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ESPN Announces It Is Revamping SportsCenter

If you're a morning SportsCenter watcher - beware, changes are coming. Monday, ESPN announced that it will be changing the look and feel of its flagship show from 7-10 AM. The network will now air SportsCenter:AM during that time slot, with each hour of the program featuring a different theme.

Jay Harris, Kevin Negandhi and Jaymee Sire will host the program, and contributor Sarina Morales will chip in with social media news. The first show will be on February 8 - the morning after the Super Bowl. Here's more:

The program will contain three distinct hours, with the first hour focusing on taking a fresh look at highlights from the previous night in sports. The second hour will showcase top plays and moments from the previous night and the third hour will begin the transition to the upcoming day in sports while still featuring highlightsSportsCenter:AM will have a unique look and feel with its own graphics, lighting and colors.

ESPN's new format, according to Variety, will allow the network to compete with television's other popular morning shows. You can read ESPN's full press released on the news here.