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ESPN Signs Deal To Become '15 Special Olympics Broadcaster
Published April 30, 2014
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ESPN has had a long association with the Special Olympics. Last year, Disney and ESPN made a multi-million dollar investment in the Special Olympics Unified Sports initiative. It also became a "Founding Champion" of the '15 Games. It carried coverage of the '11 Games from Athens on ESPN3.