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ESPN Press Conference to Announce its World Cup Broadcast Plan

paley center 600x374 ESPN Press Conference to Announce its World Cup Broadcast Plan

ESPN will today announce more details regarding its broadcast plans for the 2014 World Cup.

The press conference featuring ESPN President John Skipper, his fellow executives and several ESPN soccer personalities kicks off at 11am ET at the Paley Center in New York City.

World Soccer Talk will be there covering the news and conducting interviews to bring you the latest World Cup broadcast news.

In the meantime, bookmark our new 2014 World Cup page that features all the news that we know to date, and other World Cup-related stories and videos.

ESPN’s Bob Ley will be the emcee for the event.

UPDATE: I managed to get several interviews and lots of interesting details from ESPN, which I’ll be sharing over the weekend. Keep an eye out.


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