ESPN Legends of Cricket - Volume 5

ESPN’s LEGENDS OF CRICKET journeys through the ages to profile the greatest individuals to have ever taken up the bat and ball. Chosen by an expert panel of their peers, this fascinating and seminal series explores the remarkable abilities of the chosen few who have truly transcended the game. From Sir Donald Bradman’s unrivalled mastery of the willow and Share Warne’s wizardry with the ball, to the poise and balance of Sachin Tendulkar, the swagger of Sir Garfield Sobers and Viv Richards and the sheer grit and determination embodied by Allan Border and Steve Waugh, this series offers rare insight into the celebrated careers of cricket’s 25 greatest champions. Featuring wonderful archival footage and in-depth interviews with leading players and commentators, ESPN’S Legends of Cricket shines a light on the enduring legends of our summer game.

ESPN Legends of Cricket - Volume 2

ESPN’s LEGENDS OF CRICKET journeys through the ages to profile the greatest individuals to have ever taken up the bat and ball. Chosen by an expert panel of their peers, this fascinating and seminal series explores the remarkable abilities of the chosen few who have truly transcended the game. From Sir Donald Bradman’s unrivalled mastery of the willow and Share Warne’s wizardry with the ball, to the poise and balance of Sachin Tendulkar, the swagger of Sir Garfield Sobers and Viv Richards and the sheer grit and determination embodied by Allan Border and Steve Waugh, this series offers rare insight into the celebrated careers of cricket’s 25 greatest champions. Featuring wonderful archival footage and in-depth interviews with leading players and commentators, ESPN’S Legends of Cricket shines a light on the enduring legends of our summer game

The Fab Five 2011

Depicts the story of Jalen Rose and his other Fab Five teammates, Chris Webber, Juwan Howard, Jimmy King and Ray Jackson. Called by some “the greatest class ever recruited,” the five freshmen not only electrified the game, but also brought new style with their baggy shorts, black socks and brash talk. “The Fab Five” relives the recruitment process that got all five of them to Ann Arbor, the cultural impact they made, the two runs to NCAA title game, the Webber “timeout” in the 1993 championship and the scandal that eventually tarnished their accomplishments.

ESPN Films: Nixon's National Champs 2014

NIXON'S NATIONAL CHAMPS is the story of how the 1969 college football national champion was crowned and the drama that surrounded it. Using rare footage of Nixon and his unexpected antagonist, Joe Paterno of Penn State, this film captures the folly of the President as he waded through the hornet's nest of polls and regional rivalries.

The Real Rocky 2011

Chuck Wepner is a liquor salesman from Bayonne, N.J., who drives a Cadillac with “Champ” vanity plates. A former New Jersey State Heavyweight Boxing Champion, he took abuse from Sonny Liston, got his nose broken by Muhammad Ali, and inspired Sylvester Stallone to write “Rocky” which won three Academy Awards. Wepner was left out of the “Rocky” glory, and his career took turn after strange turn as he worked to stay in the spotlight: he went on to fight Andre the Giant as “The Assassin” and boxed a 900 pound bear. Twice.

ESPN Legends of Cricket - Volume 1 2012

ESPN’s LEGENDS OF CRICKET journeys through the ages to profile the greatest individuals to have ever taken up the bat and ball. Chosen by an expert panel of their peers, this fascinating and seminal series explores the remarkable abilities of the chosen few who have truly transcended the game. From Sir Donald Bradman’s unrivalled mastery of the willow and Share Warne’s wizardry with the ball, to the poise and balance of Sachin Tendulkar, the swagger of Sir Garfield Sobers and Viv Richards and the sheer grit and determination embodied by Allan Border and Steve Waugh, this series offers rare insight into the celebrated careers of cricket’s 25 greatest champions. Featuring wonderful archival footage and in-depth interviews with leading players and commentators, ESPN’S Legends of Cricket shines a light on the enduring legends of our summer game.

