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Arena Football Returning To ESPN Via Multiyear TV Rights Deal
Published December 17, 2013
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ESPN has committed to show more than 10 regular-season and postseason games on one of its TV networks annually, including a conference championship and the ArenaBowl. It will carry another 75 games per year for its ESPN3 broadband service. These games also will be available on the AFL's website via ESPN's video player. ESPN carried the first ArenaBowl live in '87. ESPN NFL analyst Ron Jaworski owns the AFL Philadelphia Soul franchise.