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Bleacher Report Overview

San Francisco, CA
201 to 500 employees
Subsidiary or Business Segment
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Bleacher Report, a division of Turner Sports, is the leading digital destination for sports content and real-time event coverage, and is one of the fastest-growing digital properties in the U.S. Bleacher Report’s editorial and video teams create hundreds of pieces of ... Read more

Company Updates


    With $100 million from Turner, Bleacher Report is building 35-person social content team - Digiday

    As a digital media property that's been around for a decade, Bleacher Report knows better than most that what worked on social media a year ago may well be old hat today. With its new $100 million influx of funding from parent Turner Broadcasting, the sports brand is planning to hire as many as 20 platform content creators.


    Bleacher Report's Race To Own The Social Graph (Before ESPN Does) | AdExchanger

    Turner-owned Bleacher Report is going all-in on social platforms because the chance to set roots in social broadcasting before ESPN does, whether or not reliable platform monetization is a mirage, is too tempting to ignore. Bleacher Report's future success will "key off our ability to leverage the social graph," said Rich Calacci, Bleacher Report's CRO...

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Bleacher Report – Why Work For Us?


Who We Are

Bleacher Report is the voice of today’s sports fan.

As the digital leader in sports content, B/R produces some of the most unique, timely and in-depth content catering to sports fans across the globe.

Our products, including the 5-star rated Team Stream app, provide users with the most comprehensive coverage of their favorite teams and sports in real time. Our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram feeds keep our followers up to date with all the latest viral content and trends across the sports world.

We are centrally located in San Francisco, New York and London. As of 2012, Bleacher Report is the online sports destination for Turner Sports which includes and all other Time Warner Properties.

Working at B/R

Bleacher Report offers a fast-paced, energetic, and fun work environment. Our team members are deeply passionate about what we do, making us feel like we’re never truly “working” while at the office. With multiple TVs hanging from every corner, you’ll never miss a game, the next viral highlight, or even Chuck & Kenny banter on Inside the NBA.

Our fully-stocked kitchen includes all the snacks, drinks and coffee you’ll ever need to get through the day. Whether you are sitting at your desk or meeting in one of our spacious, high-tech conference rooms, you will always find the perfect environment to get the job done.

Working at B/R also doesn’t stop at the office. Company events happen all year long, including flag football and basketball tournaments, trips to local professional sporting events and plenty of happy hours and charity opportunities!

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    I worked at Bleacher Report (More than a year)


    Gave me my start, and having the freedom to write whatever I wanted helped me grow tremendously.


    You're just a number to them.

    Advice to Management

    Take better care of the young writers at the bottom who are grinding away creating your content for free.

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Bleacher Report Interviews



Getting an Interview

Getting an Interview





    Social Content Producer Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Chicago, IL
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
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    I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Bleacher Report (Chicago, IL) in July 2016.


    I met two other producers in a downtown Turner office. Prior to the interview I was required to prepare some video pitches that could be produced about the 2016 Florida Gator football team. I sent it in the day before the interview. The interview itself was very casual. I immediately felt relaxed and conversation flowed easily. They asked some sports-related questions and questions related to the job and I was out of there in under an hour.

    Interview Questions

    • If you could have one day to make a video with Rob Gronkowski, what would you do?   Answer Question
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Bleacher Report Awards & Accolades

  • Best Online Newsroom, Cablefax Digital Awards, 2016
  • Best Visual Design, Cablefax Digital Awards, 2016
  • Best Podcast, CableFax, 2016
  • Spot Over 30 Seconds, Cynopsis Media, 2016
  • Partnership with an Athlete, Cynopsis Media, 2016
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