A name that’s known by 97% of the American population.
We’re a global icon. We’re pioneers of multimedia sports entertainment. We’re also Dick Vitale standing on his head; Barack Obama completing his NCAA Tournament bracket; the first sports network to televise in stereo; winner of more than 120 Emmy Awards; the first mini-cam in NASCAR televising; and home to over 5,700 successful employees who know the meaning of triumph.
This doesn’t even begin to scratch the surface of our over 30-year history of televising ingenuity, innovation and breakthrough accomplishments. Not to mention three decades worth of the most momentous occasions in sports history brought to the world exclusively by ESPN, Inc. It all adds up to a culture that knows the meaning of true triumph.
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Please click here for the most recent example -- Snowtober 2011 -- which left almost 70 percent of Connecticut without electrical power, including all the surrounding areas of Bristol, the home of ESPN. We opened our facilities to employee families and friends who were impacted by the blackout that has lasted several days.