ESPN and accents (or lack thereof)

With the World Series approaching I wanted to share an odd localization oversight on ESPN.

The following two screen shots are from earlier this year. See if you can spot the differences in how the baseball player Carlos Rodón’s name is displayed on ESPN Deportes vs. ESPN:

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Web globalization geek and co-founder of Byte Level Research. Author of Think Outside the Country and The Tourist Trail. Co-founder of Ashland Creek Press.

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John Yunker

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Web globalization geek and co-founder of Byte Level Research. Author of Think Outside the Country and The Tourist Trail. Co-founder of Ashland Creek Press.

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