ABC to join ESPN, NFL Network in broadcasting NFL draft
ABC is joining the NFL draft broadcast business and will televise all three days of picks next April.
The network will join ESPN, also part of Walt Disney Company's TV properties, for prime-time coverage on Thursday and Friday nights, April 25 and 26, from Nashville. NFL Network also will televise those two nights, which include the opening three rounds of the draft.
ABC will have a separate broadcast crew from ESPN and NFLN. On Day 3, April 27, ABC and ESPN will simulcast the final four rounds, while NFL Network does its own broadcast.
Handling coverage of the ABC telecasts will be ESPN's College GameDay, college football's longest-running pregame show. ESPN and ABC personalities and other "special guests" will be part of the multi-night ABC presentation. ESPN Deportes will televise all three rounds in Spanish.
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