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Pitaro also stressed that this was just the beginning of ESPN’s digital offerings.“We love the breadth of content that we are launching with, but this is the first inning and we are going to be adding more content on a regular basis,” he said.Six weeks later he was drafted into the Army during World War II.Paterno spent a year in the Army before being discharged in time to start the 1946 school year at Brown University where his tuition was paid by Busy Arnold.ESPN dove into the digital world on Thursday with the launch of ESPN , a .99 per month direct-to-consumer subscription streaming service, and a new-look ESPN app.The content offered includes live events, personalized experiences, niche sports, signature programming, and the full library of “30 for 30” films.Check out some of the best moments from the last quarter decade.
During his career, he led the Nittany Lions to 37 bowl appearances with 24 wins while turning down offers to coach National Football League (NFL) teams that included the Pittsburgh Steelers and the New England Patriots.
' Has the Right Chemistry Former Cornell Big Red football player Pitaro was also very excited about ESPN’s partnership with the Ivy League — which he swears was set in motion before he became president — along with over a dozen mid-major college conferences.
“When you compare it to what is available right now and what is upcoming from our competitors, we very much like our hand here,” he said.
“It will be our best and most modern expression of our brand. the basic premise and principle is ‘let’s get out of the way of the content and let the content shine,'” Pitaro said, adding that experiences will be personalized, so that they are “serving the right content to the right user at the right time.” Included in the 10,000 live events on ESPN (which will be identified on the app by a gold flag) are MLB, NHL and MLS games (but no NFL as of yet), and also fringe sports that are usually harder to find, such as rugby, cricket, PGA tour events, English Premier League, lacrosse and boxing.
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