"Having every day live coverage of the WSOP Main Event is truly a huge commitment on behalf of ESPN and Poker Central and we look forward to delivering to our faithful audience wall-to-wall action from the outset for the very first time." “We are thrilled to add the preeminent poker brand, the World Series of Poker, to our growing portfolio of poker-related content,” said JR Mc Cabe, chief digital officer, Poker Central.
“We have major plans to reinvent the WSOP offering to greatly expand how, when and where fans of the game of poker can watch and engage with the game.” “The World Series of Poker has been a longstanding staple of ESPN programming,” said Dan Ochs, director of programming and acquisitions, ESPN.
sees dating turned into a competitive sport, American style, with all of the sporting conventions that go with it - overblown graphics, music and scripted comedy analysis.
The dates are real (real people on real first dates) and it all happens in 'The Date Zone'.
When Austin is convinced it's him, he tries to find a way to let Ally know they're just friends.
Ally tries turns to Trish for advice once figuring out what Austin did.
After the odd collection of musical items begins arriving, they quickly work together to resolve the mix-up.
Ally loses her song writing book, which is also her top secret diary, so she and Trish comb the mall looking for it, not knowing that Austin and Dez have already found it and read it, revealing that Ally has a secret crush.
Ally scribbles down Austin's song lyrics in illegible handwriting prompting Dez and Trish to start gathering strange props for the music video which they think correspond to her lyrics.
Poker Central® has acquired the global television and digital media rights to the annual summer World Series of Poker (WSOP) in Las Vegas.
Poker Central and ESPN have reached an agreement to expand programming from the tournament including live event coverage and original episodes throughout the year.
The “Soon by You” team fits right in with the other twentysomethings packing the joint — well, those who aren’t kissing or fondling each other — which doubles as a happening happy hour spot.
“Now I’m like, if [a date] is good, that’s great — but if it’s bad, that’s even better,” Gottfried says.