ESPN Ringside: Rivalries 2008

ESPN revisits boxing's blockbuster bouts in this knockout documentary that features Muhammad Ali vs. Joe Frazier in the Thrilla in Manila, Sugar Ray Robinson vs. Jake LaMotta in the St. Valentine's Day Massacre and more full-length matches. Other bouts include Joe Louis vs. Max Schmeling, Evander Holyfield vs. Riddick Bowe, Jack Dempsey vs. Gene Tunney and more. Revealing interviews provide fascinating insight into these legendary competitors.

ESPN Legends of Cricket - Volume 6

ESPN’s LEGENDS OF CRICKET journeys through the ages to profile the greatest individuals to have ever taken up the bat and ball. Chosen by an expert panel of their peers, this fascinating and seminal series explores the remarkable abilities of the chosen few who have truly transcended the game. From Sir Donald Bradman’s unrivalled mastery of the willow and Share Warne’s wizardry with the ball, to the poise and balance of Sachin Tendulkar, the swagger of Sir Garfield Sobers and Viv Richards and the sheer grit and determination embodied by Allan Border and Steve Waugh, this series offers rare insight into the celebrated careers of cricket’s 25 greatest champions. Featuring wonderful archival footage and in-depth interviews with leading players and commentators, ESPN’S Legends of Cricket shines a light on the enduring legends of our summer game.

ESPN Films: The Boys of Fall 2010

Boys of Fall is a football documentary about life. Executive Producer and Country Superstar, Kenny Chesney began shooting footage and football interviews for his new single "The Boys of Fall" in fall 2009. After shooting footage of friend and New Orleans Saints' coach Sean Payton at his high school alma mater, Chesney decided to expand the video into a full documentary film. Over the next several months he filmed youth football games, high school football games & locker room speeches as well as interviews with football greats. \After an introduction that includes Payton speaking to his old high school team in the locker room before a big game, it depicts how those who do not go on to long, storied careers in the NFL, like high school wide receiver Chesney, the lessons learned on the field help to shape who they are today.

Mike Tyson Knockout Edition ESPN 2006

Legendary Mike Tyson was one of the most feared fighters in boxing. By age 19, his superlative record of wins earned him the nickname "Kid Dynamite." Over the next two years, Tyson knocked out 19 opponents in a row, eventually becoming the youngest heavyweight champion in history. His winning streak expanded to a dazzling 37-0 before Buster Douglas, an 11-1 underdog, TKO'd Tyson in the 10th round in one of boxing's biggest upsets. Includes 19 Thrill-Packed Fights! Tyson vs. Mercedes, Tyson vs. Spain, Tyson vs. Alderson, Tyson vs. Johnson, Tyson vs. Long, Tyson vs. Colay, Tyson vs. Benjamin, Tyson vs. Richardson, Tyson vs. Scaff, Tyson vs. Young, Tyson vs. Jameson, Tyson vs. Ferguson, Tyson vs. Zouski, Tyson vs. Tillis, Tyson vs. Berbick, Tyson vs. Holmes, Tyson vs. Spinks, Tyson vs. Bruno, Tyson vs. Douglas

ESPN Inside Access: Jeff Gordon 2008

Featuring rare childhood footage of Gordon's racing exploits, exciting NASCAR highlights, plus interviews with family, fellow drivers, broadcasters and journalists, here's a look at Gordon you've never seen. Go beyond the asphalt and learn why Jeff Gordon's name deserves to be placed alongside Petty and Earnhardt as one of NASCAR's greatest drivers.

