ESPN will begin early next year to expand its streaming of “Monday Night Football” as well as NFL highlights to authenticated viewers on all devices and platforms—including mobile phones—under the terms of a new deal with the National Football League, the sport networks announced today.
ESPN is taking up residency in lower Manhattan, as the sports network has announced that it has signed a multi-year agreement for a 19,000-square-foot-space within The Howard Hughes Corporation’s development at Pier 17, at the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge.
Pure Broadcast is gearing up for another season of college football with ESPN, as the two sides have renewed their broadcast support truck contract.
Disney is ready to fly solo with a pair of planned streaming services for both ESPN and its Disney-Brand content.
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The Walt Disney Company has announced that it is set to acquire a 33 percent stake in technology services and video streaming company BAMTech.
Viewers in Latin America and the Caribbean will be tuning in to ESPN for their Olympic viewing pleasures, as the sports network is set to deliver more than 2,800 hours of content as the rights holder for the Games in those regions.
After initially filing a lawsuit against Verizon, ESPN has announced that the two sides have come to a settlement over Verizon’s proposed skinny bundle package.
In addition to broadcasting the SEC Gymnastic Championship live on Saturday, March 19, ESPN and the SEC Network have also announced that they will offer a live-stream of the event, showcasing a number of new technical features.