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ESPN
ESPN
Deportes (Spanish pronunciation: [i.espiˈen deˈpoɾtes], ESPN
ESPN
Sports) is an American Spanish language
Spanish language
digital cable and satellite sports television channel that is owned by ESPN
ESPN
Inc., a joint venture between the Disney–ABC Television Group
Disney–ABC Television Group
division of The Walt Disney Company
The Walt Disney Company
(which owns a controlling 80% stake) and the Hearst Communications
Hearst Communications
(which owns the remaining 20%). The network is aimed primarily at Hispanic population in the United States. The channel broadcasts from studio facilities at ESPN's traditional bases of operations in Los Angeles, Coral Gables, Florida
Coral Gables, Florida
and Bristol, Connecticut, along with their Mexican base in Mexico
Mexico
City. ESPN
ESPN
Deportes is available on most cable and satellite providers including Comcast, Altice USA, AT&T U-verse, Cox Communications, Charter Communications, Dish Network
Dish Network
and DirecTV. According to Nielsen, ESPN
ESPN
Deportes is available to at least 5.5 million Hispanic households in the United States
United States
through a programming package that includes the channel. Conversely, ESPN
ESPN
does not maintain second audio program audio feeds on any of their English-language channels in the United States
United States
(except for ABC's SAP Spanish coverage for the NBA Finals), allowing full exclusivity to ESPN
ESPN
Deportes for the Spanish rights to their properties.

Contents

1 History

1.1 Personalities

2 Programming

2.1 Current programming

2.1.1 Studio programs

3 Sporting events

3.1 Association Football 3.2 American Football 3.3 Baseball 3.4 Basketball 3.5 Boxing 3.6 eSports 3.7 Golf 3.8 Kickboxing 3.9 Mixed martial arts (MMA) 3.10 Multi-sport events 3.11 Tennis

4 ESPN
ESPN
Deportes Radio 5 ESPN
ESPN
Deportes.com 6 ESPN
ESPN
Deportes La Revista 7 ESPN
ESPN
Deportes + by ESPN3 8 References 9 External links

History[edit] ESPN
ESPN
Deportes launched as an alternate Spanish-language programming feed in July 2001, when ESPN
ESPN
and Major League Baseball
Major League Baseball
began offering Spanish-language telecasts of the Home Run Derby
Home Run Derby
and select Sunday Night Baseball game telecasts. By 2003, this simulcast was expanded to all Sunday Night Baseball
Sunday Night Baseball
and Sunday Night Football game broadcasts, as well as boxing. ESPN
ESPN
Deportes became a separate 24-hour sports cable channel on January 7, 2004. In 2007, ESPN
ESPN
Deportes began producing a daily English language
English language
segment featured during the overnight editions of its American parent network's SportsCenter
SportsCenter
program, hosted by Michele LaFountain and several other personalities. ESPN
ESPN
Deportes launched a 720p
720p
high definition simulcast feed in April 2011, though as many American Spanish-language cable network packages remain with the majority of networks in standard definition, ESPN
ESPN
Deportes maintains their "BottomLine" news ticker in a form designed for 4:3 sets, matching the form seen on ESPN
ESPN
Classic and ESPN
ESPN
on ABC broadcasts. However as of 2016, the BottomLine ticker has since expanded to the 16:9 design used by the other ESPN
ESPN
networks. On December 7, 2015, the network debuted its new four-studio production facility in Mexico City
Mexico City
with the Spanish version of SportsCenter. Jorge Eduardo Sánchez and Carolina Padrón anchored the first SportsCenter
SportsCenter
from the new studios which also featured well-known Mexican journalist José Ramón Fernández interviewing Mexican football managers Tomás Boy
Tomás Boy
and Miguel Herrera. On January 4, 2016, the network moved all their shows produced in Mexico
Mexico
to the new facilities, including Fútbol Picante, Los Capitanes and Cronómetro. Personalities[edit] Main article: List of ESPN
ESPN
Latin America announcers Programming[edit] Current programming[edit] Studio programs[edit]

