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ESPN Salaries in Bristol, CT

151 employee salaries (for 51 job titles) Back to all salaries

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Updated May 15, 2014
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Applications Developer II

3 ESPN Salaries in Bristol

$65,082
$62k
$70k

Software Engineer III

3 ESPN Salaries in Bristol (7 in US)

$86,507
$84k
$92k

Applications Support Analyst III

3 ESPN Salaries in Bristol

$81,962
$75k
$85k

Producer

2 ESPN Salaries in Bristol (5 in US)

$86,506
$71k
$102k

Vice President

2 ESPN Salaries in Bristol (4 in US)

$176,442
$126k
$227k

Project Manager

2 ESPN Salaries in Bristol (3 in US)

$92,854
$77k
$109k

Engineer

2 ESPN Salaries in Bristol

$80,196
$49k
$112k

Technical Operator - Hourly

2 ESPN Salaries in Bristol (3 in US)

$17.66/hr
$17
$19

Business Analyst

2 ESPN Salaries in Bristol (3 in US)

$79,536
$58k
$101k

Manager

2 ESPN Salaries in Bristol (3 in US)

$92,713
$83k
$102k

Statistics Analyst

2 ESPN Salaries in Bristol (3 in US)

$24,414
$9,678
$39k

Commercial Operations Coordinator

2 ESPN Salaries in Bristol

$37,377
$33k
$41k

Feature Producer

2 ESPN Salaries in Bristol

$109,664
$96k
$124k

Coordinating Producer

2 ESPN Salaries in Bristol

$108,596
$101k
$116k

Director, Programming

2 ESPN Salaries in Bristol

$94,816
$91k
$99k
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Pros: “Competitive starting salary ( i think this is changing for the worse) Free gym and on staff nurse nice campus, but money should be used to save jobs that are being downsized” Full Review

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