ESPN Legends of Cricket - Volume 3

ESPN’s LEGENDS OF CRICKET journeys through the ages to profile the greatest individuals to have ever taken up the bat and ball. Chosen by an expert panel of their peers, this fascinating and seminal series explores the remarkable abilities of the chosen few who have truly transcended the game. From Sir Donald Bradman’s unrivalled mastery of the willow and Share Warne’s wizardry with the ball, to the poise and balance of Sachin Tendulkar, the swagger of Sir Garfield Sobers and Viv Richards and the sheer grit and determination embodied by Allan Border and Steve Waugh, this series offers rare insight into the celebrated careers of cricket’s 25 greatest champions. Featuring wonderful archival footage and in-depth interviews with leading players and commentators, ESPN’S Legends of Cricket shines a light on the enduring legends of our summer game

Herschel 2011

A documentary on the life of football player Herschel Walker, considered by many to be the greatest college running back of all-time.

ESPN Inside Access: Tyson

Among the most formidable fighters in boxing history and one of the most enigmatic and complex figures the sports world has ever known, Mike Tyson has carved out a career featuring incredible highs and crushing lows. Packed with footage from Iron Mike's life in and outside the ring, this biography presents coverage of his most notable bouts, including his stunning debut, his loss to James "Buster" Douglas and the infamous "ear-biting" incident.

ESPN Legends of Cricket - Volume 4

ESPN’s LEGENDS OF CRICKET journeys through the ages to profile the greatest individuals to have ever taken up the bat and ball. Chosen by an expert panel of their peers, this fascinating and seminal series explores the remarkable abilities of the chosen few who have truly transcended the game. From Sir Donald Bradman’s unrivalled mastery of the willow and Share Warne’s wizardry with the ball, to the poise and balance of Sachin Tendulkar, the swagger of Sir Garfield Sobers and Viv Richards and the sheer grit and determination embodied by Allan Border and Steve Waugh, this series offers rare insight into the celebrated careers of cricket’s 25 greatest champions. Featuring wonderful archival footage and in-depth interviews with leading players and commentators, ESPN’S Legends of Cricket shines a light on the enduring legends of our summer game.

ESPN Major League Baseball

ESPN Major League Baseball is a promotion of Major League Baseball on ESPN and ESPN2, with simulcasts on ESPNHD or ESPN2HD. ESPN's MLB coverage debuted on April 9, 1990 with three Opening Day telecasts. ESPN Major League Baseball is guaranteed to remain on air until 2021. The title is derived from the fact that it may come on a night when ESPN doesn't have a scheduled game. The different weekly regular season games that ESPN presents: Sunday Night Baseball presented by Taco Bell, Monday Night Baseball presented by USAA and Wednesday Night Baseball presented by Goodyear, and formerly ESPN DayGame presented by Fruit of the Loom and Thursday Night Baseball powered by Castrol. In addition to regular season games, ESPN also airs 10 spring training games entitled ESPN Spring Training and formerly aired Division Series playoff games entitled The Division Series on ESPN. ESPN also airs a daily highlight show called Baseball Tonight at 10 p.m. ET and 12 a.m. ET. ESPN Radio has also been airing Major League Baseball since 1998, broadcasting Sunday Night Baseball as well as select other regular-season games, the All-Star Game and Home Run Derby, and the entire postseason including the Wild Card Game, Division Series, League Championship Series, and World Series.

Arena Football League on ESPN

Russell Athletic ESPN Arena Football was a presentation of the Arena Football League on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN Radio and ESPN on ABC. The telecasts were simulcast on ESPNHD, ESPN2HD and ABC HD. The agreement ran from the 2007 season opener until the league had a yearlong stoppage due to financial problems in 2009. The official name for the ESPN2 Monday night games was called ESPN Arena Football Monday presented by Russell Athletic.

