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ESPN is an American multinational basic cable sports channel owned by ESPN Inc., owned jointly by The Walt Disney Company (80%) and Hearst Communications (20%). The company was founded in 1979 by Bill Rasmussen along with his son Scott Rasmussen and Ed Egan.

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As a new "Monday Night Football" crew prepares for the season, it is also prepared to cover any protests that take place during the national anthem.
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ESPN report details more on Washington NFL team's toxic culture with interviews from four former female staffers

The women, who spoke with Jeremy Schapp of "Outside The Lines," say they were harassed and subjected to misogynistic and sexist behavior.
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Oscar De La Hoya plans to come out of retirement after 12 years away from ring

Oscar De La Hoya has been retired from professional boxing for nearly 12 years but plans on making a comeback, he told ESPN.
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You can save more than $70 a year on Disney+, Hulu and ESPN+—here's how

This Disney+ bundle comes with Hulu and ESPN+ access and can save you more than $70 per year on these streaming services—here's how to get it.
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Ex-NFL linebacker Reggie Williams driving force behind Disney sports complex hosting NBA bubble

Ex-Bengals linebacker Reggie Williams recalls key challenges in launching ESPN's Wide World of Sports complex now hosting NBA's "bubble" campaign.
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President Trump awards Medal of Freedom to former Olympic track star Jim Ryun, who talks about dishonoring flag

Jim Ryun was ranked greatest HS athlete of all time by ESPN. He was on cover of Sports Illustrated seven times before 25 and has Olympic silver medal.
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Sen. Kelly Loeffler intends on staying in WNBA, co-owning Atlanta Dream: 'They can't push me out'

Sen. Kelly Loeffler, R-Georgia, told ESPN she does not intend to sell her stake in the Atlanta Dream despite the WNBA's embrace of Black Lives Matter.
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ESPN's Rachel Nichols secretly recorded inside NBA bubble in Orlando

The host of "The Jump" is quarantining and broadcasting from her room at Disney World. The tape reveals a conversation about personnel matters.
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ESPN reporter Adrian Wojnarowski apologizes to Sen. Josh Hawley for profane email response

ESPN said Adrian Wojnarowski's profane email response to Sen. Josh Hawley was "unacceptable behavior and we do not condone it."
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Announcer Dave Lamont apologizes for comment made during ESPN college football call to discuss race

ESPN play-by-play announcer thought he was muted, but was overheard referring to conference call dealing with race as "venting," per New York Post.
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How a Kansas City liquor store manager broke news of Patrick Mahomes' record-setting contract

Less than two hours later, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs had agreed to terms on a 10-year extension.
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A decade later, 'The Decision' hardly represents LeBron James' true legacy

ESPN will premiere a docuseries Sunday that examines the infamous TV special when LeBron James devastated Cleveland by leaving for Miami.
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All winners and notable moments from 2020 ESPY Awards

All the winners and notable moments that occurred during the (virtual) 2020 ESPYS, ESPN's celebration of sports.
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Philadelphia Eagles TE Dallas Goedert punched at South Dakota bar, per report

Third-year pro Dallas Goedert was not seriously injured after what was apparently an unprovoked attack, according to reports from NJ.com, ESPN.
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ESPN's new Bruce Lee documentary, 'Be Water,' is a 'must-watch' look at racism in Hollywood, critics say

Critics call ESPN's new "30 for 30" Bruce Lee documentary, "Be Water," a "must-watch" for fans of the late actor and martial arts great.
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Lance Armstrong documentary on ESPN ends with moral contrast to his son, martyr-like speech

ESPN's two-part "30-for-30" film about disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong finishes with details of his downfall.
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Roy Halladay's drug addiction exposed in ESPN documentary 'Imperfect: The Roy Halladay Story'

ESPN documentary "Imperfect: The Roy Halladay Story" describes Halladay's drug addiction that few knew about before he died in a plane crash in 2017.
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Ex-NBA player, ESPN analyst Stephen Jackson remembers 'twin' George Floyd on social media

Former NBA player and current ESPN analyst Stephen Jackson grew up with George Floyd and remembered his "twin" on social media.
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Lance Armstrong says in film that stepfather 'beat the (expletive) out of me'

Part 1 of ESPN 30 for 30 film about Lance Armstrong delves into the corporal punishment the controversial cyclist received.
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Lance Armstrong ESPN documentary details forgery, grudges and 10,000 lies

