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Sunday, April 12 • 12:00pm - 1:15pm
The ESPN Effect: Studying The Worldwide Leader in Sports

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ESPN has grown from a start-up cable network in 1979 to a $50 billion global enterprise. This panel focuses on research in the upcoming book, "The ESPN Effect: Academic Studies of the Worldwide Leader in Sports," examining some of the network's economic, journalistic, and cultural impacts.
Moderator: John McGuire, Oklahoma State University
Panelists: Brody Ruihley, University of Cincinnati; ESPN and the Fantasy Sport Experience
John McGuire, Oklahoma State University; in the Beginning: The Rasmussens as Nascent Entrepreneurs in the Launch of ESPN
David Staton, University of Oregon; Lipsyte, the Leage, and the "Leader": An Ombudsman's Tale
Andi Stein, California State University, Fullerton; The Mouse that Scored: Disney's Reconfiguration of ESPN and ABC Sports
Respondent: Andrew C. Billings, University of Alabama

Sunday April 12, 2015 12:00pm - 1:15pm
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