheartening public face on Wednesday when it was reported by John Koblin that longtime stats guru Howie Schwab was one of the longtime ESPN employees cut loose by the company. Show More Summary
Stephen Jackson rather enjoyed hitting a fan back in 2004. The former San Antonio Spurs star who was released from the team in April was on ESPN's Highly Questionable to discuss a great many things, delivering answers with the honesty we have come to expect. Show More Summary
Back in March, we told you about a defamation lawsuit that former Syracuse assistant Bernie Fine filed against ESPN. Fine was the subject of an ESPN report indicating him in sexual abuse allegations, but was not charged after a yearlong...Show More Summary
ESPN personality Howie Schwab was fired today as part of the company's mass layoffs. Schwab hosted a quiz show called "Stump the Schwab" a few years ago, and has worked on a handful of shows since. After he was fired, he took to Facebook to say the company only fired him because of his salary. Show More Summary
Round 2 of the ESPN bloodletting began today, and a source tells us that Howie Schwab—remember Stump the Schwab?—was among those let go. Read more...
The shroud of mystery surrounding Doc Rivers continues to leave many unsure, the Celtics included, as to what his plans are for the future. ESPN reported on Wednesday that Rivers believes “it may be time for a change” in his status as Celtics head coach. But a league source contacted by CSNNE.com on Wednesday indicated that Rivers [...]
The 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup kicks off Friday with hosts Brazil facing Japan, which will be shown live on ESPN beginning at 2:30pm ET. The complete TV schedule as well as coverage plans are available, and today ESPN announced the … Continue reading ? ESPN Announces Commentators and Pundits for 2013 Confederations Cup is a post from World Soccer Talk.
Schwab starred on the ESPN 2 game show "Stump the Schwab"
ESPN is shutting down their 3D channel, three years after it started. They're doing this because nobody wants to watch TV in 3D. Most Americans could probably have told ESPN that back in 2010, when they announced the channel. [ Comment on this story ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
On Wednesday, ESPN announced it was pulling the plug on its 3D channel after three years — a move that follows AT&T's exit from the market. After being touted as the "next big thing" in 2010, 3D TVs appear to be going the way of the Flip camera That's not remotely the case, however. Show More Summary
If you weren't aware of ESPN's 3D channel, don't worry, you're not alone. The channel launched in 2010 has been marred by two things that ruin any capitalistic venture - high cost and low demand. 3D television hasn't quite taken offShow More Summary
A day after the San Antonio Spurs massacred the Miami Heat 113-77, Heat players and coaches re-watched film of the game. It did not go well. Chris Bosh told JA Adande of ESPN about the film of the game, "It was worse than a horror movie." Bosh is probably referring to a the second half. Show More Summary
A lack of interest in 3D viewing at home has claimed one of its first major victims today, as ESPN announced its 3D channel is going to shut down. ESPN 3D launched back in 2010 with coverage of the FIFA World Cup, but it will not make it to the next one, or to see ESPN's new Monday Night Football deal. Show More Summary
That was it. That was 3DTV's best chance. ESPN just decided to discontinue its push for 3DTV sporting events, deciding its time would be better spent focusing on traditional high resolution broadcasts and Tim Tebow daguerreotypes. And that, in a nutshell, effectively kills 3DTV's chances of ever going mainstream. Read more...
”ESPN’s commitment to 3D is a win for fans and our business partners,” said [ESPN President George] Bodenheimer. “ESPN 3D marries great content with new technology to enhance the fan’s viewing experience and puts ESPN at the forefront...Show More Summary
Magic Johnson's support of the Los Angeles Lakers signing Dwight Howard comes with strings attached. Speaking on a conference call about ABC and ESPN's coverage of the NBA Finals, Magic ripped Superman's offensive game or rather, lack thereof, saying the All-Star center has a lot of work to do this summer. Show More Summary