The company has announced it will create a new sports channel that will premiere sports content across the world.
The channel, which will be called ESPN Plus, will be created by ESPN Media, and it will include exclusive content on live sporting events, news, and highlights.
ESPN will be launching its own cable network, ESPN3, later this year.
ESPN Plus will include programming including live and on-demand video, highlights and analysis, highlights, live scores, a live blog, and exclusive content.
The channel will debut in 2021 and it is expected to debut at least once per year, with an average of four to six episodes per year.
ESPN’s sports network, which was launched in 2015, has become the network that people tune into for news and sports.
With the new sports platform, ESPN will have an expanded roster of live sports programming, including ESPN Deportes, ESPN FC, and the NBA and NHL.
ESPN Plus is the first of a growing number of new sports channels in the U.S., which will have been in development for years.
This is the latest move in a series of changes to ESPN’s business strategy, which has been a major driver in its decline.
Last year, ESPN CEO John Skipper announced a plan to make ESPN’s content available on tablets and mobile devices, in addition to other platforms, such as PlayStation and Xbox.
ESPN has been struggling to attract more viewers and advertisers, as well as attract enough revenue to survive.
In February, ESPN announced that it was eliminating sports programming from its ESPN app, but that it would rebrand its website as ESPN Plus.
That was also the day that ESPN announced it would be cutting the number of employees at its global headquarters in St. Louis.
While the move to increase the number and quality of its sports programming is a positive one, ESPN is still facing challenges.
The company’s ratings have declined steadily in recent years, and its subscriber base has been declining.
As it struggles to make ends meet, ESPN has struggled to gain new subscribers.
The network’s total subscriber count declined by 14 percent last year.
And ESPN’s pay-TV revenue, which is an important source of revenue, declined by just over 1 percent.
Meanwhile, ESPN lost $4.5 billion last year, according to data from research firm Newzoo.
That represents a 10 percent decline from the year before.