ESPN College Football Thursday Primetime

ESPN College Football Primetime is a live game presentation of Division 1-A college football on ESPN. In the past, the presenting sponsor was Cooper Tires, but since the 2006 season, the current presenting sponsor is Applebee's. The game telecast airs every Thursday night at 7:45pm ET during the college football regular season. The game is preceded by a short 5–10 minute segment with John Saunders, Lou Holtz and Mark May, all of whom also appear on the halftime report. This game telecast is also presented in high definition on ESPNHD. It has broadcast games from numerous conferences including the SEC, ACC and the Big East. This game is often seen as the ESPN Game of the Week along with the Saturday night telecast. The most visible voices of ESPN College Football Primetime over the years have been Mike Tirico, Kirk Herbstreit and Lee Corso, and Lee Corso's mother, but none remain in the booth, with Tirico and Herbstreit being promoted and Corso cutting back on his schedule. The current commentators are Rece Davis on play-by-play, Jesse Palmer as analyst, David Pollack as analyst and Samantha Steele as field reporter.

ESPN College Football Saturday Primetime

ESPN College Football Primetime is a live game presentation of Division 1-A college football on ESPN. In the past, the presenting sponsors have been Polaroid and AT&T. The current presenting sponsor is Hampton Hotels. The game telecast airs every Saturday night at 7:45pm ET during the college football regular season. The game is preceded by a 45 minute long College Football Scoreboard with Rece Davis, Lou Holtz and Mark May, all of whom also appear on the halftime report. This game telecast is also presented in high-definition on ESPN HD.

Nación ESPN

Nación ESPN is a sports-related talk show, modeled after ESPN's Sportsnation TV series. It is hosted by two sports journalists in the Latino market, David Faitelson and Adriana Monsalve, who will feature strong opinions, heated debates, celebrity interviews and heavy interaction with fans from all of the existing social media platforms. The one hour, Monday thru Friday show, is built around the fan and produced from the “L.A. Live” studios in HD. The show may establish Los Angeles as the Spanish language capital for ESPN. It premiered on ESPN Deportes February 14, 2011. The show is also airing on ESPN for Mexico and Latin America since May 20, 2011.

ESPN2 College Football Saturday Primetime

ESPN2 College Football Primetime is a live game presentation of Division 1-A college football on ESPN2. In the past, the primary sponsors have been Polaroid, AT&T and GoDaddy.com. Like its ESPN counterpart, the current presenting sponsor of this version is Hampton Hotels. The game telecast airs every Saturday night at 7:45pm ET during the college football regular season. The game is preceded by a 45-minute long College Football Scoreboard with Linda Cohn, or Brian Kenny. Either of them also present the halftime show. This game telecast is also presented in high-definition on ESPN2HD. Since debuting in 1994, it has broadcast games from numerous conferences including the SEC, ACC, Big Ten and the Big East. This game is often seen as the ESPN2 Game of the Week along with the Thursday night telecast. Some notable voices of ESPN2 College Football Primetime over the years have been Ron Franklin, Ed Cunningham and Adrian Karsten, but Karsten has been replaced by Dr. Jerry Punch after his 2005 suicide. On October 14, 2006, ESPN2 College Football Primetime aired on five different networks as part of ESPN Full Circle. The networks included ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, ESPN360 and Mobile ESPN.

Who's No. 1?

Who’s No. 1? is a sports series that debuted on ESPN25 in 2004 to celebrate the 25th anniversary of ESPN. Hosted by Stuart Scott, the show counted down a “Top 25 over the last 25 Years” list, counting down to #1, in such categories as Best Teams, Worst Teams, Biggest Flops, Greatest Records, Most Outrageous Characters, Biggest Controversies, etc. during the history of ESPN, which debuted on September 7, 1979. The final episode, “The Best 25 Games over the Last 25 Years,” was televised on September 7—ESPN’s 25th birthday. The show made its ESPN Classic debut on May 2, 2005 with Trey Wingo as host; this series is similar to its ESPN25 predecessor but has a Top 20 list and new features such as Best Masters, Best College Football Bowls, Greatest Game 7s, etc. and counts down to the top of all time, rather than the last 25 years. It also concludes with a "Second Guessers" segment where some of the rankings are questioned.

