August 11th, 2013
01:14 PM ET

Sports television's crowded playing field

ESPN President John Skipper speaks with guest host of Brian Stelter on Fox's new sport network and the future of sports journalism.

Filed under: ESPN • Fox Sports 1 • Sports Journalism
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  1. Aurelio Sitterly

    Wazzup Fellow Writer, What you ?have here really have me interested up to the last word, and I wanna say to you I am not that typical man who finish the full length post of blogs as I most of the time got bored and tired of the trash content that is presented to me on a daily basis and I simply end up checking out the pics and maybe a headline, a paragraph and so on. But your headline and the first paragraphs were so cool and it right on the spot got me hooked. Thanks for tearing me out of this boring world! Thanks, really.


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  2. In home personal training long island

    John Skipper is correct there is to many sports channels. I just brought an Xbox one and I use the NFL app to get all my football news.
    I don't watch sports highlights on TV really anymore. I use the internet to get that info. My TV time has switched over to just
    news, shows and movies, mostly shows.

    December 12, 2013 at 10:39 am | Reply

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