Post Tagged with: "NASCAR on ESPN"

Big Names: Bart Scott Could Join “NFL Today” (Also: Allen Bestwick, Keith Olbermann)

CBS Sports plans to add another new analyst to “The NFL Today,” and Bart Scott is reportedly at the top of the list.

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2013 Chase For the Cup Up Slightly, But Third-Lowest Rated

Though up from last year, NASCAR’s Chase For the Cup narrowly avoided tying a record low.

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Chase For the Cup: Finale Up Slightly, But Second-Lowest Rated Ever

NASCAR’s Chase For the Cup ended with another increase, but the numbers were among the lowest in the past fifteen years.

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Chase For the Cup: Phoenix Race Second-Lowest Rated Since At Least ’00

Though down only last night from last year, NASCAR’s second-to-last race of the season hit a multi-year low in ratings and viewership.

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Chase For the Cup: Texas Race Earns Slight Increase, But Near Record Low

For the sixth time in seven races, NASCAR’s Chase For the Cup eked out an increase over last year.

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Chase For the Cup: Martinsville Race Up Double-Digits

NASCAR’s Chase For the Cup has continued to improve on last year’s numbers.

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Chase For the Cup: Talladega Race Least Viewed Since At Least ’01

Though down only slightly from last year, Sunday’s NASCAR race from Talladega was the least-viewed in more than a decade.

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Chase For the Cup: Kansas Race Up Slightly; Third Straight Increase

For the third straight week, ESPN carved out a slight increase for NASCAR’s Chase For the Cup.

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Idle Notes: NASCAR to Stay With ESPN, Turner, For 2014 (FS1 Distribution, Nichols Show)

Despite interest from its current and future TV partners, NASCAR has elected to keep next season’s races on ESPN and Turner Sports.

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Chase For the Cup: Another Increase For NASCAR on ESPN, But Numbers Still Low

For the second straight week, ESPN had a modest increase for NASCAR Sprint Cup coverage — but the numbers remained low historically.

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