I know a few threads have touched on the downfall of ESPN and the different reasons why. Short 12:00 minute YouTube documentary explains some things on financially what the issues are. I don't agree with the beginning part they ESPN (or other networks) fell the "need" to analyze everything and give sports breakdown/opinions except during certain shows. The biggest show for ESPN during the 90's and forward was Sportscenter. The biggest draw to that was highlights from ALL games of the day. I feel that show needs to get back to basics. Quit with the analyzing everything, add more highlights and certainly show something from every game, match, etc. and leave all the analyzing to the specific shows throughout the day. Nothing worse than 1 hour of show spending 45 minutes on 3 big market teams. Some of this I was unaware of. I didn't realize ESPN networks cost more than other channels in a cable/satellite subscription.