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Part 3: Countdown to Christmas Eve’s ‘SportsCenter Presents: 2020 – Heroes, History and Hope’

A three-hour SportsCenter special looks at a year like no other and Front Row looks back at its own remarkable storytelling efforts

EDITOR’S NOTE: Debuting Christmas Eve (8 p.m. ET, ESPN), SportsCenter Presents: 2020 – Heroes, History and Hope is a three-hour presentation hosted by Jeremy Schaap and Lisa Salters. Guiding viewers on a journey like no other, during a year like no other, the special is divided into three, one-hour programs, grouped into larger subject areas of: Heroes, History and Hope.

This week, Front Row shares its own content pertaining to those universal themes. Today, we honor the Hope ESPN chronicled in 2020 . MONDAY: HEROES | TUESDAY: HISTORY

Wednesday, Front Row published this pictorial special: “Visions of 2020 – What ESPN Journalists Learned.” Be sure to visit ESPN Press Room for the company’s historical document: ESPN, INC.: 2020 IN REVIEW.

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FEEL GOOD FRIDAY

ABC News correspondent – and former ESPN reporter – Kaylee Hartung donates her COVID-19 antibodies to help fellow patients. Learn more about her story in Feel Good Friday.

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COMEBACK STORY: ESPN VP, DIGITAL PROGRAMMING, JOHN LASKER, EXPERIENCES HEALTH SCARE

John Lasker, his wife Denise and four daughters:Emma, Abby, Delaney and Kaelyn (John Lasker/ESPN)

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FRONT ROW TWITTER: INSIDE LOOK AT ESPN PODCASTS’ WOJ POD “THE GIANNIS DRAFT”


ESPNPR INSTAGRAM: COLLEGE GAMEDAY AT THE MASTERS


ESPNPR FACEBOOK: JOURNALISM SHOWCASE: SC FEATURED SEASON PREMIERE

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