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ESPN's president claims Apple has been 'frustrated' with its efforts to launch TV service

ESPN president John Skipper stated in a new interview that his sports TV network continue to have "ongoing conversations" with Apple on their own efforts to launch a TV service. However, he also claims Apple has been "frustrated by their ability to construct something which works for them with programmers."

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ESPN for iPhone and iPad integrates live video, adds Spotlight search and more

ESPN has integrated live video into its flagship app for iPhone and iPad, while also adding support for a number of features found in iOS 9.

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ESPN app gets revamped with full support for iPad and iPhone 6

The ESPN Sportscenter app for the iPhone and iPad got a major revamp today, as the cable TV network has updated it with not just a new design but a new name; it's now called just the ESPN app. The new design includes full support for the larger screens for not just the iPad but also for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.

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Pebble scores a win with ESPN and the latest scores on your wrist

ESPN app for Pebble now brings the latest sports scores from your favorite teams to your wrist. Whenever a score is updated, your Pebble smartwatch will buzz and you'll see updates on your watch where the ESPN app will serve as a "wrist-top SportsCenter."

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Best World Cup 2014 apps for iPhone and iPad: FIFA, theScore, ESPN FC and more!

Get the best World Cup 2014 experience on your iPhone and iPad with these five top apps!

The 2014 FIFA World Cup is finally here and football fans the world over are preparing to cheer on their nations down in Brazil. We're really fortunate this time around, too, that our iPhones and iPads are even better ways of experiencing all of the action wherever we may be.

And so without further ado lets take a look at a selection of the best that the App Store has to offer!

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ESPN Radio brings live coverage of the World Cup to iTunes Radio

iTunes Radio users will be able to stream World Cup games when things get rolling in just a few days. Apple is introducing a new ESPN Radio station that will include not only live World Cup action, but also ESPN standards like Sportscenter All Night and Mike & Mike. This also marks the first time a live sporting event will be cast through the iTunes Radio service.

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Dish Network signs deals with ESPN, Disney to enable mobile content streaming

Using apps found in Apple's App Store, Google Play, the Amazon Appstore and the Windows store, viewers will be able to watch live programming from ABC Family, Disney Channel and Disney XD, as well as live network streams of ABC, which are currently available in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, Houston, Fresno, Philadelphia and Raleigh-Durham.

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ESPN holds 'preliminary talks' over web-based TV, a star in Apple TV's future?

In a world where television is still tightly controlled by the cable providers, the news that ESPN is considering a future in web-based TV is both positive and exciting. The Disney owned sports network has reportedly been holding 'preliminary talks' to take their entire offering online according to Bloomberg:

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How to follow along with the Super Bowl on iPhone and iPad

Super Bowl XLVII is just around the corner and this year we'll be witnessing the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers go head to head. If for some reason you won't be able to catch the entire game live in front of your television set, there are tons of apps available in the App Store that can help you keep up play by play straight from your iPhone or iPad no matter where you are or what you're doing.

So if you want to make sure you're kept up to date with scores, plays, and more, follow along for some app suggestions that'll help you do just that.

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ESPN ScoreCenter for iPhone updated with iPad UI in time for bowl season

It's been a long time coming, but ESPN ScoreCenter for iPhone has finally been updated with a refreshed interface that mirrors that of its larger iPad-fitted version. The new interface ditches the swiping five-panel layout of the old ScoreCenter, opting instead for a simplified layout while adding support for ESPN's rapidly-growing video catalog and greatly improving app performance. Everything you liked about ScoreCenter is still there, while a lot of what you disliked has been excised or improved. And it's still free - can't beat that.

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