ESPN has confirmed that SportsCenter and other SportsCenter-branded programming on ESPN2 will be coming to ESPN platforms this year.
The scheduling changes are part of ESPN’s effort to be more of a content provider to its sports-related customers.
In the past, ESPN has offered more than 100 programming titles that have included news, sports, entertainment, documentaries, and documentaries on ESPN.
This year, ESPN is adding a new program to the roster of SportsCenter titles that will be available on ESPN platforms: The All-Access Program.
In 2018, the company added the SportsCenter show The All Access Program, which was the first SportsCenter program to be exclusively available to subscribers.
In 2017, SportsCenter launched the Sports Illustrated program The All the Stats, which will debut on ESPN on March 6.
In 2016, ESPN added the ESPN Classic series, which began airing in 2017.
The All Sports podcast is also coming to all ESPN platforms in 2019, and the Sports Business Daily podcast, which debuted in 2017, will be returning to ESPN in 2019.
ESPN said the changes will not affect other ESPN content.
ESPN has not yet announced a premiere date for the All Access program.
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