College Football on ESPN+ Up 132%
ESPN continues its longstanding commitment to the WNBA with a 17-game television slate for the 2020 regular season with games available across ABC, ESPN and ESPN2.
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ESPN’s Postseason NFL Countdown hosted by Sam Ponder will preview the NFL Conference Championship games on Sunday, Jan. 19 at 12 p.m. ET.
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ESPN’s tennis team will continue to feature many faces long familiar to tennis fans with one notable addition – James Blake has joined ESPN for Wimbledon and the US Open. No fewer than eight returning commentators have signed new agreements.
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From January 23 – 26, the world’s top action sports stars will take over ESPN, ABC and ESPN2 with more than 15 hours of the most unique content on the network – 1080s, triple corks and super slo-mo included. On Thursday and Friday, primetime coverage of the day’s finals will kick off the weekend with thrilling action from the SuperPipe and Big Air courses. Over the weekend, coverage will switch to ABC, where the world’s best will continue to push progression from beautiful Buttermilk in Aspen Snowmass, Colorado.
The X Games brand goes big in 2020, giving fans a top-notch destination for year-round action sports content – including five live X Games events around the globe, five new Real Series projects and a full slate of original content across X Games linear TV, digital and social platforms. With programming on ABC, ESPN and ESPN2 all 52 weeks of the year, fans will be able to consume and interact with action sports content throughout all four seasons.
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NBA Saturday Primetime on ABC presented by Under Armour returns for its fifth season on Jan. 18, with ESPN’s largest on-site coverage presence ever this season.
For this ESPN Cover Story, reporter Ramona Shelburne explores George’s strong bond with his family, and tells the emotional story about what really brought Paul George back home.
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College Football Playoff National Championship Scores More than 25.5 Million Viewers, Up from Last Year