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Thread: ESPN's New Scroll

     
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    ESPN's New Scroll

    ESPN changed their scroll format at the bottom of the screen in the last day or 2...do you like the change?

    • Yes, it needed a change
    • Yes, I like it, but the old scroll was fine
    • No, I don't like it, but it's better than the old scroll
    • No, the old scroll was better
    • I don't watch ESPN, so I didn't notice
    Personally, I like the change, as you can see more when it's switching from sport-to-sport...and, when the sport comes up, I like how they have the leagues logo and name prior to the news/games.

    How about you?

  2. Kronozio
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    I'm old school so I remember televised sporting events that didn't have a scroll,you had to rely on the announcers to tell the scores of the other games.Wow what a concept.

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  5. #4
    I'm old school so I remember televised sporting events that didn't have a scroll,you had to rely on the announcers to tell the scores of the other games.Wow what a concept.
    lol...I remember watching games that didn't even show a box score, and that was only about 10 years ago...I even have some tape of mid-90s games where they would only show the score on-screen once every 5 minutes or so.

  6. #5
    The old horizontal scrolling was blurry and hard to read, even on my 1080p set. Also, it was S L O W. The new one is much cleaner and faster. I like it.

  7. #6
    The old one was too slow and didn't look modern. This one is faster and looks like we are in the 21st century.

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  9. #8
    Newer one is way better, more modern look and feel. Just seems more fresh.

  10. #9
    i like the new, but was fine with the old one as well!!!

    my tv is ALWAYS on espn news it seems like haha

  11. #10
    I dont have cable anymore so I don't know what the new scroll looks like :(

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