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It seems interactive elements are the foundation upon which ESPN's talk show lineup is built, notably fueling ratings stalwarts "First Take" and "His and Hers," among others. Adopting that tried-and-true format is "Nación ESPN," dedicated to presenting relevant, diverse sports news and information tailored to young, bilingual U.S. sports fans. Driven by fan connectivity, lively debates and engaging discussions -- in both English and Spanish -- the weekly series is hosted by Jorge Sedano, Bernardo Osuna and Marly Rivera, whose varied sports journalism backgrounds and unique points of view are reflective of ESPN's diverse Hispanic audience.

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Jorge Sedano, Bernardo Osuna and Marly Rivera discuss the most relevant and diverse sports news.
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Jorge Sedano, Marly Rivera and Alfredo Lomeli host a roundtable discussion on NFL, MLB, boxing and soccer. Special musical guest appearance by LADAMA.

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