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ESPN Deportes Announce More Details Regarding World Cup Coverage Plans

espn deportes ESPN Deportes Announce More Details Regarding World Cup Coverage Plans

From June 12-July 13, ESPN Deportes’ coverage of the 2014 FIFA World Cup will be available via television, radio, mobile and online.

The network has an impressive lineup of more than 30 former players and journalists that will provide commentary throughout the tournament and will have more than 600 live hours of World Cup-related news and information programming on ESPN Deportes, ESPN Deportes Radio and the WatchESPN app combined.

Below is a list of the unique programming provided by ESPN Deportes and some information on how the show will be dedicated to the tournament.

·SportsCenter, ESPN’s flagship program, provides TV’s most thorough presentation of sports news, highlights and analysis and will air following each match on ESPN Deportes (except Mexico matches).

·Futbol Picante, the news and analysis debate show focused on Mexican soccer will air nightly with additional live editions pre and post Mexico matches.

·Fuera de Juego, an international soccer program featuring World Cup legend and 1978 Golden Boot winner Mario Kempes, will preview and recap the matches of the day with two live, daily editions seven days a week.

·Raza Deportiva, the network’s live morning simulcast show, will expand from five to seven times a week.

·Nacion ESPN, the interactive show that caters to the voice of the fan while delivering the latest in sports will air nightly with special segments from Rio and Los Angeles.

·Jorge Ramos y Su Banda, ESPN Deportes Radio’s signature soccer talk-show (simulcast on ESPN Deportes), will expand from five to seven times a week. Jorge Ramos and Hernan Pereyra co-host with live guests to breach entertaining discussions of the day’s sports news and analysis. The program will be broadcast each day in-between the early matches. A second edition will be broadcast on ESPN Deportes Radio (only) from 4pm to 7pm.

·Cronómetro will have Jose Ramon Fernandez, David Faitelson and other commentators discuss the latest of the tournament every night, seven days a week.

·#REDES will expand from five to seven times a week with a complete analysis of the World Cup social media buzz of each day.

SEE MORE — The World Cup TV schedule for ESPN Deportes with all games announced in Portuguese.


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