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A Continuing Tradition of Joy: Little League World Series Through the Years

As Little League International extends its partnership with ESPN through 2030, a look at images highlighting Little League World Series…

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FWAA presents first annual “Edward Aschoff Rising Star Award” in memory of ESPN CFB reporter

Today, the first annual "Edward Aschoff Rising Star Award" was awarded to The Athletic's David Ubben.

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Production Notes: ACC Network Celebrates Its First Anniversary

ACCN commentators, executives, and ACC Commissioner John Swofford share some of their favorite moments from network's inaugural year.

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ESPN Wins Eight Sports Emmy Awards to Lead Industry

“At a time when we have been reminded of the important place sports has in the lives of fans, we…

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‘A distinctive, diverse, highly versatile team that would clearly differentiate our content from the rest’

On Aug. 17, ESPN Radio debuts a new lineup. SVP, Production, David Roberts explains how the new programming was created.

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ESPN’s Soraya McDonald Named Pulitzer Prize Finalist In The Category Of Criticism

The Undefeated's culture critic lands the first Pulitzer finalist citation for ESPN content with her "essays on theater and film…

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Phil Dean Named New Producer Of ESPN’s Monday Night Football

A 28-year ESPN employee, Dean discusses his NFL background, the craft of producing, and how he’s approaching MNF.

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“It’s incredibly important to stay connected with fans and be there for them . . .”

ESPN SVP, Marketing, Laura Gentile, provides details behind the latest "There's No Place Like Sports" spot.

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2 Analysts + 0 Play-By-Play = A LOT OF Jimmy Dykes and Fran Fraschilla

Tonight in Spokane, ESPN's CBB game analysts are running point for San Francisco-Gonzaga (11 ET, ESPN2). Here's why.

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ESPN Remembers Former Chairman Of The Board Herb Granath

Herb Granath, ESPN's chairman of the board from 1984-2000, died Nov. 26th in Stamford, Conn. He was 91.

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“What Kind Of Mentor Could I Be To A Lieutenant Colonel In The United States Marine Corps?”

ESPN national correspondent and Navy veteran Sal Paolantonio answered his own question after Carlos Vallejo job-shadowed him during Philadelphia Eagles…

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ESPN Mourns The Passing Of Jerry McKinnis, Host Of The Fishin’ Hole

The ESPN community is saddened to learn of the passing of Jerry McKinnis, the longtime host of ESPN’s first outdoors…

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ESPN Remembers Pioneering Sportscaster Lou Palmer

Lou Palmer, the first sportscaster hired by ESPN, has died. Friends and colleagues hail a "true ESPN original."

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#SCTop10Day: “Greatness can happen anywhere, by anyone.”

ESPN has been traveling to the hometowns of youth athletes whose plays have been featured on SportsCenter’s Top 10 plays.…

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The Story Changes, While the Message Endures: “I Have Parkinson’s Disease,” ESPN Founder Bill Rasmussen

ESPN founder Bill Rasmussen: "I was diagnosed in 2014 and this is the first time I’m sharing my diagnosis publicly."

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