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  1. USA Loses Women’s World Cup Final; Hollywood Reacts on Twitter

    3:24 pm 7/17/2011

    After watching the final on ESPN, fans congratulated Japan, while praising USA for their efforts.Read more

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  2. 'Friday Night Lights' Moves to ESPN

    9:56 am 7/11/2011

    The critically acclaimed football drama reruns will get another life across the ESPN networks and an extra push by fan Bill SimmonsRead more

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  3. Canada's TSN At Wimbledon Centre Court For Ten More Years

    9:44 am 7/6/2011

    The TV sports channel will be the exclusive Canadian rights holder for the British tennis championships for another decade. Read more

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  4. ESPN Looks to Add John McEnroe for Wimbledon Coverage

    3:55 pm 7/5/2011

    The tennis world's foremost analyst could follow the tournament to ESPN, where matches will air live after years of tape delay on NBC. Read more

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  5. ESPN Broadcasts Kobyashi Defeat After 69 Hotdogs

    3:03 pm 7/4/2011

    Competitive eating organization says dogs eaten outside of competition do not count. Read more

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  6. ESPN close to finalizing Wimbledon deal

    5:03 pm 7/3/2011

    Sports network would return the tournament to a live broadcast, after two years of occasionally tape-delayed matches.Read more

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  7. Father's Day TV and Show Marathons: What Dads Really Want on Sunday

    11:22 pm 6/18/2011

    THR's Live Feed picks for dad.Read more

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  8. ESPN Films Scores Regular Weekend Home on ESPN Classic (Exclusive)

    9:01 pm 6/13/2011

    The sports powerhouse's film arm is creating a permanent home for sports storytelling starting this weekend and will launch an annual sports documentary film series on ESPN in the fall.Read more

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  9. Analyst: Olympics Price Tag May Bode Well for Broadcasters' NFL Renewals

    4:06 pm 6/8/2011

    The "muted inflation" of NBCUniversal's deal through 2020 suggests "that rights fee inflation for major professional sports doesn’t have to be crippling," says Lazard's Barton Crockett. Read more

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  10. NBCUniversal Wins Rights to 2014-2020 Olympics

    8:29 am 6/7/2011

    The company beat out fellow suitors ESPN/ABC and Fox Sports with a $4.38 billion bid.Read more

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