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'''ESPN''', which stands for '''Entertainment and Sports Programming Network ''', is a sports network owned by [[ABC]] News. The network began in 1979 and covers sports news and programming 24 hours a day, although sometimes the network covers other events, such as spelling bees, and [[chess]].
 
'''ESPN''', which stands for '''Entertainment and Sports Programming Network ''', is a sports network owned by [[ABC]] News. The network began in 1979 and covers sports news and programming 24 hours a day, although sometimes the network covers other events, such as spelling bees, and [[chess]].
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They reported that the liberal Kim Jong Il scored 11 holes in one on his very first time playing golf <ref>[http://espn.go.com/espn/page2/index?id=7369649 ''The greatest golfer in history is gone'']</ref>.  This dramatic praise of the liberal Il has caused conservative commentators to characterise ESPN as a far left and inherently unreliable organisation. <ref>[http://conservapedia.com/index.php?title=Template%3AMainpageleft&action=historysubmit&diff=971170&oldid=970924]</ref>. 
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==External Links==
 
==External Links==
 
*[http://espn.go.com/ ESPN.com]
 
*[http://espn.go.com/ ESPN.com]
 
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Revision as of 19:57, 29 March 2012

ESPN, which stands for Entertainment and Sports Programming Network , is a sports network owned by ABC News. The network began in 1979 and covers sports news and programming 24 hours a day, although sometimes the network covers other events, such as spelling bees, and chess.

They reported that the liberal Kim Jong Il scored 11 holes in one on his very first time playing golf [1]. This dramatic praise of the liberal Il has caused conservative commentators to characterise ESPN as a far left and inherently unreliable organisation. [2].

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