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  2. ESPN FC - Wikipedia

    ESPN FC (formerly ESPN SoccerNet) is a U.S. television studio program covering soccer that is broadcast daily over the streaming service ESPN+.ESPN FC's origin was a website owned by ESPN Inc. Originally established in 1995 as SoccerNet, the website was acquired by ESPN in 1999.

  3. List of NBA on ESPN commentators - Wikipedia

    The following people are commentators for ESPN's NBA coverage: Cory Alexander (game analyst and the NBA on ESPN Radio) Malika Andrews (sideline reporter, 2020–present; also worked as ESPN & ABC's sideline reporter for the 2021 NBA Finals) Jon Barry (lead radio analyst, TV studio analyst) Matt Barnes (studio analyst) Jay Bilas (game analyst)

  4. List of ESPN personalities - Wikipedia

    Quint Kessenich (2005–present): lacrosse and ESPN College Football and College Basketball on ESPN; Mel Kiper, Jr. (1984–present): NFL Draft and scouting; Hilary Knight (2021-present): NHL on ESPN; Tim Kurkjian (1998–present): Baseball Tonight; Tim Legler (2000–present): NBA on ESPN, NBA Shootaround and NBA Fastbreak; Trevor Matich: ESPN ...

  5. History of ESPN - Wikipedia

    Origins. ESPN was founded by Bill Rasmussen, his son Scott Rasmussen, then 43 year old eye doctor and Aetna insurance agent Ed Eagan. Bill, who had an affinity with sports for much of his life, was fired from his position as the communications manager for the New England Whalers in 1978.

  6. ESPN Films - Wikipedia

    ESPN Films, formerly known as ESPN Original Entertainment (EOE), is an American production company which produces and distributes sports films and documentaries.It is owned by ESPN Inc., a joint venture between The Walt Disney Company (which owns a controlling 80% stake) and Hearst Communications (which owns the remaining 20%).

  7. List of past ESPN personalities - Wikipedia

    J.C. Pearson: ESPN College Football; Andy Petree: 2007-2014 (NASCAR on ESPN), now analyst for Fox Sports; Digger Phelps: 1993–2014 College Gameday and College GameNight; Steve Phillips: 2005–2009 (Baseball Tonight and MLB coverage) Bill Raftery: 1980–2010: ESPN College Basketball; now with Fox Sports; J.P. Ricciardi: Baseball Tonight

  8. List of ESPN sports properties - Wikipedia

    1996–2008 (ESPN continued to produce the broadcasts of five races that aired on ABC through 2018, including the Indianapolis 500.) CART on ESPN. 1980–2001; 2007 (series merged with IRL, beginning with the 2008 season) NASCAR on ESPN. 1981–2000 (Contracts with individual races) 2001–2002 (Contract with NASCAR, Truck Series only)

  9. List of ESPN/ABC golf commentators - Wikipedia

    The following is a list of commentators who have worked for ABC Sports golf coverage and Golf on ESPN coverage from 1962 until the present. Note that golf on both platforms has effectively been presented by the same anchors since ABC's purchase of ESPN in 1984.