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ESPN Cuts Ten Year, $15 Billion Broadcast Deal With NFL
EPSN has cut a long-term ten year broadcast deal with the NFL that will last through the 2021 season. (September 10, 2011)

ESPN Bans Reporters From Twitter, Social Networks
The New York Times reports that ESPN has established guidelines that prohibit its reporters from tweeting about sports. (August 10, 2009)

ESPN Announces EXPN Magazine Prototype
ESPN will be selling a test issue of EXPN Magazine, a 116-page publication covering action sports, each day of the X Games competition in Philadelphia (August 17-22). (August 8, 2001)

ESPN Launches The Pulse
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John Skipper and John A. Walsh Take Helm of ESPN Internet Group
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Andy Katz Named ESPN.com Senior Writer
Andy Katz, most recently the national basketball writer for the Fresno Bee, has been named Senior Writer for ESPN. (January 5, 2000)

ESPN and Times Mirror Announce Agreement to Create Online Golf Resource
ESPN Internet Ventures (EIV) and Times Mirror Interzines (TMI) have entered into a unique agreement that would combine the two media companies' extensive resources to offer golf fans a comprehensive golf resource on the Internet via ESPN. (April 7, 1999)

ESPN.com Launches as Flagship Service of New Online Sports Network
ESPN Internet Ventures will soon debut ESPN. (September 3, 1998)

ESPN The Magazine Launches With Next Generation Athletes on Cover
ESPN The Magazine made its much-anticipated debut today with the cover dedicated to a new generation of athletes -- players whose skill, style and athletic ability will impact their sport in the next millennium. (March 11, 1998)

World Wildlife Fund Celebrates Chinese Year of the Tiger with New Website
World Wildlife Fund's Year for the Tiger Web site is an interactive glimpse into the shrinking and endangered world of wild tigers. (February 23, 1998)

Rick Telander Joins ESPN As Contributor To The Magazine
ESPN Magazine Editor in Chief John Papanek announced that award-winning journalist Rick Telander will join the staff as a Chicago-based contributor. (February 23, 1998)

ESPN Magazine Fills Key Editorial Posts
ESPN Magazine Editor in Chief John Papanek announced the appointments of several key editorial executives, including award-winning journalist Steve Wulf as executive editor. (November 20, 1997)

Hyperion to Launch ESPN Book Line
Hyperion announced today plans to publish a line of books in conjunction with ESPN. (November 4, 1997)