Pro series network is fastest growing in U.S.

ESPN 2, host network of all 12 rounds of the Barber Dodge Pro Series, is the fastest growing cable network in America. In just 89 months, ESPN 2 has gone from genesis to over 75 million homes. Its big brother ESPN reaches over 81 million homes,...

ESPN 2, host network of all 12 rounds of the Barber Dodge Pro Series, is the fastest growing cable network in America. In just 89 months, ESPN 2 has gone from genesis to over 75 million homes. Its big brother ESPN reaches over 81 million homes, meaning that 9 out of 10 homes that get ESPN also get the Deuce. ESPN along with networks like CNN and MTV is among the pioneers of cable television

ESPN and ESPN 2 have hosted the Barber Dodge Pro Series since its inception in 1986. In 2000, the Pro Series was viewed by more than 4.5 million people domestically and by scores more on ESPN International.

"From season-long coverage to special events to sport-specific studio shows, sports fans know to turn to ESPN2 for depth and quality of coverage," said John Wildhack, ESPN senior vice president, programming. ESPN2 was launched in October 1993 in 10 million homes.

The first round of the 2001 from Sebring International Raceway Barber Dodge Pro Series will air on ESPN 2 on Thursday, April 10 at 5:30 p.m. EDT. Two rebroadcasts will air on April 12 and April 15. Check your local listings for the correct time and date in your area.

-George Tamayo

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