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ESPN, Clinton Foundation Hosting Town Hall Summit On Youth Sports
Published December 17, 2013
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The summit will be held on Jan. 13 and air in an edited fashion on ESPN2 on Feb. 9 in primetime. "We think this will be an important and engaging conversation," said ESPN Digital & Print Media Senior VP/Content Rob King. "We're thrilled to be able to take our storytelling and journalism to a higher focus with the Clinton Foundation and raise awareness on a very serious issue." The edited telecast of the summit will also be promoted on ABC's scheduled broadcast of Bulls-Lakers earlier on Feb. 9. The Clinton Health Matters Initiative conference itself is held in conjunction with the PGA Tour’s Humana Challenge event.