Teri Couch

I finished college a semester early so prior to graduation I was doing some temp work for an agency that brought me to a relatively unknown place called The Entertainment and Sports Programming Network. I never imagined that what started as a temporary position would turn into full-time employment – let alone working for that company for more than 33 years (and counting!). I have worked in affiliate marketing, consumer marketing and for the last 27 years in the Communications Department. It’s been an amazing journey – in the beginning always having to explain what ESPN was when people would ask where I worked to just saying ESPN (no explanation needed!). I’m a Connecticut native and graduated with a marketing degree from Western New England College (now Western New England University) in Springfield, Mass., in 1982. (Go Golden Bears!) I oversee our media website – ESPN MediaZone – and the TV Listings for 29 of our domestic and international networks/platforms. I also help out with some of the PR efforts for our Corporate Citizenship area. I am a Red Sox fan and a huge supporter of the Special Olympics.
Special Olympics

Meet The Childhood Friend And Special Olympics Athlete Who Inspires Dwayne Johnson

Milton McBride Rosen's story, co-produced by Robin Roberts, Dwayne Johnson and Dany Garcia, debuts on GMA and SportsCenter today as…
Watch This

#TBT: ESPN2’s 2008 Australian Open Marathon

Ten years ago, ESPN2 telecast 14 hours, 43 minutes of the 2008 Australian Open - delivering marathon live coverage to…

#TBT: ESPN & SportsCenter turn 38

ESPN and SportsCenter celebrate their 38th birthday today, September 7. ESPN launched on this date in 1979 with debuting their…
ESPN History

#TBT: Before WNBA Draft ’17 unfolds, a look at Rebecca Lobo circa ’97

#TBT: In 1997, future network analyst Rebecca Lobo scores her first WNBA on ESPN basket. Lobo is part of ESPN2's…
Behind The Scenes

At Special Olympics Austria, Dustin Plunkett continues transition from athlete to ESPN commentator

Dustin Plunkett is the "heart and soul of the Special Olympics movement," his ESPN colleagues covering the 2017 World Winter…
ESPN History

#TBT: ESPN and the NFL kick off together in 1987

#TBT: On March 15, 1987, ESPN announced that it had been awarded the NFL’s first cable TV agreement. Watch a…
ESPN History

#TBT: ESPN sails into new territory with America’s Cup

Thirty years ago this week, ESPN provided innovative live coverage of the America's Cup from Australia. #TBT revisits that milestone.
ESPN Audio

#TBT: Celebrating ESPN Radio’s 25th anniversary

#TBT continues ESPN Radio's 25th anniversary celebration with a look at the co-hosts of The Dan Patrick Show.
ESPN History

#TBT: ESPN salutes National Aviation Day

In anticipation of National Aviation Day on Aug. 19, #TBT revisits a time when the land that's home to ESPN's…
ESPN History

#TBT: Beckham’s 2007 debut with MLS’ LA Galaxy on ESPN2

#TBT: Nine years ago today, soccer superstar David Beckham of the LA Galaxy made his MLS debut on ESPN2. The…
ESPN History

#TBT: ESPN and Wimbledon continue to serve each other well

ESPN's Wimbledon coverage has evolved from sharing content with the BBC to providing about 1,500 hours on the 2016 action…
ESPN History


#TBT: As the College World Series unfolds on ESPN, review the network's history with the event with a throwback action…

ESPN helps Special Olympics reach Unified Sports milestone

Due in part to its relationship with ESPN, Special Olympics International recently achieved a major milestone in its history –…
ESPN History

#TBT: WNBA tips off

This year marks the 20th season of the WNBA, and ESPN has been there from the start. #TBT celebrates the…
ESPN History

#TBT: NCAA Hockey Championship on ESPN since 1980

The Frozen Four unfolds tonight and Saturday on ESPN2. #TBT provides a photographic look at ESPN's history with NCAA men's…