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ESPN (tv network)

ESPN (tv network)
Launched in 1979, ESPN is a 24-hour sports broadcasting network based in Bristol, Connecticut. The channel's acronym stands for Entertainment and Sports Programming Network.
Launched in 1979, ESPN is a 24-hour sports broadcasting network based in Bristol, Connecticut. The channel's acronym stands for Entertainment and Sports Programming Network. « Show less

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  • Ex-Terp Williams, Baltimore native Selby selected in NBA draft

    Ex-Terp Williams, Baltimore native Selby selected in NBA draft
    With the 36th pick in Thursday night's NBA draft, former Maryland Terrapins forward Jordan Williams' dreams became a reality. Thirteen picks later, a turbulent past year for Baltimore native Josh Selby culminated with his joining Williams among the...
  • Moviegoers are showing signs of 3-D fatigue

    Moviegoers are showing signs of 3-D fatigue
    Debora Bell would be glad "if 3-D went away." The Rockville printer is just the kind of filmgoer Hollywood wants to keep happy. Her family goes to movies every week. They get to the first screenings they can, usually at the 3-D-equipped AMC Columbia or...
  • Nick Charles

    Nick Charles
    Nick Charles, a pioneering figure in cable TV sports at CNN and one-time Baltimore broadcaster at WJZ-TV, died Saturday at his home in New Mexico, according to the cable news network. He was 64 and had been battling bladder cancer since 2009. Mr....
  • CNN sportscaster Nick Charles dead at 64

    CNN sportscaster Nick Charles dead at 64
    Nick Charles, a pioneering figure in cable TV sports at CNN and one-time Baltimore broadcaster at WJZ-TV, died Saturday at his home in New Mexico, according to the cable news network. He was 64 and had been battling bladder cancer since 2009. Mr....
  • U.S. team has a lot to prove at Women's World Cup

    U.S. team has a lot to prove at Women's World Cup
    It was 1991, and Mia Hamm was only 19 years old, the baby of the group. Julie Foudy and Kristine Lilly were only 20. They were the stars of the future. But by the time the final whistle sounded on a cool and overcast day in Guangzhou, China, all those...
  • Is Camden Yards attendance really reeling from Pujols injury?

    Is Camden Yards attendance really reeling from Pujols injury?
    On Tuesday night, Albert Pujols missed his first road game this season, much to the chagrin of Baltimore baseball fans who had hoped to see one of the sport's best players at Camden Yards. Following a collision at first base nine days ago, Pujols -- an...
  • Rotation's short stints spell end of Rapada's tenure with Orioles

    Rotation's short stints spell end of Rapada's tenure with Orioles
    The inability of the Orioles' rotation to go deep into games claimed its first victim of 2011: left-handed reliever Clay Rapada. The lefty specialist who was 0-0 with a 7.30 ERA in 22 appearances this season was designated for assignment Wednesday when...
  • Bar review: Baltimore Taphouse is a low-key beer mecca

    Bar review: Baltimore Taphouse is a low-key beer mecca
    Baltimore Taphouse in Canton looks just fine when you walk in. It's a long, narrow hall, with plenty of beer on tap and a pool table at the back. But the first sign that you might be in better hands than you thought is found above the cash register....
  • Brice R. Phillips, Phillips Seafood founder, dies

    Brice R. Phillips, Phillips Seafood founder, dies
    Brice R. Phillips, the patriarch of a Maryland seafood empire that began 55 years ago with a simple crab shack in Ocean City/, died Friday at his home in the seaside resort town. Mr. Phillips, who was 90, had been in declining health. The cause of...
  • NFL player grievances still don't add up

    In his recent column, Ravens cornerback Dominique Foxworth presents a thoughtful case regarding the players stance on the current NFL labor impasse, but I find his comments to be largely very offensive ("For players, safety and post-NFL life are keys,"...
  • A few out-of-line ideas about baseball realignment

    A few out-of-line ideas about baseball realignment
    Major League Baseball is considering realigning its leagues and divisions. Proposals have ranged from adding two teams to the 14 currently in the American League, thus equaling the number in the National League, to moving the Houston Astros to the...
  • Maryland offensive coordinator Crowton might be fool's gold

    Gary Crowton might be fool's gold. The new Maryland offensive boss comes in with a shiny resume. The man won a national title at LSU. He directed the offense for Oregon’s 2005 squad that went 10-1 and won the Fiesta Bowl behind Kellen Clemens' savvy...