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  • Adam Amin, rising ESPN star, bolts for Fox Sports

    One of the up-and-coming play-by-players in sportscasting, Adam Amin, is leaving ESPN for Fox Sports, The Post has learned. Sources said Amin and Fox are finalizing a deal that will have him call NFL or college football, as well as Major League Baseball. Amin, 33, could also do some college basketball. Amin had moved up

    New York Post
  • Fox bets big on return of live sports in fall 2020 schedule

    Fox announced its fall 2020 schedule with three nights of sports, slots dedicated to live NFL football and WWE wrestling, a hopeful sign amid the coronavirus crisis.

    Los Angeles Times
  • 'Bet Monarch' App Lets Gamblers Bet On Sports

    There's a new way for Coloradans to get their gambling fix -- with the first and only in-house managed sports book in our state.

  • Sports media mailbag: Fox Sports is eyeing their next ESPN personality coup

    You ask, we answer. The Post is fielding questions from readers about New York’s biggest pro sports teams and getting our beat writers & columnists to answer them in a series of regularly published mailbags. In today’s installment: sports media. Looks like Ronde Barber is out at Fox (contract not renewed) so Kenny Albert will

    New York Post