SportsCenter
SportsCenter
– Based on the format of the flagship U.S. program, it is an hour-long program featuring the day's scores and highlights from major sporting events, along with commentary, analysis, previews and feature stories. The ESPN
ESPN
Deportes version focuses mostly on culturally relevant sports news and stories, and offers in-depth analysis and highlights aimed at Hispanic viewers. Fútbol Picante
Fútbol Picante
– A roundtable discussion program featuring a panel of journalists discussing the day's football headlines and scores. Co-hosted by José Ramón Fernández and former footballers Roberto Gómez Junco and Luis Roberto "Zague" Alves, the program focuses specifically on the Mexican First Division and the Mexico
Mexico
national football team; regular commentators on the program include Ciro Procuna, Héctor Huerta, John Sutcliffe, Hugo Sánchez, Rafael Puente, Felipe Ramos Rizo, Alejandro de la Rosa, Heriberto Murrieta, Ángel García Toraño, Francisco Gabriel de Anda, Jared Borgetti, and David Faitelson. Jorge Ramos y Su Banda – ESPN
ESPN
Deportes Radio's afternoon-drive football talk show, hosted by sport journalists Jorge Ramos and Hernán Pereyra with Dionisio Estrada, José del Valle, Elmer Polanco, Ricardo Mayorga, Carolina De Las Salas and Jorge Pérez-Navarro live from ESPN
ESPN
Miami studios in Coral Gables, Florida. The show airs simultaneously on ESPN
ESPN
Deportes television and ESPN
ESPN
Deportes radio weekday afternoons. Cronómetro – A news program featuring discussion and debates on Latino sports and sports stars; it is hosted by David Faitelson and José Ramón Fernández, with Eduardo Varela, Ricardo Puig, Alejandro de la Rosa, Pablo Viruega, Alvaro Morales, Jorge Carlos Mercader, and Tony Cherchi serving as contributors. The program is based on the format of Pardon the Interruption. Los Capitanes – An hour-long afternoon sports highlight program, co-hosted by Jose Ramon Fernandez, with Rafael Puente, Hector Huerta and Alejandro de la Rosa; Luis Roberto Alves "Zague", Jared Borgetti, Ángel García Toraño, Roberto Gómez Junco and other analysts serve as contributors. Nación ESPN
ESPN
– Produced from ESPN's Los Angeles
Los Angeles
studio, Nación ESPN is the meeting place for sports and entertainment on ESPN
ESPN
Deportes. Many episodes also feature a sit-down interview with a high-profile Hispanic athlete or celebrity. The program is based on the format of SportsNation and is hosted by David Faitelson, Mauricio Pedroza and Pilar Pérez. Fútbol Center – A short-form football-focused program (including coverage of leagues such as Liga MX, La Liga, Bundesliga
Bundesliga
and the Premier League); airing weekends and Thursdays before UEFA Europa League action. It is hosted mostly by Ricardo Puig; Tony Cherchi, Alejandro de la Rosa, and Antonio Valle also occasionally serve as hosts; analysts include Francisco Gabriel de Anda, Jared Borgetti, Mario Carrillo, Juan Carlos Gabriel de Anda, and various journalists based in the ESPN
ESPN
studios in Bristol. ESPN
ESPN
AM – Show hosted by Ciro Procuna and former footballer Francisco Gabriel de Anda, who together with Paulina García Robles, discuss the sports topics of the day, mainly everything related to Mexican football and share the agenda of the day through a fresh, creative and casual show that accompany the fans every morning. Béisbol Esta Noche – Formatted similarly to ESPN's Baseball Tonight, it covers baseball news and highlights, along with special guests and interviews; it is hosted by Carolina Guillén, with Candy Maldonado and Fernando Alvarez providing analysis. Golpe a Golpe – A boxing news and analysis program, hosted by former boxer Juan Manuel Márquez
Juan Manuel Márquez
and Jorge Eduardo Sánchez. The program airs each Saturday. A los Golpes – A weekly live boxing news and analysis program produced in ESPN's Los Angeles
Los Angeles
studios, hosted by former boxer Julio César Chávez, David Faitelson, and Bernardo Osuna. The program airs each Tuesday. Fuera de Juego – ESPN
ESPN
Deportes' international football program, which focuses primarily on European football (national leagues, national cups and UEFA competitions) and international football (World Cup and World Cup qualifying matches). Regular hosts include Fernando Palomo, Carolina Guillen, Andrés Agulla, Ricardo Ortiz, Richard Méndez, Manu Martín, Barak Fever and ex-footballers José Antonio Noriega and Mario Kempes. NFL Esta Noche – An NFL pre-game show preceding ESPN
ESPN
Deportes' coverage of Monday Night Football, which also features highlights and analysis of the previous Sunday's NFL action and live reports; it is hosted by Eduardo Varela, Pablo Viruega and Alba Galindo. NFL Live
NFL Live
– Produced in ESPN's studios in Mexico
Mexico
City, the show is a NFL studio show based on the format of the English-language version of the show. The show features former NFL Europe
NFL Europe
players Marco Martos, Mauricio Lopez Chavez, Gustavo Tella and Jaime “Jimmy” Gonzalez along with journalists Miguel Pasquel, and Kary Correa. The show also regularly has the participation of other ESPN
ESPN
Spanish-language NFL experts including John Sutcliffe, Raul Allegre, Eduardo Varela, Pablo Viruega, Ciro Procuna among others. Unlike in Mexico
Mexico
where it airs weekdays throughout the year, the show only airs on weekends during the NFL season on ESPN
ESPN
Deportes. Raza Deportiva – The network's first live morning show, featuring hosts based in different locations; it is hosted by football expert Rafa Ramos, Mauricio Pedroza (both based in Los Angeles); Leo Vega (based in Coral Gables); Oscar Restrepo (based in Colombia); and Elizabeth Patiño (based in Mexico
Mexico
City). The show airs simultaneously on ESPN
ESPN
Deportes television and ESPN
ESPN
Deportes radio weekday mornings.

