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Old 07-24-2008, 12:31 PM
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Originally Posted by FutureCop View Post
Actually, ESPN executives are splitting it to a bicoastal thing... Keeping its Bristol, CT roots and base (headquarters) while making an extension to LA (no headquarters). I listen to it all day, buddy. I know sports like you wouldn't believe and the fact that my friend's friend works for ESPN will also get me some more information.
but did it say that they were going to completely move to L.A. live are are they just making a second branch off their company.

heres so more information of the issue

L.A. Live - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

ESPN, Regal to set up shop at L.A. Live | North America > United States from AllBusiness.com (http://www.allbusiness.com/services/amusement-recreation-services/4567685-1.html - broken link)




http://verticalaccessinc.com/yahoo_site_admin/assets/images/LA_Live.3390132_std.JPG (broken link)
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Old 07-24-2008, 12:35 PM
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other L.A. live links

L.a. Live! - HAIF® - Houston's largest internet community

offical site
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Old 07-24-2008, 12:40 PM
Location: Scarsdale, NY
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Like I said, it's a second branch. Headquarters will still be in Connecticut. There will be shows in LA (Jim Rome is Burning, yadda yadda), but that's always been in LA. And I love Jim Rome, I don't care if he's in LA.

When I watch or listen to sports, I totally go into this zone of extreme fanhood. Sports fans don't care about what city Jim Rome is in. Jim Rome hasn't made biased comments at all. He has even boosted the Yankees own Derek Jeter when his fellow MLB ballplayers voted him as most overrated player in baseball. Jim Rome was like "Yeah, most overrated player... More like the player you most want to be."

First off, when you almost win a batting title numerous times (in 1999 he hit .349), you're not overrated. Look at half the guys who come to the Yankees with a big ego on their shoulders who think they're hot ****... What do they do when they put the pinstripes on? They choke. Jeter is a World Series MVP, All Star Game MVP, has three Gold Glove awards, four World Series rings, and he's the Yankee Captain. Steinbrenner's not paying him $19 million a year to be overrated.
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