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ESPNEntertainment and Sports Programming Network
ESPNEast Penn Railroad (Kennett Square, PA)
ESPNEconomic, Social, Political, Environmental
ESPNEuropean Society for Paediatric Nephrology (est. 1967)
ESPNEnological Society of the Pacific Northwest (wine enthusiasts' organization)
ESPNEuropean Society for Pediatric Neurosurgery (est. 1967)
ESPNÉquipements sous Pression Nucléaires (French: Equipment Under Nuclear Pressure)
ESPNExtended Stochastic Petri Net (mathematical engineering)
ESPNEastside Suburban Peace Network (Seattle, WA)
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ESPN will continue to cover Bonds as it does, separately from Tollin.
While Bristol, CT-based ESPN updates scores in traditional fashion, via onscreen "windows" during broadcasts, "Deuce," as the second network is called by some viewers, last year featured "Jock-and-Roll," scores set to rock music.
ESPN: Will present a simulcast of ESPN Deportes' Spanish-language flag-to-flag coverage of the race to more than 92 million homes in the U.
For an opposing viewpoint, ESPN ``College GameDay'' host Chris Fowler offers: ``Personally, I'd rather go out to see `King Kong' than some of these games.
Through the relationship, Verizon Wireless customers who sign up for a V CAST subscription will receive exclusive access to a variety of ESPN content choices, including Mobile ESPN, the award-winning, immersive sports content application which was the heart of the Mobile ESPN MVNO service.
Aside from bringing in ESPN, Giarraputo invited seven high-profile sports writers - including Sports Illustrated's Peter King, the St.
Through our marketing partnerships with ESPN, MTV, Sundance and Dwell, we're able to demonstrate to consumers that Olevia is a smart choice - whether focused on excellence in technology and performance or elegance in design.
Sports Illustrated for Kids selected RealLiveSports's signature product, the ESPN Play by Play, as a "Gotta Get It" product.
NHL playoffs: Conference finals, Game 1, ESPN, 4 p.
The company is comprised of six domestic television networks (ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN Classic, ESPNEWS, ESPN Deportes, ESPNU), ESPN and ESPN2 HD simulcast services, ESPN Regional Television, ESPN International (networks, syndication, radio, web sites), ESPN Radio, ESPN.
NBA playoffs: Conference quarterfinal games (if necessary), ESPN, 3, 5:30 and 8 p.
Growing our business in Europe is a key strategic initiative for us," said Russell Wolff, managing director of ESPN International.