Sporting events[edit] The network has the rights to show all the events listed below but some do not air on the network due to scheduling conflicts, instead they are streamed online on ESPN
ESPN
Deportes+.[1][2] Association Football[edit]

England

EFL Championship EFL Cup

Germany

DFB-Pokal

Mexico

Liga MX: All regular season home matches of León, Necaxa and Queretaro and select home matches of Monterrey, Pachuca and UANL Copa MX: Group stage and knockout stage

Spain

Copa del Rey
Copa del Rey
Final Supercopa de España

United States

Major League Soccer: Spanish-language simulcasts of ESPN's "Game of the Week" broadcast

UEFA

UEFA Champions League
UEFA Champions League
(2014–2018; Final: 2016, 2018) UEFA Europa League

Other

International Champions Cup Florida
Florida
Cup International friendlies

American Football[edit]

National Football League
National Football League
(NFL)

Monday Night Football Pro Bowl One Wild Card playoff game

College Football

College Football Playoff: Championship Game, Cotton Bowl, Fiesta Bowl, Orange Bowl, Peach Bowl, Rose Bowl, and Sugar Bowl ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, MAC, Pac-12, SEC, Sun Belt Bowl games

Baseball[edit]

Major League Baseball
Major League Baseball
(MLB)

Monday, Wednesday and Sunday Night Baseball Home Run Derby One Wild Card game each postseason

Others

World Baseball Classic Caribbean Series Little League World Series Mexican Pacific League

Basketball[edit]

National Basketball Association
National Basketball Association
(NBA)

NBA Wednesday, NBA Friday
NBA Friday
and NBA Saturday Primetime NBA playoffs NBA Finals

College Basketball

ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, Big East, Pac-12, SEC (all shown only on ESPN Deportes+)

Other

FIBA Basketball World Cup FIBA Americas Championship

Boxing[edit]

Golden Boy Promotions Top Rank

eSports[edit]

Madden Club Championship

Golf[edit]

Masters Tournament

Kickboxing[edit]

GLORY

Mixed martial arts (MMA)[edit]

Bellator MMA

Multi-sport events[edit]

Pan American Games Central American and Caribbean Games X Games

Tennis[edit]

Grand Slam: Australian Open, Wimbledon, US Open ATP Masters 1000 (shown only on ESPN
ESPN
Deportes+)

