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What’s a job at ESPN like?

It’s a series of defining moments. An opportunity to experience greatness with every project, every meeting, every time you walk through the door. It’s a continuous challenge that can only be overcome by those with the drive to be successful. At ESPN, you have to want it, because others rely on you. The reward? Well, come see for yourself. Explore the culture, the careers and the meaning of achievement at ESPN.

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One innovative idea goes a long way.
Launched in 1979, ESPN spans over 200 countries and territories on all seven continents and includes television (46 networks in 16 languages, with over 200 million subscribers), wireless, interactive, print, radio, broadband, event management and consumer products. That’s more than a winning business model. That’s determination, hard work, great ideas and a company stacked with professionals who strive for glory.

Recent Job Openings

Web Developer III - Bristol, CT
Description: As a Web Developer at ESPN, you will bring together creativity and technology to serve sports fans. Our team builds ESPN.com, which delivers daytime no-nos to cubicle dwellers and is the ultimate Sunday companion for armchair quarterbacks. We serve real-time scores to fans on computers, tablets, and phones with Gamecast and ScoreCenter. We also empower ESPN’s storytellers with publishing tools and new platforms like Bill ...
Reference Code: 128898BR
Web Developer II - Bristol, CT
Description: As a web developer at ESPN, you will bring together creativity and technology to serve sports fans. Our team builds ESPN.com, which delivers daytime no-nos to cubicle dwellers and is the ultimate Sunday companion for armchair quarterbacks. We serve real-time scores to fans on computers, tablets, and phones with Gamecast and SportsCenter. We also empower ESPN’s storytellers with publishing tools and new platforms like Bill...
Reference Code: 189014BR
Web Development Manager - New York, NY
Description: ESPN is seeking a deeply technical and highly motivated development manager to serve as development lead for two critical ESPN initiatives – espnW.com and XGames.com. The Manager, Product Development, will drive the technical architecture of the sites and lead a team of internal and external developers to build, continually enhance, and support the sites. The development manager must provide technical leadership working c...
Reference Code: 185408BR
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