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NBA Countdown Producer Amina Hussein May be Next to Leave ESPN

“NBA Countdown” producer Amina Hussein could be leaving ESPN, said sources. She’s overseen the national NBA pregame show since 2012.

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Q&A: ESPN’s Steve Levy On ‘Monday Night Football’ Rookie Year

ESPN’s Steve Levy talks first year calling MNF, Louis Riddick possibly leaving, NHL rights and if he wants to host NFL draft.

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ViacomCBS Details Plans for Kid-Focused NFL Wild-Card Game

Slime, googly eyes, and virtual filters are coming to the NFL. ViacomCBS is going all-in on a kid-focused broadcast of its Jan. 10 wild-card game on Nickelodeon. Coverage begins with a […]

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Dan Shulman on Whether College Hoops Makes it to March Madness

ESPN’s Dan Shulman weighs in on whether college basketball makes it to March Madness and his outspoken on-air partner Jay Bilas.

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ESPN+ Planning New Stephen A. Smith Show for 2021

Disney is staking its future on content and streaming growth via ESPN+, which has grown to 11.5 million subscribers.

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Disney Outlines Sports Plans At Annual Investors Day

Stephen A. Smith set to get new show, ESPN secured SEC rights and there’s plenty of documentaries in the pipeline.

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ESPN Embraces Podcasts as Top Talent Leans Into Medium

As top ESPN talent further leans into podcasts, the company has begun to truly embrace the medium. Podcasts were downloaded more than 69.5 million times in October.

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Scott Hanson of NFL RedZone Could Become TV Free Agent

Scott Hanson, popular host of NFL Network’s NFL RedZone channel, could become a TV free agent. His current one-year deal expires this summer.

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Has Sports News Site The Athletic Hit Middle Age?

The Athletic has offered a slough of offers to acquire new subscribers, although It remains “incredibly optimistic” heading into 2021.

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ESPN To ‘MegaCast’ Its Wild Card Playoff Coverage in January

ESPN says the Wild Card production will be the first time the multi-channel MegaCast coverage concept has been utilized during the NFL postseason.

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