ESPN
ESPN
Deportes Radio[edit] Main article: ESPN
ESPN
Deportes Radio ESPN
ESPN
Deportes Radio launched on October 5, 2005, as the only 24-hour Spanish-language radio network aimed at U.S. Hispanic sports fans. Since its launch, the radio network has grown to include 45 affiliates nationwide, reaching close to 80% of the Hispanic population in the United States. The network is also available on Sirius Satellite Radio, and is streamed on the ESPN
ESPN
Deportes Radio mobile app for iOS and Android devices, and on ESPNDeportesRadio.com. In addition to broadcasting live sports events, the radio network features various sports news and analysis programs (such as the football analysis program Jorge Ramos y su Banda; sports news program Raza Deportiva; morning drive talk show ESPN
ESPN
al Despertar; and the boxing news program A los Golpes). ESPN
ESPN
also operates radio networks, stations and programs in Latin America:

ESPN
ESPN
107.9 FM (Argentina) ESPN
ESPN
Radio en Rivadavia (Argentina) ESPN
ESPN
Radio Fórmula (Mexico) ESPN
ESPN
Radio - Bío-Bío Deportes (Chile) ESPN
ESPN
Radio El Dorado (Brazil)

ESPN
ESPN
Deportes.com[edit] Main article: ESPN
ESPN
Deportes.com Launched in September 2000, ESPNDeportes.com
ESPNDeportes.com
covers more than 20 different sports with news, statistics, analysis and real-time scores aimed at U.S. and Latin American readers. The website also features video and audio content; fantasy games; live event webcasts; live chats with players, ESPN
ESPN
experts and other sports personalities; enterprise journalism; user-generated content including message boards and "conversations", with fans able to post comments on selected news items and blogs. ESPN
ESPN
Deportes La Revista[edit] ESPN
ESPN
Deportes La Revista is a monthly Spanish-language magazine first published in August 2005, and distributed in conjunction with Grupo GW. ESPN
ESPN
Deportes La Revista offers a mix of original content targeted to the interests of U.S. Hispanics, as well as material from the English-language publication ESPN: The Magazine. The editorial section covers sports such as Major League Baseball, as well as winter baseball from the Dominican Republic, Mexico
Mexico
Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico
and Venezuela; boxing; the NFL; international football; auto racing; and action sports. A digital edition of La Revista is available through Zinio. ESPN
ESPN
Deportes + by ESPN3[edit] ESPN
ESPN
Deportes +, the Spanish-language version of ESPN3, is a multi-platform sports streaming service that is expected to launch in 2014. The service provides comprehensive live sports content in Spanish available for streaming on computers, smartphones, tablets and Xbox Live. ESPN
ESPN
Deportes+ offers additional exclusive Spanish-language programming of over 200 sports events, supplementary to the content carried by the ESPN
ESPN
Deportes television network. The service will potentially reach approximately 7.7 million Hispanic households. References[edit]

^ http://www.espn.com/watchespn/index/_/channel/espn3/search/spanish/type/upcoming/ ^ http://espncms.com/pdf/deportes-planning-guide.html

External links[edit]

Official website

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Sports television in the United States

Broadcast divisions

English

CBS Sports ESPN
ESPN
on ABC Fox Sports NBC Sports Stadium Turner Sports

Spanish

Azteca Deportes Telemundo Deportes
Telemundo Deportes
(Telemundo/Universo) Univision Deportes

National channels

English

beIN Sports CBS Sports
CBS Sports
Network ESPN

ESPN2

FS1

FS2

NBCSN

Olympic Channel

Spanish

beIN Sports en Español ESPN
ESPN
Deportes Fox Deportes Univision Deportes
Univision Deportes
Network

Specialty channels

College

Big Ten Network ESPNU Fox College Sports Pac-12 Network SEC Network

Single sport

Cricket TicketO ESPN
ESPN
College Extra ESPN
ESPN
Goal Line & Bases LoadedP Fox Soccer PlusP GOL TV Golf Channel In DemandP MAVTV MLB Network MLB Extra InningsO MLB Strike ZoneP MLS Direct KickO NBA League PassO NBA TV NFL Network NFL RedZoneP NFL Sunday TicketO NHL Network NHL Center IceO Tennis Channel TVG

