Trends Emerging At ESPN As Net Seeks To Remain Strong In Changing Media Landscape
Trends Emerging At ESPN As Net Seeks To Remain Strong In Changing Media LandscapePublished March 20, 2017
REX APPEAL: In Philadelphia, Rob Tornoe noted ESPN signed Rex Ryan to a "multiyear deal, even as the network grapples with budget cuts and looming layoffs that has some staffers on edge." Ryan will join the net's "Sunday NFL Countdown." Tornoe: "Ryan on television is gold." Ryan performed "well-enough during a guest spot as an analyst on ESPN’s pregame coverage of Super Bowl LI for the network to bring him on board" (PHILLY.com, 3/19).
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