ESPN Radio 'Comes of Age'
Tue Jul 19 16:02:17 EDT 2011
I remember the Enterprise Sports Network (I want to say 82-83 time frame?).
I thought afterward for a while ESPN stood for ENTERPRISE Sports Programming
network, because of that radio venture (No Cable TV available in Allston at
that time.....also why V66 was so sucessful, all the college kids in City of
Boston didn't have access to MTV)
BTW...Was Boston the last "Major" city to get cabled up?
From: Mark Laurence
Sent: Tuesday, July 19, 2011 2:54 PM
Cc: Boston Radio
Subject: Re: ESPN Radio 'Comes of Age'
On Jul 19, 2011, at 02:44 PM, Don <Donald_Astelle@yahoo.com> wrote:Wasn't
this the origins of ESPN?
> i.,e...Enterprise SPorts Network?
I'd always heard ESPN stood for "Entertainment and Sports Programming
Network." For what it's worth Wikipedia agrees.
Maybe that's how they can justify poker tournaments. :)=
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