posted by Hannah Worster on March 30, 2013 11:00 AM
Editor’s note: Bryan Burns is ESPN’s vice president, strategic business planning and development. He leads the company’s business strategy team for ESPN 3D, the industry’s first 3D television network. In this Front Row post, he reflects on ESPN HD’s 10th anniversary.
It isn’t often that a company and its people have the opportunity to help materially change the technological underpinnings of an entire industry. Ten years ago this weekend, that’s what happened at ESPN. continue reading…
posted by Kristie Chong-Adler on March 28, 2013 8:00 AM
Eamonn Brennan’s travel schedule (Graphic by Kristie Chong-Adler)
ESPN.com college basketball writer Eamonn Brennan will give new meaning to the term “Final Four” over the next four days.
Brennan is hitting the road for a four-NCAA- regional-sites-in-four-days, whirlwind tour to cover the Sweet 16 and Elite 8.
Kicking off at 11 a.m. ET today — and continuing through Sunday — fans will be able to interact cross-platform with Brennan by using the hashtag #MyMadness. continue reading…
posted by Joe Walsh on February 8, 2013 1:15 PM
Welcome to another edition of the Fan Central Mailbag. Remember, if you have an ESPN-related question, follow us @ESPN_FanCentral and use #FanCentralMB to tweet your questions. You can also e-mail them to FanCentral@ESPN.com.
Before we dive into your latest batch of questions, here’s a quick schedule update. Baseball Tonight (@ESPN_BBTN) debuts this Monday at 2:30 p.m. ET on ESPN2. This season’s Baseball Tonight Goodyear Express Tour starts Monday at the World Champion San Francisco Giants’ spring training site in Scottsdale, Ariz. Baseball Tonight will begin at 3 p.m. the rest of next week. Here’s the full spring training tour schedule.
Now, onto your questions . . .
There was a story on SportsCenter about an email [Baltimore] Ravens coach John Harbaugh received from someone named Mike, who is physically challenged. The story talked about how the team was inspired by the email. Is that story available for me to watch again? — Merle
This is a great story that everyone should watch at least once. A quick summary: 21-year-old Ravens fan Matthew Jeffers, who has Skeletal Dysplasia, sent Harbaugh an inspirational email titled A Reason to Win following the eventual Super Bowl Champion Ravens’ third consecutive loss heading into Week 16 of the season.
When will the NCAA men’s basketball Bubble Watch be available? — Justin continue reading…