Miller and Shales present the first complete and never-before-revealed history of ESPN--the worldwide leader and the rowdiest frat house in sports TV. Announcers and analysts as well as sports stars share their stories about the network.
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"This lengthy history of ESPN, which has only existed since 1978, will be as addictive to listeners as the 24-hour network is to sports junkies. James Miller, Matt McCarthy, and Joan Baker alternate delivering the memories of virtually every person who has helped make ESPN the force it is. This troika provides excellent changes of pace and prevents the various speakers from sounding alike. ESPN fans will love hearing all the inside stories, told with emotion and candor, and will savor the book as much as they enjoy a sudden-death playoff. D.J.S. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award (c) AudioFile 2011, Portland, Maine"
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