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Executive Voice: Oscar Ramos – Learn How ESPN Commemorates Hispanic Heritage Month With Five Tentpole Projects

Singer J Balvin, MLB star Francisco Lindor, Olympians Mónica Puig and Marlén Esparza are among those interviewed in “Somos” features exploring Latinos’ contributions to sports


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Who Is James Blake?

The ESPN analyst – providing insight into the US Open this week – and former tennis star keeps busy with a variety of endeavors but places a priority on one


Journalism Showcase: “E60” Explains How Former Iran Hostage Reconnected With His Family At Mets Games

After being held captive for 444 days in Iran, Barry Rosen and 51 other U.S. Embassy colleagues were released on Jan. 20, 1981. Learn how a lifetime MLB game pass helped Rosen form a bond with family in “Ticket Home on an E60 (Tuesday, Sept. 14, 7 p.m. ET, ESPN2, ESPN+).


The ESPN “PRod Pod”: Episode 8, Chris LaPlaca

It’s only appropriate the recording of this episode took place on Sept. 7, 2021 – 42 years to the day that ESPN first signed on as a spunky upstart in the fledgling cable industry. Soon thereafter, a bright-eyed, eager St. Bonaventure University graduate, Chris LaPlaca, joined the ESPN PR team in Bristol, Conn., recalling how his first “office” was located in a trailer with a view of a scrap metal shop.


The Life of a Researcher at the US Open

“People might have the misconception that we’re just a bunch of computer nerds that generate stats all day. We are legitimate storytellers and work to tell an interesting story with numbers.”


“Sole Survivor,” new from ESPN’s Black History Always series, Highlights the “King of Sneakerheads” Jaysse Lopez

The latest special from The Undefeated on ESPN+ profiles Jaysse Lopez, who rose from panhandling on the Las Vegas Strip to build.a multimillion dollar business.


Executive Voice: John T. Grant – ESPN Continues Its Commitment To HBCUs At Cricket MEAC/SWAC Challenge

Revisit College GameDay Built by The Home Depot’s Week 0 Atlanta visit and mark your calendars for more HBCU football action this weekend on ESPN platforms


Executive Voice: Mark Walker – ESPN Edge Innovation Center Launches Today

We are so excited to announce that ESPN has launched the ESPN Edge Innovation Center, aiming to collaborate with other leaders in technology to explore how new technologies like 5G, Augmented and Virtual Reality (AR/VR) and mobile edge computing (MEC) can enable new ways for fans to experience sports.


A Special Send Off for ESPN’s Jackie MacMullan

Jackie MacMullan announced her ESPN retirement two weeks ago, and today, August 31, she will make her final on-air appearance. Fittingly, she’ll finish her ESPN tenure on Around The Horn (ESPN2, 5 p.m. ET with re-airs on ESPNEWS at 8 p.m. and 11 p.m.) Not only has MacMullan been a leading NBA coverage voice for forty years, she has …


Longhorn Network Turns 10: Growth and Gratitude from Some of the Launch Team

Today, Longhorn Network, ESPN’s 24-hour network devoted to the University of Texas, celebrates its 10th anniversary. A group of original “LHNers” recall some of their favorite memories and reflect how LHN has grown since its launch on August 26, 2011. 


US Open 2021 Block Party

ESPN’s promotional campaign for the 2021 US Open – the last of tennis’ four Major championships of the year – debuts today with the original spot “Smile.” Chris McClure, Senior Creative Director and Cheryl DiCarlo, Director, both of ESPN’s in house creative agency Grande & Leonard Creative, worked on the spot and say the idea …


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