Lance Armstrong saga still fascinates and is why ESPN is airing a new film about him. "He's likeable ... but he also did horrible things to people."
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Lance Armstrong apparently not in love with ESPN documentary in which he stars

The former cyclist gave the filmmaker generous access for two-part film on ESPN about his rise and fall. Although, he isn't totally in love with it.
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How ESPN could shake up its 'Monday Night Football' broadcast booth heading into 2020

ESPN needs a new 'Monday Night Football' broadcast booth. Here's a collection of play-by-play options, color commentary candidates and wild cards.
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Coronavirus stimulus payments, UFC on ESPN+ 29, Los Angeles-area beaches: 5 things to know Wednesday

Deadline to request direct deposit for coronavirus stimulus payments, LA-area beaches to reopen and more things to start your Wednesday.
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Joe Tessitore, Booger McFarland out at 'Monday Night Football', per reports

Joe Tessitore and Booger McFarland, part of ESPN's "Monday Night Football" broadcast team the past two seasons, won't return, according to reports.
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ESPN NFL draft analyst Todd McShay, recovered from COVID-19, opens up about 'dark place'

Speaking for first time publicly since his COVID-19 diagnosis, ESPN draft analyst Todd McShay opened up about 'dark place' and eagerness to see kids.
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The Korea Baseball Organization, which starts play May 5, will have games televised live on ESPN. Here are some players and story lines to watch.
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ESPN apologizes for graphic in Tee Higgins' NFL draft bio, will rethink airing tragic facts in future

After controversy over an NFL draft graphic about Tee Higgins, ESPN says it will "self-scout" airing tragic or traumatic player facts in the future.
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ESPN analyst Jay Bilas says Michael Jordan isn't the GOAT — in college, that is. It's Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.

ESPN analyst Jay Bilas says Kareem Abdul-Jabbar -- and not Michael Jordan --- is hands down the best NCAA player in history.
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Warriors' Draymond Green criticizes Michael Jordan in defense of Scottie Pippen

Draymond Green defended Scottie Pippen's actions during the 1997-98 season after watching ESPN's documentary The Last Dance.
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'The Last Dance' frenzy: Twitter goes nuts for Chicago Bulls, Michael Jordan documentary premiere on ESPN

Twitter went nuts for the premiere of "The Last Dance," the ESPN documentary series about the dominance of Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls.
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Snoop Dogg, DeAndre Hopkins, Lil Yachty among celebs, NFL stars in ESPN Madden NFL 20 tournament

The Madden NFL 20 celebrity tournament is star-studded with Snoop Dogg, DeAndre Hopkins, Lil Yachty, Pat McAfee, Melvin Gordon and more taking part.
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ESPN asked its 100 highest paid commentators, including most of its top talent, to take voluntary 15% pay cuts over the next three months.
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Dodgers batboy for Kirk Gibson's 'impossible' 1988 World Series home run: 'I still get chills'

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ESPN college basketball analyst Jay Bilas says the NCAA should "postpone the NCAA tournament or cancel it altogether."
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James Harden, in an exclusive interview with ESPN, said reigning MVP Giannis Antetokuonmpo's run and dunk style "take no skill at all."
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Mark Cuban thankful he did not buy MLB team as he criticizes sport: 'Baseball is a mess'

Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban tweeted a link to Rob Manfred's recent ESPN interview and declared he was "thankful (MLB) didn't let me buy a team."
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Browns' Myles Garrett maintains Steelers QB Mason Rudolph used racial slur before brawl

In an interview with ESPN, Myles Garrett again alleged that Steelers QB Mason Rudolph directed a racial slur at him prior to helmet-swinging incident.
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SEC commissioner, SEC Network condemn ESPN analyst for 'scantily clad girls' gymnastics comment

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A story from ESPN anchor Elle Duncan on 'girl dad' Kobe Bryant spawns the hashtag #girldad with loving tributes
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Bengals' Duke Tobin on ESPN report about team not trading top NFL draft pick: 'News to me'

ESPN's Adam Schefter reported Sunday that the Bengals have no intention of trading the No. 1 overall pick in April's draft.
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ESPN reporter Edward Aschoff, who died last month, had Stage 4 non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, fiancée says

Late ESPN reporter Edward Aschoff, who died Dec. 24, had Stage 4 non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, his fiancée posted on Twitter. He was 34 years old.
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Jacksonville Jaguars refute report that coach Doug Marrone will be dismissed after Sunday's game

The Jacksonville Jaguars on Saturday refuted an ESPN report that head coach Doug Marrone would be dismissed after Sunday's game.
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