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Share The US sports broadcaster said it was "absolutely interested" in acquiring the rights to English football's top league when they are auctioned in , as part of an aggressive global expansion plan.
George Bodenheimer, president of ESPN, which already has the rights to broadcast the Premier League in Asia, described the league as a "fabulous property". He said: "When you talk to US media folk about cricket, rugby and soccer, sometimes you get a blank stare.
But we're serving sports fans globally and there is a lot more out there than US sports. ESPN's international expansion is partly driven by the increasing value of sport to advertisers.
The emergence of digital video recorders, which allow viewers to skip ads, has dented confidence in advertising around drama or comedy programmes, whereas Premier League games are shown without interruption during play.
ESPN, which is the largest US sports broadcaster, has increased its coverage of non-US sports in recent years and this year bought Cricinfo, the world's largest cricket website, as well as Scrum. Bodenheimer described the recent purchase of the websites as "a good way to get started" for international expansion.
He said: "There are lower barriers to entry in setting up a website than if you are setting up a TV business. The channel, which is in 10m European homes, could carry live English football.
Bodenheimer said Beckham's arrival had given the channel's ratings an uplift.