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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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“Never . . . did I think I would be part of a company that put my hometown on the map”

ESPN salutes Bristol, Conn., native Cheryl Therriault, our longest-tenured employee, who retires Friday after more than 39 years.

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ESPN History

#TBT: 1982 U.S. Open

ESPN’s relationship with the United States Golf Association (USGA) began with the 1982 U.S. Open, which was won by Tom…

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#TBT: A look at ESPN’s TV newsrooms through the years

Editor’s note: Welcome to another edition of Front Row’s #TBT: Throwback Thursday. The 17th anniversary of the launch of ESPNEWS…

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