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.
All news and information about your favorite sport with David Faitelson and Adriana Monsalve.
Host Suzy Kolber and a cast of thousands preview the Monday night NFL matchup, which, not coincidentally, also airs on ESPN. Kolber is joined by, among others, former NFL stars Randy Moss, Steve Young and Charles Woodson to analyze every last morsel of information pertaining to Monday night's combatants, plus discuss the latest news that developed out of Sunday's action. Also contributing are NFL information men Chris Mortensen, Adam Schefter and Louis Riddick.
This longtime ESPN staple doesn't air in prime time anymore, and the original tag team of Chris Berman and Tom Jackson are no longer involved. But it lives on, albeit in a slightly different form, with host Trey Wingo presenting a shorter-form highlights package of Sunday's NFL action coupled with more in-depth analysis from former players Jeff Saturday and Tim Hasselbeck.
Trey Wingo, Wendi Nix and Suzy Kolber take turns at the helm of this weekday show, directing a rotating cast of analysts who break down the latest NFL news and offer views on the players, coaches, teams and even front-office personnel. In the end, you'll know who's hurt, who's hot and who may be making headlines.
This Sunday pregame staple debuted in 1985 and soon became a signature ESPN series behind host Chris Berman, who was at the helm for three decades. Taking over that role is Samantha Ponder, a one-time college football reporter and contributor. She introduces the features and directs the storylines associated with the day's games, joined by a roster of analysts highlighted by ex-NFL players. Chris Mortensen and Adam Schefter deliver breaking news and injury updates, while reporters at game sites set the scenes.
The latest news, highlights and inside information from every corner of the sports world is presented each day on "SportsCenter," ESPN's first-ever program when the network debuted in September of 1979. The flagship series airs an evening edition and a brand new midnight show each weekday before the stage is cleared for a live "SportsCenter" morning block that emphasizes fast-paced, highlights-driven reports and what's new on social media platforms.