TVG2

Willow Ride TV

Outdoors

The Cowboy Channel Frost Great Outdoors Outdoor Channel

Sportsman Channel World Fishing Network

Pursuit Channel

Other

Eleven Sports Network ESPN
ESPN
Classic ESPNews ESPN
ESPN
PPVP

Syndicators

ACC Network
ACC Network
(Raycom Sports) ESPN
ESPN
Events

Broadband

CBS Sports
CBS Sports
HQ Club WWN Fox Sports Go FITE TV Global Wrestling Network Honor Club MLB.tv UFC Fight Pass Watch ESPN
ESPN
(ESPN3; ACC Network
ACC Network
Extra) WWE Network WWNLive

Video on demand

The Ski Channel Surf Channel

v t e

Regional sports television networks in the United States

AT&T SportsNet

Pittsburgh Rocky Mountain Southwest Root Sports Northwest
Root Sports Northwest
(part-ownership)

Fox Sports Networks

Arizona Detroit Florida
Florida
/ Sun Midwest

Indiana Kansas City

North Ohio / SportsTime Ohio Southeast / South

Carolinas Tennessee

Southwest

Oklahoma New Orleans

West / Prime Ticket

San Diego

Wisconsin YES Network

NBC Sports
NBC Sports
Regional Networks (Comcast)

Bay Area Boston California Chicago Northwest

Oregon Sports Network

Washington Philadelphia

Spectrum Sports (Charter)

Florida Kansas City Los Angeles

SportsNet/Deportes SportsNet LA

SportsNet New York
SportsNet New York
(part ownership) Ohio Wisconsin

Independents

Altitude Sports Buckeye Cable Sports BYUtv
BYUtv
Sports Cox Sports TV FiOS1 Longhorn Network Mid-Atlantic Sports Midco Sports MSG Network

Plus Western NY

NESN SportsNet NY SWX Right Now

v t e

Defunct television sports networks in the United States

National

America One American Sports Classics American Sports Network Back9Network Baseball Network Big 12 Network CNN SI ESPN
ESPN
3D Football Network Fox Soccer Lorimar Sports Network Mizlou NASCAR Hot Pass NewSport One World Sports ONTV SEC TV Speed SportsChannel America Sports Network Universal Sports Network

Regional

4SD Carolinas SE Cox Sports Empire Hawkvision MountainWest PASS Sports Prime PRISM Royals Sports SportsChannel LA Sportsvision Sports Time Victory

Out-of-market

ESPN
ESPN
Full Court ESPN
ESPN
GamePlan Mega March Madness

O. Out-of-market sports packages P. Premium channel

v t e

ESPN
ESPN
Inc.

Executives

George Bodenheimer Edwin Durso Chuck Pagano Norby Williamson James Pitaro

U.S. networks

Linear TV

ESPN ESPN2 ESPNews Classic ESPNU Deportes Longhorn Network SEC Network

Part-time/Digital

ACC Network
ACC Network
Extra ESPN
ESPN
on ABC ESPN3 College Extra Goal Line

Radio

ESPN
ESPN
Radio

Deportes

Xtra

International

Brasil

ESPN ESPN
ESPN
Brasil ESPN
ESPN
+ ESPN
ESPN
Extra

Caribbean

ESPN ESPN
ESPN
2

Indian subcontinent

Sony ESPN

Japan

J Sports

Latin America

ESPN ESPN
ESPN
2 ESPN
ESPN
3 ESPN
ESPN
+ ESPN
ESPN
Extra

Oceania

ESPN ESPN
ESPN
2

Philippines

ESPN
ESPN
5

Sub-Saharan Africa

ESPN

UK and Ireland

BT Sport
BT Sport
ESPN

Co-owned Canadian sports networks

TSN

1 2 3 4 5

RDS RDS2 RDS Info ESPN
ESPN
Classic Canada

Ventures

ESPN+ ESPN.com ESPN
ESPN
Deportes.com ESPN
ESPN
Broadband ESPN
ESPN
Events ESPN
ESPN
Films ESPN
ESPN
The Magazine ESPN
ESPN
Deportes La Revista ESPN
ESPN
Books ESPY Awards ESPN
ESPN
Integration WatchESPN

