ESPN Films’ Newest 30 for 30 Documentary, Looks Back at One of College Sports’ Most Notorious Incidents, the 2006 Duke University Lacrosse Team Scandal Acclaimed Filmmaker Marina Zenovich Discusses Her New Film, Fantastic Lies, and How the Duke Lacrosse Events Changed College Sports . Premieres Sunday March 13th at 9 PM ET/PT on ESPN

Fantastic Lies takes viewers back to the night of March 13, 2006, when Duke University lacrosse players threw a team party that ended up changing lives, ruining careers, tarnishing a university’s reputation and even jeopardizing the future of the sport at the school. The film, from Emmy Award-winning® director Marina Zenovich (Roman Polanski: Wanted and […]

EVERY TOWN IS A SPORTS TOWN: Business Leadership at ESPN, from the mailroom to the boardroom”

George Bodenheimer is an ESPN and cable industry pioneer and was the company’s longest-tenured president, a position he held from 1998 to 2011, overseeing all multimedia sports assets of The Walt Disney Company from 2003 to 2011 and serving as co-chairman, Disney Media Networks, from 2004 to 2011. He served as executive chairman of ESPN, […]

Ric talks with Sonny Vaccaro, the star of the new ESPN 30 for 30 Film, “Sole Man” premiering Thursday April 16th at 9 pm/ET

Fast-talking wheeler-dealer Or brilliant sports marketing visionary? ESPN’s Newest 30 for 30 documentary tells the story of Sonny Vaccaro, Who put basketball and sneakers on the map, and created a multi-billion dollar industry. His supporters call him a visionary and praise his loyalty. His enemies accuse him of corrupting a sport and profiting off amateur […]

Emmy Award®-Winning sports filmmaker Rory Karpf shares with Ric the true inside story of one of sports’ most polarizing figures, Christian Laetner on the documentary “I Hate Christian Laettner”, premiering on ESPN Sunday March 15th at 9 pm ET/PT

The most hated player in college basketball history is the focus of ESPN’s newest 30 for 30 documentary…I Hate Christian Laettner He made perhaps the most dramatic shot in the history of the NCAA basketball tournament. He’s the only player to start in four consecutive Final Fours, and was instrumental in Duke winning two national […]

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