E:60 is an American sports newsmagazine broadcast by ESPN. The series features investigative journalism, focusing upon news, issues, and other stories in sports.

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Presented byLisa Salters
Jeremy Schaap
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
Original networkESPN
Original releaseOctober 16, 2007 (2007-10-16) –
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In January 2017, it was announced that E:60, after having had no consistent timeslot since its October 2007 debut,[1] would be re-launched as a live, Sunday-morning program hosted by Bob Ley and Jeremy Schaap, beginning on May 14, 2017. It replaced The Sports Reporters and the Sunday edition of Ley and Schapp's fellow program Outside the Lines. The revamped program shares a new studio with Outside the Lines, and features contributions from its staff.[2][1]


Emmy AwardsEdit

Feature Category Year
"Catfish Hunters" Outstanding Long Feature 2009
"Wanted: Fugitive (Binghamton Basketball)" Outstanding Sports Journalism 2009
"Survival I" Outstanding Long Feature 2010
"Together" Outstanding Long Feature 2011
"Beitar: Jerusalem" Outstanding Sports Journalism 2012
"Children of the Ring" Outstanding Sports Journalism 2013
"Dream On: Stories of Boston's Strongest" Outstanding Edited Sports Coverage 2014
"Dream On: Stories of Boston's Strongest" Outstanding Open/Tease 2014
"Owen and Haatchi" Outstanding Long Feature 2014
"Ernie Johnson" Outstanding Long Feature 2015
E:60 Outstanding News Anthology 2015
"Life As Matt" Outstanding Long Feature 2017
"Fight On" Outstanding Long Feature 2018
"The Dictator's Team" Outstanding Sports Journalism 2018

Edward R. Murrow AwardsEdit

Feature Category Year
"Catfish Hunters" Video Sports Reporting 2009
"Angel in the Outfield" Video Sports Reporting 2011
"Hero" Audio Sports Reporting 2011
"Enemy Within" Audio Sports Reporting 2013
"Owen and Haatchi" Feature Reporting 2014
"Love is Stronger" Radio Feature Reporting 2015
"The Turf War" Investigative Reporting 2015
"The Last Round" Feature Reporting 2017
"The Number" Sports Reporting 2017

In addition, E:60 also has the following accolades:

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  1. ^ a b "After layoffs, ESPN execs say journalistic ambitions remain high". Washington Post. Retrieved 11 May 2017.
  2. ^ "ESPN's Bob Ley & Jeremy Schaap Get Larger Roles As 'Outside The Lines' & 'E:60' Expand; 'Sports Reporters' Ending". Deadline.com. Retrieved 11 May 2017.
  3. ^ "The Best Stories of 2018". Retrieved February 28, 2020.

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