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McCain and Obama to Appear on Monday Night Football

On the eve of the election–Monday, November 3–the Democratic and Republican presidential candidates will appear on ESPN’s Monday Night Football. Both will be interviewed, separately on tape, by half-time anchor Chris Berman. ┬áThe expected time is 10:15 pm ET, but depending in the flow of the game, it could be closer to 10:30.

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ESPN Grabs Rights to First Two Rounds of Masters

ESPN has secured exclusive rights to broadcast the first two rounds of Golf’s The Masters Tournament beginning April 2008.

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Monday Night Football Doubleheader Hands ESPN Solid Ratings

The doubleheader, season opening pro football special on ESPN delivered strong ratings for the first of the two games, but the second matchup drew the franchises lowest ratings ever.

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ESPN Orders Another Season of “The Contender”

ESPN today announced that The Contender is returning back to ESPN for another season this coming September 4th (10:00 p.m. ET), ordering up a third season of the Mark Burnett-produced show.

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Beckham’s MLS Debut Highest Viewed MLS Match in ESPN’s History

The much hyped debut of soccer superstar David Beckham with the Los Angeles Galaxy brought strong ratings on Saturday night, with the program attracting nearly 1.5 million viewers (1.47 million), well above the 1.1 million viewers who watched the April 4, 1996 MLS premiere matchup of DC United against the San Jose Clash.

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Dan Patrick To Leave ESPN

In a statement released on Monday, and also communicated during his ESPN Radio show The Dan Patrick Show, the sports radio host/sports broadcaster announced his intentions to leave the “worldwide leader of sports” next month.

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NBC Renews Wimbledon Contract

NBC Sports have renewed their rights to the Wimbledon tennis tournament, extending their contract four more years starting in 2008.

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New Broadcast Team for Monday Night Football

Current ESPN football analyst Ron Jaworski will be replacing Joe Theismann in the booth during the networks Monday Night Football broadcast, the network announced today.

The game will now be called by Jaworski, Mike Tirico and analyst Tony Kornheiser in the booth while current sideline reporters Suzy Kolber and Michele Tafoya will stay in place.

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It’s Rock, Paper, Scissors for ESPN

Expanding to its already massive sports catalog, ESPN has signed on to televise this year’s USA Rock Paper Scissors League championship.

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ESPN’s Peter Gammons Re-ups with Network

ESPN announced Tuesday that Hall of Famer baseball writer and current contributor Peter Gammons, has signed a multi-year extension to stay on with the network.

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ESPN Adds Content

Hoping to captilize on the continued successes that Football has brought to the network, ESPN has announced that they will be debuting a new weekly half-hour summer series, College Football Live.

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ESPN aquires European Football (Soccer)

ESPN has picked up the rights to air the 2008 UEFA European Football Championshiops, sheculded for Saturday, June 7 through Sunday June 29, 2008.

The tournament, which will be played in Austria and Switzerland, is one of the most popular sporting events in the world today.

On the television front, all 31 games will […]