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Behind The Scenes

Smith prepared for dream job of anchoring SC6

When he was young, Michael Smith's answer to what he wanted to be when he grew up was "SportsCenter anchor."…

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Sports industry sends tributes to ESPN legend Chris Berman

In response to the news Thursday that ESPN stalwart Chris Berman will be transitioning into a new role with the…

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#LCo5KSC: Former, current ESPN colleagues salute Linda Cohn

We wind down our week of celebration for Linda Cohn's impending 5,000th SportsCenter (Sunday, 8 a.m. ET, ESPN) with another…

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Behind The Glasses: SVP through the years #SCSVP

C3PO is not expected to be at Scott Van Pelt's side when the anchor hosts the midnight SportsCenter debuting Sept.…

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ESPN honors and tributes highlight Sports Emmys Awards

At the Sports Emmys in New York on Tuesday, ESPN matched its best-ever result of 11 awards. The program also…

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“The Kingmaker” Al Jaffe retiring after a stellar 28-year ESPN run

Vice President, Talent Negotiation and Production Recruitment, Al Jaffe retires Friday. Over the course of his 28-year ESPN career, he…

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Remembering Stuart Scott

Stuart Scott, a longtime anchor at ESPN, died this morning at the age of 49. Fans, friends and colleagues expressed…

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The Lineup: 9 ESPN “Mamba Moments”

Kobe Bryant is poised to surpass Michael Jordan on the NBA's career scoring list - possibly on ESPN tonight against…

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The Monday Lineup: 11 ESPN moments from the weekend PLUS ESPN gets social with World Cup

ESPN's Social Media Team adds to the excitement surrounding the 2014 FIFA World Cup by interacting with millions of other…

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The Monday Lineup: 15 ESPN moments from the weekend

ESPN's cameras were with Michael Sam when he learned the St. Louis Rams drafted him. Check out reaction to that…

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ESPN History

Stuart Scott remembers: U.S. troops overseas, covering the ’96 Olympic bombing and a horse in the ESPN men’s room

Since joining ESPN in 1993 for the launch of ESPN2, Stuart Scott has become a mainstay as an 11 p.m.…

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