Defunct ventures

ESPN
ESPN
West Arena Football League
Arena Football League
(minority stake, 2006–2009) ESPN
ESPN
Star Sports (equity stake, 1994–2013) ESPN
ESPN
3D (2010–2013) ESPN
ESPN
America (2002–2013) ESPN
ESPN
Classic (UK) (2006–2013) ESPN
ESPN
MVP (2005–2006) Grantland
Grantland
(2011–2015) ESPN
ESPN
GamePlan (1992–2015) ESPN
ESPN
Full Court (2007–2015) ESPN
ESPN
PPV (1999–2015) ESPN
ESPN
HS (1997–2012)

Sports broadcasting rights

ESPN
ESPN
College Football High School Showcase ESPN
ESPN
Major League Baseball ESPN
ESPN
College Basketball MLS Soccer Sunday Monday Night Football CFL on TSN NBA on ESPN WNBA on ESPN List of ESPN
ESPN
sports properties

Other properties

ESPNcricinfo FCS Kickoff FiveThirtyEight Jayski's Silly Season Site ESPN
ESPN
FC ESPNscrum Scouts Inc. TrueHoop The Undefeated

Notable personalities

Current personalities Former personalities ESPNews
ESPNews
personalities ESPNU
ESPNU
personalities ESPN
ESPN
Radio personalities

Miscellaneous

History Criticism This is SportsCenter ESPN
ESPN
Zone ESPN
ESPN
Wide World of Sports Complex

Owners: Disney Media Networks 80% Hearst Corporation
Hearst Corporation
20%

v t e

Association football
Association football
on television

Broadcasters by top level league

Americas

Superliga Argentina (Argentina) Campeonato Brasileiro Série A (Brazil) Major League Soccer
Major League Soccer
(MLS Cup) (United States/Canada) Liga MX
Liga MX
(Mexico)

Europe

Armenian Premier League
Premier League
(Armenia) Belgian Pro League (Belgium) Bundesliga
Bundesliga
(Germany) Ekstraklasa (Poland) Eredivisie (Netherlands) Czech First League (Czech Republic) La Liga
La Liga
(Spain) Liga I (Romania) Ligue 1 (France) Nemzeti Bajnokság I (Hungary) Premier League
Premier League
(England) Primeira Liga (Portugal) Russian Premier League
Premier League
(Russia) Scottish Premiership (Scotland) Serie A (Italy) Vala SuperLiga (Kosovo) Slovenian PrvaLiga (Slovenia) Super League Greece (Greece) Ukrainian Premier League
Premier League
(Ukraine)

Other

Ligue 1 (Algeria) A-League (Australia) Thai League (Thailand)

Broadcasters by country

Americas

Canada (history) United States Central America South America Brazil

Asia

Japan Middle East Philippines Thailand

Europe

Albania Denmark Belgium Bosnia and Herzegovina Croatia France Germany Greece Ireland Israel Italy Kosovo Montenegro Netherlands Portugal Romania Russia Serbia Spain Sweden United Kingdom (commentators, history)

Oceania

Australia New Zealand

Broadcasters by event

Americas

Copa Libertadores

Europe

UEFA Champions League UEFA Europa League

FIFA World Cup

1998 2002 2006 2010 2014 2018

UEFA Euro

2000 2004 2008 2012 2016 2020

Dedicated channels

Canada

beIN Sports EuroWorld Sport Fox Sports World Canada Sportsnet World

France

beIN Sports Canal+ Sport SFR Sports 1 OM TV OL TV Girondins TV

Italy

Premium Calcio Sky Calcio Inter Channel Juventus Channel Milan Channel

Spain

beIN Sports beIN LaLiga M. Fútbol M. Partidazo Real Madrid TV Barça TV

United Kingdom

Sky Sports
Sky Sports
1 BT Sport
BT Sport
1 Arsenal TV Celtic TV Chelsea TV LFC TV MUTV Rangers TV

United States

beIN Sports Fox Soccer Plus GOL TV MLS Direct Kick

ESPN
ESPN
Deportes Fox Deportes Univisio

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