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ESPN unveiled a digitized preview of what its new SportsCenter set will look like in 2014. It's called their "Digital Center 2" and will cost more than $125 million to build. Check it out...

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that looked like they could have used a ton of green screen and made it look exactly the same for $25 million
Reply40 months
what a waste of $125 million.
Reply40 months
You'd think one of the many publicists they undoubtedly have on salary would have said something like, "Hey it may not be a great idea to unveil the new 2014 set design after the news came out about our mass firings."


.... and then the publicist got canned.
Reply40 months
wait... aren't they laying up to 400 people off this week?
Reply40 months
im not trying to be picky or anything, but i just kind of prefer the old look. don't get me wrong, it looks amazing and its an awesome idea, especially with a growing younger audience, but i guess its just my opinion
Reply40 months
designed by JJ Abrams
Reply40 months
i guess we now understand why they fired all those people
Reply40 months
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