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Despite being crowded by major networks such as Fox Sports, NBC Sports and, of course, ESPN, surely this space could still make room for one more. At least that's what the new, young brand 120 Sports is hoping for. As opposed to the rest of them, however, 120 Sports isn't trying to make broadcast

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July 17, 2014 at 4:30PM
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Just as it promised, 120 Sports has now made its debut on Google's mobile platform. With today's Android arrival, this MLB- and Time Inc.-backed online network, which hopes to be the internet's ESPN, marks its first expansion outside of iOS and the web since launching last month. In case you're no

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Whether you're a cord-cutter looking for a way to keep up with sports news or just need an alternative to the cable sports networks, it's time to give 120 Sports a try. Launching today on the web and iOS (Android coming July 14th), it's promising eight hours of live sports coverage every day (from

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