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The ARF Young Pros is for professionals 30 years of age or younger.
The Entertainment and Sports Programming Network, usually referred to by its acronym ESPN, is an American cable television network focusing on sports-related programming. Founded by Bill Rasmussen, his son Scott Rasmussen and Getty Oil executive Stuart Evey, it launched on September 7, 1979, under the direction of Chet Simmons, the network's President and CEO (and later the United States Football League's first commissioner). Getty Oil Company provided the funding to begin the new venture. Geoff Bray of New Britain, CT was chosen as the architect. George Bodenheimer is ESPN's current president, a position he has held since November 19, 1998. Bodenheimer has also headed ABC Sports, a separate legal entity now branded as ESPN on ABC, since March 3, 2003. ESPN's signature telecast, SportsCenter, debuted with the network and aired its 30,000th episode on February 11, 2007. ESPN broadcasts primarily from its studios in Bristol, Connecticut. The network also operates offices in Miami; New York City; Seattle, Washington; Charlotte, North Carolina; and Los Angeles. The Los Angeles office, from which the late-night edition of SportsCenter is now broadcast, opened at L.A. Live in early 2009. The name of the sport company was lengthened to "ESPN Inc." in February 1985.1500 Broadway
The AD Club of New York and Yahoo will host the first two breakfasts in an ongoing series of strategic conversations featuring client executives as they take a deep dive into the latest trends impacting their companies and specific business sectors. Cheryl Guerin and Ben Jankowski of MasterCard will tackle Finance on 7/16 and Bonin Bough of Mondelez will delve into CPG on 7/30.
Coverage will include: campaign success stories, challenges and how they were overcome, the next big thing on the horizon, moderated Q&A and audience Q&A. For more information and to register, click here or call Sydney at 212.533.1929.