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      Asia, EMEA, North America, Rest of World
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      Advertising / Branding, Email Marketing, Events, Marketing Overall, Mobile Marketing, New Marketing Tools, Public Relations, Social Media
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      Additional Funding, Incubator, Initial Funding, Private Equity, Venture Activities
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  2. About Espn

    Espn

    ESPN (originally an abbreviation for the Entertainment and Sports Programming Network) is an American cable television network dedicated to broadcasting and producing sports-related programming 24 hours a day.

    Founded by Scott Rasmussen and his father Bill, it launched on September 7, 1979 under the direction of Chet Simmons, the network's first President and CEO (and later the United States Football League's first commissioner). Getty Oil Company provided the funding to begin the new venture. George Bodenheimer is ESPN's current president, a position he has held since November 19, 1998; since March 3, 2003, he has also headed ABC Sports, a separate legal entity now branded as ESPN on ABC.

    ESPN's signature telecast, SportsCenter, debuted with the network and aired its 30,000th episode on February 11, 2007. ESPN broadcasts primarily out of its studios in Bristol, Connecticut; it also operates offices out of New York City; Seattle, WA; Charlotte, NC and Los Angeles. The Los Angeles office, from which the late-night edition of SportsCenter is now broadcast, opened at L.A. Live in early 2009. The name of the sport company was lengthened to "ESPN Inc." in February 1985.

    ESPN markets itself as "The Worldwide Leader in Sports," a slogan that appears on nearly all company media but whose origin is unknown.

  3. Quotes about Espn

    1. We have a comprehensive buy on ESPN and will have some online presence on a numbers of different sites.
      In Cars.com Re-Ups With ESPN 'College Football'
    2. Through services such as Netflix, Hulu Plus, and ESPN 3, consumers can find a growing number of television content through online outlets.
      Kurt Scherf in Consumers Prefer Connected TV Over 3D