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ESPN.com loses some liberty

Sports media leader consolidates all sales under its flagship TV business, sources close to the plan said.

By December 14, 2004

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ESPN.com sports fans get quick clips

ESPN.com in coming weeks plans to regularly broadcast free video clips on its sports Web property, catering to visitors with high-speed Internet access.

By October 14, 2002

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ESPN.com steps back into e-commerce batter's box

The Internet unit for the Disney-owned cable sports television network announces that Nike will be the first merchant to become a tenant at its new online mall.

By September 5, 2000

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Overture teams up with ESPN

The company reaches an exclusive two-year agreement with ESPN.com to offer its commercial search results throughout the sports Web site.

By February 4, 2003

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Yahoo sports site fights to be a winner

The portal giant launches a new look for Yahoo Sports in hopes of catching up with rivals ESPN.com and CBS SportsLine.com.

By January 17, 2003

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GM, Disney take Net content on the road

The big automaker links its OnStar division with the Walt Disney Internet Group to deliver ESPN.com, Disney.com and ABCNEWS.com content to subscribers' car stereos.

July 17, 2001

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NCAA traffic puts full-court press on Net

College basketball fans heading to the Web for the latest on March Madness mainly receive good service, but many run into delays and missed connections at ESPN.com, a report says.

March 16, 2001

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Short Take: Go.com teams with Sprint for broadband content

Telecommunications firm Sprint will team with Go.com and its various Web sites to provide broadband content for digital subscriber line (DSL) users. ABCNEWS.com and ESPN.com will offer news stories and video highlights-on-demand of sports events or other programming to EarthLink Sprint DSL, Sprint High Speed DSL and Sprint ION subscribers starting early next year.

December 16, 1999

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Short Take: Go.com teams with Sprint for broadband content

Telecommunications firm Sprint will team with Go.com and its various Web sites to provide broadband content for digital subscriber line (DSL) users. ABCNEWS.com and ESPN.com will offer news stories and video highlights-on-demand of sports events or other programming to EarthLink Sprint DSL, Sprint High Speed DSL and Sprint ION subscribers starting early next year.

December 16, 1999

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Short Take: Staples hires i-traffic for online ads, marketing

Staples has hired i-traffic as its online advertising and direct marketing agency for Staples.com, the company's e-commerce business unit. I-traffic will manage all online media planning and buying and creative development for Staples.com to help drive traffic to the site. I-traffic customers include Bertelsmann, DoubleDay Book Clubs, Beyond.com, ConsumerInfo.com, Disney Online, ESPN.com, SelfCare, USA Networks Interactive, Internet Shopping Network, and FirstAuction.

By July 8, 1999