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Anonymous Employee (Current Employee)
Bristol, CT

I have been working at ESPN

ProsIt is a solid place to work and a lot of fun to work there. I enjoy being an employee.

ConsThe human resources department leaves much to be desired as they work very slowly to respond to any questions and or comments.

Advice to Senior ManagementKeep up the good work, but I suggest increasing starting salaries for entry level positions to increase competitiveness compared to competitors.

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ESPN is an exciting place to work, where the company as a whole expects employees to eat/breathe/sleep ESPN culture.

Supervising Integration Producer (Former Employee)
Bristol, CT

I worked at ESPN


Pros: If you are a sports fan, there is no better atmosphere. Either in Production or in more traditional 9-5… Cons: Even at the management level, you will work Nights, Weekends and Holidays....you know, when sports are Live.… Advice to Senior Management: ESPN Management was always good to me in allowing me to have a life outside of… Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend More

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Great place to work but salary below market

Vice President (Current Employee)
New York, NY

I have been working at ESPN


Pros: great brand cutting edge technology in digital media entrepreneurial culture Cons: money is below market since people are willing to take… Advice to Senior Management: don't let money be the reason why your top performers… Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend More

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