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www.espn.go.com Bristol, CT 1000 to 5000 Employees

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Felt valued as an employee, miss working there.

Online Editor (Former Employee)

ProsBenefits—for a part-time employee! Felt very supported by superiors. And you get to watch and read about sports for a living.

ConsBristol, Conn., location. If you're interested in writing/reporting, can be hard to break into a steady workflow because everyone has a beat—and everyone is super talented (the latter is obviously a plus, but I don't think this is a place to get *started* as a writer in and of itself).

Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company

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    Pros: Opportunity to Network and Excel Cons: ESPN best place to work in the wrost place in… Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company… More

     

    Working for ESPN Radio, learned a lot about the type of people that end being successful.

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    I worked at ESPN


    Pros: -Working with passionate people in sports Cons: -Favoritism over actual talent seem sto get people ahead More
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