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Bleacher Report Overview

Headquarters San Francisco, CA
Size 501 to 1000 Employees
Operated By Time Warner
Founded 2007
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Media
Revenue $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 ... More

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 CNN.com 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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    Former Employee - Senior Analyst in San Francisco, CA
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    I really enjoyed my time at Bleacher Report. Great people, great company, great atmosphere. I left to pursue a new career because I wanted to try something new, but it was very difficult to leave BR. I felt like I was treated well, and learned a lot from some really smart people. And as a sports fan, I was able to enjoy sports during the day, which was a definite plus. I also personally enjoyed having the support of a big company Turner - opened up the possibilities for what we could do and how we could grow. The office itself is also great. I realize it will be difficult to find a work environment like B/R again.


    I think the only thing for me would be that a lot of the people who I had gotten to know over my time there had gone on to pursue new things, so a lot of fresh faces in the office. I think that's just a natural part of any company, especially a relatively young but growing one, to have people come and go. And often those people leaving were doing so for good opportunities within the company, like some people moved from SF to NY or London but remained at BR. For others, they had just reached a limit of what they could do at BR - which again I don't think is a strike against BR, but just that the kind of people they hire are go-getters. So it was natural for those people to move on. And i definitely liked the people who were still there, as I mentioned the people are one of the best parts of the company. But as someone who had been there a while, the office was maybe a little less familiar than when I had first started, when the company was a smaller startup.

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    I would maybe splurge on engineering talent, which I know is difficult and competitive in the Bay Area, but that's where the big opportunity is to me. Otherwise, I felt like I was managed really well in my time there, from my direct report all the way up the ladder. Got a lot of opportunities to interact with higher-up people in the company, and almost always found it valuable.

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Bleacher Report Interviews

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    Video Production Assistant Interview

    Anonymous Employee in New York, NY
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    I showed up, I was given a tour of the office, I was asked who my favorite teams were, we had some small talk and made some jokes, and then I left. whole thing took about 15 min.

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Bleacher Report Awards & Accolades

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  • Outstanding New Approaches (Sports Programming - Nominee), National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS), 2015
  • Best Ubiquitous Social TV Award, Sports Social TV Awards, 2014
  • The 50 Best Websites of 2011, Time Magazine, 2011
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