Sports leagues that have suspended play seem unlikely to resume at any point before June due to the coronavirus pandemic, and at least one media company is no longer planning to pay for content it can
ESPN is coming through for the people.
The network has bumped up the release date for “The Last Dance” to April 19, the New York Post’s Andrew Marchand reported on Monday night.
ESPN is desperate to make a major addition to its “Monday Night Football” broadcast, but there appear to be no options remaining for the 2020 season.
Another individual from the NBA world has tested positive for the coronavirus.
ESPN’s Doris Burke revealed on “The Woj Pod” that she tested positive for COVID-19.
ESPN is looking to add a huge name to its “Monday Night Football” broadcast for next season, but that big hire is not going to be Peyton Manning.
Joe Buck offered to do play-by-play of peoples’ daily lives at home during the coronavirus pandemic, and he began with his own home.
Love him or hate him, Joe Buck’s voice is one that fans will look forward to hearing when the coronavirus outbreak is under control and it finally becomes safe for sports to resume.
ESPN is looking to make some major upgrades to its NFL broadcasting before next season, but the chances of Al Michaels being a part of those changes looks very slim.