ESPN, Inc., The Worldwide Leader in Sports, is the leading multinational, multimedia sports entertainment company featuring the broadest portfolio of multimedia sports assets with over 50 business entities. Based in Bristol, Conn., with 4,000 employees (7,000 worldwide) ESPN Plaza includes 950,000 square feet in 16 buildings on 123 acres (116 contiguous), with additional office space (400,000 sq. ft.) rented nearby.The company is 80 percent owned by ABC, Inc., an indirect subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company.  The Hearst Corporation holds a 20 percent interest in ESPN.
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A year after Colin Kaepernick's first protest, his absence looms larger than ever

It's strange to look back on it now, as the U.S. president scolds the NFL for a perceived lack of patriotism, but when then-49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick's decision not to stand for the national anthem first draw attention last year, the football world wasn't impressed. Everyone from supersta…

Donald Trump is running out of people to piss off

Donald Trump is running out of people to piss off.  Sure, he's already on the bad side of plenty of Americans: immigrants, women, minorities, generally any decent people. Now, we can add professional athletes to the list. SEE ALSO: The first NFL game of Sept. 24 started with a powerful, unpreceden…

NFL players protest Trump and racism in games across the country.

Football players have been galvanized by criticism from the president.

Trump Repeats Call For NFL Boycott To Stop Anthem Protests

Under fire, the president characteristically digs in.

Trump can’t stop attacking black sports figures.

The president wants athletes to "stick to sports." He's only ensuring they won't.
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