ESPNU Recruiting Insider

ESPNU Recruiting Insider is a television program that focuses on college football recruiting. Debuting on September 8, 2006, ESPNU Recruiting Insider now airs every Thursday at 5 pm ET on ESPNU. The show is hosted by Lowell Galindo along with ESPN national director of recruiting Tom Luginbill and recruiting analyst Craig Haubert. The show is broadcast at the ESPNU headquarters in Charlotte, North Carolina. The program evaluates the top high school football recruits and their classes based on research, analysis and the inside scoop provided by ESPN's Scout's Inc.

ESPN2 College Football Friday Primetime

ESPN2 College Football Friday Primetime is a live game presentation of Division 1-A college football on ESPN2 or sometimes ESPN. There is no main sponsor. The game telecast airs every Friday night at 7:45pm ET during the college football regular season. In 2010, the games will be announced by Joe Tessitore and Rod Gilmore. The game is preceded by a 5-10 minute long segment of College Football Scoreboard with Rece Davis, Lou Holtz and Mark May They both also present the Pontiac Performance Halftime Report. Since debuting in 2004, it has broadcast games from numerous conferences including the SEC, ACC, Big Ten and the Big East. The biggest game for this package occurred on September 28, 2007, when the at the time fifth-ranked West Virginia Mountaineers took on the eighteenth-ranked South Florida Bulls. The game drew a 2.7 rating, the second highest since ESPN2 began televising college football.

ESPN National Hockey Night

ESPN National Hockey Night was ESPN's weekly television broadcasts of National Hockey League regular season games and coverage of playoff games, broadcast from 1992 to 2004. ESPN had been slated to broadcast games for the 2004–05 NHL season, but the season's cancellation combined with the NHL reaching an agreement with OLN to broadcast games for the 2005–06 NHL season effectively ended National Hockey Night after the 2003–04 NHL season.

ESPNews Gametime

ESPNews Gametime is a news/analysis and up to the minute highlight show that airs on ESPNews. Debuting on September 5, 2006, the program aired Monday-Sunday from 8pm ET-12am ET and Friday from 9pm ET-12am ET. On Fridays, it was pushed back one hour to make room for Football Friday. Gametime, as they call it for short, replaced ESPNews Early Evening, which is regular news and highlights. ESPNews Gametime was made up of 30-minute blocks throughout the program. During the show, the two anchors for that night updated scores, highlights and were joined by analysts to discuss different topics, show live postgame press conferences and player comments, were joined by players via phone and go over all of the top stories of the day. On 2008-03-31, the 11-11:30pm ET block of Gametime was replaced by The Highlight Zone, a new program devoted to sports highlights and scores, similar to FSN's Final Score. ESPNews Gametime was discontinued after January 2, 2009 as ESPNews reverted to half-hour blocks throughout the day beginning January 5, 2009.

NASCAR on ESPN

NASCAR on ESPN is the coverage of NASCAR on ESPN, ESPN2, and ABC. ABC, and later ESPN, carried NASCAR races from the sanctioning body's top three divisions at various points from the early 1960s until 2002. ESPN resumed coverage of NASCAR with the Nationwide Series race at Daytona in February 2007 and the Sprint Cup Series at Indianapolis in July 2007. ESPN currently holds the rights to broadcast the final 17 races of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season, including the entire Chase for the Sprint Cup as well as the entire NASCAR Nationwide Series season through the respective series' 2014 seasons. In mid-2013, NBC Sports outbid the ESPN for rights to the final 20 Sprint Cup races and the second half of the Nationwide schedule for the next 10 years. ESPN will no longer be broadcasting NASCAR after the 2014 season.

ESPNews Pregame

ESPNews Pregame is a sports news program that aired Monday-Friday at 6pm Eastern Time on the American cable channel ESPNews. This program, which was originally hosted by David Lloyd, debuted on September 5, 2006 in its original timeslot of 7pm ET as part of the sports news network's significant weekday evening programming overhaul. Original host David Lloyd left ESPNews Pregame in 2007 to take over the co-hosting duties of The Hot List. Since Lloyd's departure, several personalities, most notably Michelle Bonner, have hosted this show.

