Fox Sports’ Grantland: ESPN and ESPN2 have a lot to celebrate in the new digital era

The most exciting part of ESPN’s move to digital in 2019 is the fact that the networks can now offer full-length documentaries in a way that wasn’t possible before.

But there’s also a lot of promise for those who like to watch a wide variety of sports programming.

Here’s a look at some of the new features, with a couple highlights from ESPN.

First, the ESPN Sports Network: A documentary from the network that will be a must-see on your ESPN.com homepage, starting today.

The network will be showcasing a variety of documentaries from across its archive, including those from ESPN’s history, and many from the past, including a documentary about a young football player named Jimmy Dean.

The doc will be available on a first-come, first-served basis, with the first 100 people who sign up to watch the documentary getting first dibs on access to it.

You can also get the full doc on Apple TV, Roku and Amazon Fire devices.

ESPN also has its own ESPN Originals, which will be the same format as ESPN’s ESPN2, which is where most of the network’s sports content will be aired.

This is another exciting part for ESPN, and one that will give viewers a lot more ways to watch their favorite sports programming without needing to stream it over the air.

ESPN Origines are an important part of the ESPN brand, but with a focus on sports, this new slate of documentaries will have a much bigger impact.

There will also be a new ESPN.TV Originals series on ESPN3, which you can sign up for today, which can be accessed through the ESPN website.

The new network will also launch an online hub for all of its ESPN Origins, which ESPN says will bring a lot less content than the network currently has in place, but ESPN promises that this hub will also give viewers more options to watch content.

ESPN will also continue to offer on-demand content to its subscribers.

On-demand will be accessible to anyone, from subscribers to sports fans.

The streaming service also plans to roll out the ability for people to watch on-air programming on their laptops and desktops.

Finally, the network will offer ESPN Origates on iPad and on Roku devices, as well as on Apple TVs and Amazon TVs.

And of course, all of this will be free to subscribers.

ESPN’s original programming is still available on cable and satellite TV, but the network is making its own deals with cable and the broadcast networks to offer its content on demand.

The deal with cable will give ESPN a way to reach its subscribers who typically aren’t watching ESPN on the air, but it also opens the door for more subscribers to watch ESPN online and on other devices.

So if you’re looking to watch sports, and you have an Apple TV or Amazon Fire device, you can get this new network for free, too.

ESPN has also released a new app called ESPN Now, which lets you access a variety (including live streaming) of ESPN content, including live events, documentaries, and more.

The app is available for free on iOS and Android.

The apps are designed to make it easier for you to discover, follow and watch ESPN content as it’s broadcasted on the network.

And while the app is only available on the Apple TV platform, ESPN says that it plans to offer an Android app for some time.

The full slate of new sports documentaries is available here.

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