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|Owned by||ESPN Inc. (The Walt Disney Company (80%), Hearst Corporation (20%))|
|Picture format||480i (SDTV)
|Language||English , Spanish & Portuguese|
|Headquarters||Bristol, Connecticut, United States
Los Angeles, California, United States
Mexico City, Mexico
|Dish Network||854 (SD)|
|Available on most cable systems||Check local listings|
|Verizon Fios||1520 (SD)
|AT&T U-Verse||3113 (SD)
ESPN Deportes (Spanish pronunciation: [i.es.piˈen deˈportes], ESPN Sports) is a Spanish-language sports channel for Hispanic sports fans in the United States. The channel broadcasts transmissions made in Mexico City, Los Angeles and in Bristol, Connecticut.
Currently, ESPN Deportes hosts several platforms. These include: ESPN Deportes and ESPN Deportes HD television, which offer over 1,000 hours of unparalleled Spanish-language sports programming; ESPN Deportes Radio, the only round-the-clock national Spanish-Language sports radio network in the United States; ESPNDeportes.com, the Number 1 Spanish-language sports website among Spanish-preferred fans in the US; ESPN Deportes La Revista, the first general sports Spanish-Language magazine in the United States, and ESPN Deportes Mobile, the brand's emerging business which offers Spanish-language sports content to fans via wireless devices.
ESPN Deportes began in July 2001 when ESPN and Major League Baseball began offering Spanish-Language telecasts of the Home Run Derby and select Sunday Night Baseball games. This was expanded to a full broadcast of Sunday Night Baseball and Sunday Night Football games, as well as boxing. In 2007, ESPN Deportes began a daily English segment on the late edition of its American parent's SportsCenter, hosted by Michele LaFountain and several other personalities.
ESPN Deportes was officially launched on January 7th, 2004 as a 24-hour sports channel. ESPN Deportes started transmitting in High Definition on April 16, 2011.
According to Nielsen, 5.5 million Hispanic households are subscribed to a plan that includes ESPN Deportes.
The following is a summary of the current programming on ESPN Deportes.
ESPN Deportes unveiled the following studio shows in the fall of 2012.
The following is a list of sporting events that ESPN Deportes provides regular coverage for:
Launched on October 5, 2005, ESPN Deportes Radio is the only 24-hour Spanish-language radio network serving the Hispanic sports fans in the United States. Since its launch, the radio network has grown to include 45 affiliates across the country, reaching close to 80% of the Hispanic population in the U.S. The station is also available via SIRIUS Satellite Radio, ESPN Deportes Radio iPhone and Android applications, and ESPNDeportesRadio.com.
In addition to the broadcast of live events, the radio network features sports news and information programming, including top-rated show Jorge Ramos y su Banda, which provides soccer analysis from sports journalists in the U.S.; Raza Deportiva, covering the latest sports information and news; ESPN al Despertar, the radio network’s morning drive talk show; and A los Golpes with news in the world of boxing.
Launched in September of 2000, ESPN Deportes.com covers more than 20 different sports with news, statistics, analysis and real-time scores. The website also features video and audio programming; fantasy games; live event webcasts; live chat with players, ESPN experts and other sports personalities;enterprise journalism; user-generated content features includes message boards and ‘conversations’, with fans able to post comments on selected news items and blogs. The website is aimed at readers from Latin American countries as well.
Launched in August 2005, ESPN Deportes La Revista is a monthly Spanish-language magazine distributed in association with Grupo GW. 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 editions of ESPN The Magazine. The Editorial section covers Major League Baseball, as well as winter baseball from the Dominican Republic, Mexico, Puerto Rico and Venezuela; boxing; NFL; international soccer; auto racing; action sports; and more.
La Revista is also now available in digital format through Zinio.
The recently launched ESPN Deportes +, the Spanish-language version of ESPN3, is the company's online multi-screen sports platform. It will provide the most comprehensive offering of live sports in Spanish on a multi-screen network available on computers, smartphones, tablets and Xbox Live. The new platform is set to launch later this year. ESPN Deportes+ will become an extension of ESPN Deportes Television, offering additional, exclusive Spanish-language programming of over 200 sports events. ESPN Deportes+ will potentially reach approximately 7.7 million Hispanic households.
ESPN Deportes is available on some cable systems including Comcast, AT&T, Cox Communications, Time Warner Cable, and Brighthouse Networks, as well as on Dish Network and DirecTV. Cablevision offers the channel to its digital cable subscribers.