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Archives: ESPN

ESPN’s Euro 2012 Lead Commentators Will Be Ian Darke, Derek Rae and Adrian Healey

Posted on by Christopher Harris

ESPN has announced the lead commentators for its coverage of Euro 2012. For the English-language broadcasts, the commentators will be Ian Darke, Derek Rae and Adrian Healey. Meanwhile, the lead commentators for ESPN Deportes’s Spanish-language telecasts will be Fernando Palomo, … Continue reading

EPL Is The Big Man On Campus This Week, Not MLS

Posted on by Christopher Harris

TV Sports Ratings shared some very eyeopening numbers yesterday regarding this past Monday’s derby between Manchester City and Manchester United, which was televised live on ESPN to a record-breaking audience of more than 1 million viewers. The most breathtaking stat … Continue reading

ESPN Breaks US Cable TV Record As More Than 1 Million Viewers Watch Manchester EPL Derby

Posted on by Christopher Harris

ESPN has broken the one million viewers barrier for its live coverage of the April 30, 2012 derby between Manchester City and Manchester United. The live broadcast of the Premier League match now ranks as the most-watched EPL game on … Continue reading

ESPN Moves Manchester City vs Man United From ESPN2 to ESPN For US Soccer Fans

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The most anticipated match of the 2011-12 Premier League season featuring Manchester City against Manchester United has been moved on television in the United States from ESPN2 to ESPN. Moving the Manchester derby, in a match which may decide who … Continue reading

News Corp. Considers Launching U.S. Sports Network to Rival ESPN, Says Report

Posted on by Christopher Harris

News Corp., the parent company of FOX Soccer, is considering an idea to launch a U.S. sports network to rival ESPN that could launch as early as 4Q 2012, according to reports in Bloomberg News. “News Corp. is assembling the required … Continue reading

Why EPL Games Shown on ESPN3 Should Be Available On Demand Too

Posted on by Christopher Harris

If you live in the United States and watch Premier League games on ESPN3.com, this has probably happened to you before. But this happened to me for the first time this season. I got caught in the trap of not … Continue reading

EPL and MLS Neck And Neck In Monday’s TV Ratings Battle On ESPN2

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Despite an embarrassingly low viewing audience of just 82,000 Sunday for MLS’s debut on NBC Sports, MLS got a boost Monday with a much more respectable viewing audience of 337,000 for ESPN2′s live coverage of Portland Timbers against Philadelphia Union, … Continue reading

Premier League and La Liga US TV Rights Up For Bidding In 2012

Posted on by Christopher Harris

In the past few years, FOX Soccer has been accumulating an ever-growing number of TV rights deals to bring most of the best soccer leagues in the world to a US audience. FOX Sports winning the bids to broadcast the … Continue reading

ESPN Announces Plans for Euro 2012 Coverage for Viewers in the United States

Posted on by Christopher Harris

ESPN today announced its plans for coverage of the Euro 2012 tournament. For the first time, ESPN will have pre-match, half-time and post-match coverage of each of the 31 games. The opening and final matches will each have a 30-minute … Continue reading

Who is Your Euro 2012 Dream Team of ESPN Commentators and Pundits?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=daTxjzJBRjE I’ll always remember World Cup 2010 for many different reasons. The goal that wasn’t a goal by Frank Lampard against Germany, the incredible feeling when Landon Donovan scored against Algeria, and Spain’s impressive performances throughout the tournament, to name … Continue reading

ESPN2 To Broadcast Potential Premier League Title Decider Between Man United and Man City

Posted on by Christopher Harris

ESPN2 in the United States will broadcast the potential Premier League title decider between Manchester City and Manchester United on April 30, 2012. The match could decide who will become the champions of the 2011-12 Premier League season. City and … Continue reading

What Is It That We Really Want From Our Soccer TV Coverage?

Posted on by Guy Robert

As a daily reader of EPL Talk and sometimes contributor, I generally pay close attention to the comments about articles. It is, after all, a form of entertainment all to itself. One of the things I really enjoy about the … Continue reading

Why You Can’t Always Trust The Opinions Of Soccer Experts In England

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Early in the 1990′s, when we were deprived of being able to watch a lot of live Premier League matches on television in the United States, many of us (myself included) would look up to the journalists, football supporters and … Continue reading

How Loyal Are You to Your Favorite Soccer TV and Internet Provider?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

You watch hours of top quality Premier League soccer each week on television, the Internet and sometimes mobile devices, but do you have an allegiance to any or all of the TV networks that provide the coverage to you? If … Continue reading

Why Soccer Has Made It In America

Posted on by Alexander Fairchild

“Made it in America,” a song released this past summer by Jay-Z and Kanye West, sums up where soccer stands in the United States. Soccer in this country has gone from a laughing stock to a sport of which the … Continue reading

How Much Is Your Cable Or Satellite Bill?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

In the past few weeks, I’ve been reading several comments from readers who are complaining how expensive it is to watch soccer on television. Of course, it’s all relative. Based on the quantity of games shown, it’s probably the best … Continue reading

Apple Interested In Bidding For Premier League UK TV Rights, Says Report

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Apple is interested in bidding for the UK TV rights to the Premier League, says a report in The Daily Mail. The Premier League’s live UK rights for 2010-13 raised £1.782bn when they were sold to Sky Sports and ESPN … Continue reading

Rob Stone Moves From ESPN to FOX Soccer To Become New Lead Studio Host

Posted on by Christopher Harris

FOX Soccer has a new face. Rob Stone, who began at ESPN in 1992 and returned to the network in 1997, will be the new lead studio host for FOX Soccer, as well as the face for soccer coverage on … Continue reading