Attention, sports fans: In an attempt to make it easier than ever to receive unlimited streaming sports on your smartphone, Disney's ESPN has begun talks with either AT&T or Verizon to pick up the tab for any bandwidth overage you might create using the ESPN app to watch sports. Show More Summary
The iconic sports station is apparently in discussions to subsidize the way people watch sports on their smartphones.
Well, ESPN2 technically. But yeah, this is happening on Monday: Read more...
Scandal! ESPN just aired its Best Of First Take clip show, which included a particularly fart-y piece of footage from this morning's edition of First Take, and where there was once a fart, there is a fart no more! Read more...
If Chrissy is as weird as he is ON camera, what is he like OFF camera and at home?? ESPN’s E:60 Spotlights Miami Heat Forward Chris Bosh Zesty is his name…smh Image via YouTube
ESPN recently spoke with Seth Myers of "Saturday Night Live" about hosting a late-night talk show according to ESPN president John Skipper during an interview with Jason McIntyre of BigLeadSports.com. Skipper admits that ESPN was "interested," however, Myers spurned ESPN to take over Jimmy Fallon's late-night spot on NBC. Show More Summary
The Colts didn’t make a significant offseason addition at running back, in part because they think last year’s fifth-rounder Vick Ballard’s all the back they need. According to Paul Kuharsky of ESPN.com, Colts coach Chuck Pagano is inclined to go into the season with Ballard as his lead back, using former first-rounder Donald Brown as…
It's been a big week of announcements at ESPN. They announced -- among other things -- at their upfront in New York Tuesday that a soccer studio show would be added to the daily ESPN2 lineup. And word emerged via the Wall Street Journal...Show More Summary
ESPN analyst Herm Edwards raised an important and relevant point in this discussion about how the Chicago Bears hope to elevate quarterback Jay Cutler this season. "Sometimes he hangs on to the big play too much," Edwards said. "[He] wants to make the extraordinary play rather than moving the chains. Show More Summary
Former ESPN anchor basically went wild in the press box after Boston rallied to victory.
You better enjoy this year's Miami-Florida matchup while you can. There is a good chance it will be the last one you see for quite some time. According to Andrea Adelson of ESPN, Miami athletic director Blake James said during the ACC...Show More Summary
We've reached that time of year when networks reach out to important advertisers at their "upfront" presentations. For ESPN, this means a glamorous event in New York where some of the network's most important personalities schmooze with...Show More Summary
In ESPN The Magazine's May issue, Marin Cogan profiled the young tennis phenom Sloane Stephens. Stephens absolutely trashes Williams in the interview, saying Williams hadn't spoken to her since they played (and Serena lost) at the Australian Open. Show More Summary
April 29, 2013. It's a day that will live forever in the LGBT community. That's when Jason Collins came out publicly in Sports Illustrated. It's also the same day that ESPN NBA insider Chris Broussard went on Outside the Lines to say...Show More Summary
Just over two weeks after Chris Broussard, who covers the NBA for ESPN, made controversial comments about the NBA player who had announced that he is gay, the network’s president said it erred in its coverage. “I think we did … Continue reading ?
As the host of Outside the Lines, Bob Ley is the face of ESPN's strongest journalistic and investigative efforts. He's also the face of goofy screengrabs, but that only adds to his appeal. Yesterday morning on his highly entertaining...Show More Summary
My guess is you'll gravitate toward the Mr. Belding story, and then the Venezuelan dancer video.
All Times Eastern College Football College Football Live -- ESPN, 3:30 p.m. Cycling Giro d'Italia Stage 11: Cave del Predil to Erto -- beIN Sport, 9:30 a.m. Tour of California Stage 4: Santa Clarita to Santa Barbara -- NBC Sports Network,...Show More Summary
Over the last several years, ESPN has often veered into the territory of being a mouthpiece for the left on social issues and a weapon for various big-moneyed interests in sports, attacking or promoting various individuals, franchises, or programs without much basis in fact. Show More Summary