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At ESPN, sports are our passion. Our calling, our motivation. But you don’t have to be a sports expert to be successful here; you just have to know what it takes to be a winner. Here, we're a culture of driven people who believe in working hard, in testing ourselves, in thinking outside the arena of a job description. Maybe you share these qualities. Maybe you’re the type of person we’re looking for to join us. If so, consider a place on our Research team. Whether you’re a rookie or a seasoned vet, odds are there’s a job in Research at ESPN that will put your skills and talents to work. With a job in Research at ESPN, you’ll quickly realize it’s our commitment to excellence that’s made us the worldwide leader in sports. And you’ll see it as a career that’ll allow you to grow. In a place where you’ll contribute. And in a culture that’s competitive, but always supportive.

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Senior Research AnalystNew York, NY08/22/2014

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Senior Research Analyst - New York, NY
Description: The following position will work within the Multimedia Sales Research group to coordinate and manage projects focused on providing advertising effectiveness insights for ESPN advertisers and their agencies. In addition, this role will act as a primary point of research contact for a sales team within ESPN Customer Marketing & Sales, providing sales positioning support across multiple media through the use of syndicated da...
Reference Code: 187551BR

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