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Anonymous Interview Candidate
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I applied through a recruiter – interviewed at ESPN.

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Recruiter interview, 2:1 phone interview, face-to-face group interview.
Everyone was incredibly friendly. New cafe with lots of options, including Starbucks.

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    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Bristol, CT
    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Bristol, CT
    Application Details

    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 daysinterviewed at ESPN in January 2011.

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    I am not interested in sports, but found it interesting to imagine myself working on a complex sports web site as a designer and information architect. The recruiter pumped me up a lot to ESPN, and ESPN picked me up in a limo in Manhattan, and drove me out to Connecticut to meet the web design team. Abut four people interviewed me, and everyone was really nice and asked great questions. I left with a distinct feeling that the job was mine if I were to press harder, but the football, baseball, basketball, and hockey culture at ESPN just did nothing for me, and I knew that I couldn't do much for them if my heart wasn't in love with sports. Two days later I called and told them this, they respected my decision, and that was that.

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