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ESPN PR Overview

Industry

Media

Organization Type

Private

Employees

1,000 - 10,000

Headquarters

Bristol, CT

Website

espnmediazone.com

Website

espnmediazone.com



Founded in

2011

Revenue

$100M - $1B

Key People

Mike Soltys (VP, Communications),
Steve Anderson (Plant Mgr),
James Pitaro (President)

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About ESPN PR

ESPN, Inc., established in 1979, is the leading multinational, multimedia sports entertainment entity. The company operates radios and cable television networks; and interactive/Internet, broadband, and wireless platforms, telecasts programming on various sports, such as soccer, rugby, cricket, golf, tennis, basketball, motor racing, and others. ESPN, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company. Based in Bristol, CT, ESPN has approximately 4,000 employees (approximately 8,000 worldwide).

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ESPN, Inc., established in 1979, is the leading multinational, multimedia sports entertainment entity. The company operates radios and cable television networks; and interactive/Internet, broadband, and wireless platforms, telecasts programming on various sports, such as soccer, rugby, cricket, golf, tennis, basketball, motor racing, and others. ESPN, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company. Based in Bristol, CT, ESPN has approximately 4,000 employees (approximately 8,000 worldwide).

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What Is

ESPN PR's Mission Statement

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To serve sports fans wherever sports are watched, listened to, discussed, debated, read about or played.

What ESPN PR's Employees Say

ESPN has a motivated team, great culture, provides employees with all resources they might need, flexible schedule, health insurance, 401k, etc.

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February 17, 2010 on Reddit

What kind of salaries does the talent make? I would guess the SC anchors are near $2MM/yr and radio guys like Cowherd are near $800kish...

I really do not know, but I heard on-air talent starts (like all the anchors you've never heard of) around 80K. The big fish make considerably more, but I would assume the public over-estimates their salaries big time. They really don't make THAT much ridiculous money.
February 16, 2010 on Reddit

I was convinced you were female, given your liberal use of exclamation points. Then you mentioned standing at a urinal next to a HOFer. Or was that to throw us off. Or, are you a C with a D? Anyway, is it a sportsy sausage fest at the worldwide leader? M/F employee ratio?

The ratio is a lot more guys. Even without us being sports, broadcasting is a male dominated field. The production and technology departments are mostly male, but there are a lot of females in the other departments.

Is there a lot of sports gambling going on at ESPN? I imagine there must be since everyone is so plugged into what's going in the world of sports.

I haven't noticed an increase in percentage of betting employees compared to other places I've been.
February 15, 2010 on Reddit

How do I get a job as a video editor for ESPN?

You would have to see if there's any openings via our job boards. Unfortunately there are no new positions opening up unless someone leaves the company.

As of now I'm in college, and would love to work for a major company in the production department, such as ESPN, or something along those lines. Currently I'm at Rutgers University, majoring in Journalism and Media Studies. Any advice for interning/finding a career after college?

Go Rutgers (I'm from Jersey). I would suggest every company's job boards....most of the good companies in the NYC area have programs. You luckily live in the best area of the country for broadcast!!

I have a cousin and a friend who works for ESPN. I believe, correct me if I'm wrong, I was told by one of them that the ESPN Holiday party was canceled last year. Is this true? If so, why was it canceled and how disappointed were and your coworkers?

Cancelled TWICE in a row! Budget cuts. But they waste money on other ridiculously stupid stuff, it sucks!!

Finally, a good IAMA! Some questions: * Do you guys actively monitor ProFootballTalk (I'm pretty sure ya'll do but it would be nice to hear you admit it), and, if so, how much of what Florio reports is legit stuff, how much is stuff he more or less "makes up", and is there a reason he always beats everyone else to the scoop? * Who makes the SportsCenter commercials? They are awesome. * What do people who work at ESPN think of Sean Salisbury? * How tough is it for someone to get a job at the worldwide leader in sports? * Is Favre coming back? (I'm a Vikings fan, I need to know!)

I'm not sure what the powers that be on the content side look for in terms of sites like that, or where they get their tips from. Sometimes random employees come up with ideas, marketing, etc. We have an out of house company to come and shoot them. He isn't talked about much, same goes for most people no longer there. It's almost taboo. Well right now, very. We have a hiring freeze going on, so only if people leave the company are there many openings. Once the economy gets better, we will be hiring again. I would recommend the intern programs, and just checking the job website. Most people at work hate him, I really don't know why we cover him so much. I'm sure no one but Brett knows the answer to that until the day before training camp.

I'm in first year of (a fairly prestigious) journalism school, and ESPN is one of my targets upon graduation. Do you have any recommendations for somebody attempting to get on that career path? Also, would being Canadian and/or female have any impact?

Well it depends on what you're trying to do with that degree. I would strongly recommend our internship program. Disney is ALL about diversity, so YES you def. have a better chance.

How do the people who are part of producing content get their jobs? For instance, the camera operators?

Content is the people doing the newsgathering, writing the stories, deciding what goes on the shows, etc. People on the technical side (camera ops) do not have any say/part in content. They just do what the content people tell them (although they are far smarter, technically skilled, and overall better at their job than the content people). Most people get in based on who you know, or if you have a good resume and apply. We have a huge intern program. Most people in content start out as PA's (production assistants), and they are on a 6 month or so trial period. They must impress to stay. From there, they move onto prompting, screening video for good highlights, helping the producers with the shows, etc.