ESPN Full Circle

ESPN Full Circle is the branding used for multi-network simulcasts of a single sporting event across multiple ESPN networks and services—with each feed providing a different version of the telecast making use of different features or functions. Eleven networks and services have been involved with these specials, including ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNEWS, ESPN Classic, ESPNU, ESPN Radio, ESPN Mobile, ESPN360, ESPN.com ESPN International and ESPN Deportes. ESPN Full Circle debuted with ESPN Full Circle: North Carolina at Duke on March 4, 2006, on the one-year anniversary of ESPNU. The game was the North Carolina Tar Heels at the Duke Blue Devils in college basketball. A month later the second installment of ESPN Full Circle showed ESPN Full Circle:Bulls-Heat NBA Playoffs on April 22, 2006. The game featured the Miami Heat and the Chicago Bulls. The third edition of ESPN Full Circle showed ESPN Full Circle: Florida State vs. Miami on September 4, 2006. The game featured a college football game between Florida State Seminoles at the Miami Hurricanes. The fourth installment featured the Florida Gators vs. the Auburn Tigers on October 14, 2006 and was entitled ESPN Full Circle: Florida vs. Auburn. The fifth Full Circle broadcast was on March 4, 2007, with the NASCAR Busch Series Telcel-Motorola Mexico 200. The sixth "Full Circle" event was the 2007 NCAA Women's Basketball Championship Game on April 3, 2007.

ESPN Hollywood

ESPN Hollywood was a television program that aired on ESPN2 in 2005. The daily 30-minute show was centered on the convergence between the sports and entertainment worlds, and was a part of the network's ESPN Original Entertainment programming effort, which was intended to spread the network's viewership beyond the regular or hardcore sports fan. The program premiered on August 15, 2005 to a dismal rating of 0.08% of United States households with cable televisions, about 75,000 people. The show, described by the New York Daily News as "a sports version of Entertainment Tonight or Access Hollywood", was hosted by Mario Lopez and Thea Andrews. Andrews also was the producer for the show. A typical show would include news of athletes appearing in movies, on television, and in commercials, coverage of movie premieres, and interviews with athletes and entertainers. The show's launch was controversial; promotional advertisements featured photos of baseball player Derek Jeter with a woman whose face was not shown. A spokesman for Jeter's employer, the New York Yankees, objected to the ad, saying "In the ad they insinuate they are out with Jeter, with his permission, or they are following him. Give me a break. Neither is true." ESPN realized that the show would be risky; if sports figures were angered by their coverage on ESPN Hollywood they might refuse to participate in interviews on other ESPN programs. The final episode was broadcast on January 26, 2006. An ESPN executive vice president later remarked that the premise of the show was unworkable, saying "I think fans want information about athletes in the context of sports coverage."

ESPN Classic Remembers

ESPN Classic Remembers is a television program on ESPN Classic that chronicles historic games and events, personalities and other sports milestones. The show debuted on September 11, 2006 and is hosted by ESPN SportsCenter personality Chris McKendry. It is primarily a thirty minute program followed by a rerun of the sporting event it is chronicling. The first episode of ESPN Classic Remembers aired on the fifth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks and its impact on the sports world. It was followed by a replay of the only edition of SportsCenter to air that night announcing the cancellation of all sporting events for at least a week. That SportsCenter was hosted by Bob Ley and Trey Wingo, who also gave commentary about that night. Often, the series is used in retrospect following the death of a notable sports figure or a significant anniversary of a major event that changed the face of sports. In 2007, it was used on the 25th anniversary of the Duk Koo Kim vs Ray Mancini fight in 1982 that resulted in Kim's death, and included the airing of the Korean film Champion.

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