How COVID-19 could lead to opportunities and pitfalls for MLS TV coverage

Amy Rosenfeld doesn’t consider herself an artist. Yet in nearly three decades in television, she has helped bring some of the most memorable images in U.S. soccer history into tens of millions of American homes.

Brandi Chastain’s shirt-doffing celebration at the 1999 Women’s World Cup. Abby Wambach’s game-tying header in the final seconds of overtime in a 2011 Women’s World Cup quarterfinal. Landon Donovan’s game-winning goal against Algeria in stoppage time at the 2010 World Cup.

But never has she had the chance to work with the kind of blank canvas she has been given for the MLS Is Back tournament, which kicks off Wednesday at the sprawling ESPN Wide World of Sports complex in Orlando, Fla.


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