Why does Skip Bayless hate the Saints so much? Are you a big sports fan? What are your sports and teams? How is the culture? From their (good) marketing, it seems like a pretty fun place.

He's paid to have the opposite viewpoint all the time. I'm a sports nut, but my teams are so specific I can't tell you without giving away who I am. THe first question everyone asks is Yankees/Sox, and I'm Yanks. Huge hockey fan too. It's a REALLY fun place to work. Everyones very young there. It's location, however, sucks. There is nothing to do in CT, and there is no cultural stuff either.

What do you and your colleagues think of deadspin? Also, in that vein, how often do you hear references to "You're with me, leather."?

We LOVE deadspin!! Seriously, I check that site all day long at work. Haha, it's well known.
February 14, 2010 on Reddit

Cool IAMA. Thanks for doing this. A few questions... * Have you ever met Erin Andrews? Is she hot in person? * Do you have to be really fit to work there? I met a guy once that was trying to get a job there as on-air talent and he was telling me that he worked out all the time because if you're a schlub in Bristol you're looked down upon. Any truth to that? * Any inside scoop on the Sean Salisbury thing? Was he a total d-bag? Did he really get let go for sending people pics of his junk?

Yes, YES. Not at all. I don't know the requirements for on-air talent, but we have some UGLY people on air. THere aren't even that many good looking people that work there as a whole. The natives of Bristol are bleh, as it's a real red-necky area. Yeah, he showed them that. You should see some of the behind the scenes relationships that go on. It's insane. For every Steve Phillips situation, there's 100 more that never get caught.

What's the funnest thing you've done while working there ie; worked on a top 10 list, helped with an interview etc. Are the guys we see on SportsCenter cool down to earth type of guys, or are they pricks in real life? Have you also worked on PTI and Around the Horn?

Well, I'd have to say I enjoyed my time working in the studios. I got to meet EVERYONE! They sent me to Aspen for the X-Games last year, that was amazing. The "Talent" as we call them, are hit or miss. For the most part, they're really cool people, but there are a few that are pricks. Some are primadonnas and above you. It's a very pleasant place to work, however. PTI and Around the Horn are not done at HQ, so no.
February 14, 2010 on Reddit

How long have you been working at ESPN, also how did you initially get the job was it one of those things where you knew somebody?

3 years. I applied using Disney's career page.

ESPN PR Employees

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Gender

Male

64.6%

Female

33.3%

Unknown

2.2%
Ethnicity

White

61.6%

Hispanic or Latino

15.9%

Black or African American

11.1%

Asian

7.8%

Unknown

3.6%
Languages Spoken

Spanish

59.0%

French

10.7%

Italian

7.3%

Portuguese

5.4%

Chinese

2.9%

Mandarin

2.0%

German

2.0%

Japanese

2.0%

Swahili

1.0%

Vietnamese

1.0%

Hindi

1.0%

Greek

1.0%

Hebrew

1.0%

Arabic

1.0%

Korean

0.5%

Russian

0.5%

Filipino

0.5%

Albanian

0.5%

Cantonese

0.5%

Carrier

0.5%

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ESPN PR Careers

Average Length of Employment

ESPN PR

2.8 years
Top Employers Before ESPN PR
CBS 9.5%
Comcast 6.7%
NFL 6.3%
CNN 5.0%
IBM 5.0%
Cigna 4.3%
US Army 4.1%
AT&T 3.7%
NBA 3.7%
Aetna 3.5%
Pfizer 3.5%
Verizon 3.2%
Sony 3.2%
Top Employers After ESPN PR
Comcast 11.8%
NFL 9.8%
CBS 5.1%
Verizon 5.1%
Apple 4.2%
NBA 4.2%
Cigna 3.8%
NASCAR 3.5%
Microsoft 3.3%
CNN 3.1%
Discovery 3.1%
Macy's 2.9%
MLB 2.7%

ESPN PR Employees Education

Schools

Central Connecticut State University

9.4%

University of Connecticut

8.9%

Syracuse University

8.3%

Quinnipiac University

8.3%

University of Florida

5.9%

Full Sail University

5.9%

Southern Connecticut State University

5.0%

University of Texas at Austin

4.6%

Florida State University

4.6%

New York University

4.4%

University of Alabama

3.9%

Howard University

3.9%

University of Hartford

3.7%

Ithaca College

3.4%

University of New Haven

3.4%

University of Massachusetts Amherst

3.4%

Temple University

3.3%

Pennsylvania State University

3.3%

University of Colorado at Boulder

3.3%

Hofstra University

3.3%
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Majors

Communication

23.8%

Journalism

17.0%

Business

10.5%

Kinesiology

6.5%

Photography

5.5%

Marketing

5.5%

Digital Media

3.3%

Public Relations

3.3%

Computer Science

3.1%

English

3.0%

Management

2.4%

Political Science

2.4%

Computer Networking

2.0%

Psychology

1.9%

Audiovisual Communications Technologies

1.9%

Graphic Design

1.8%

Finance

1.8%

Agricultural Public Services

1.5%

Electrical Engineering

1.5%

Accounting

1.5%
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Degrees

Bachelors

62.5%

Masters

15.6%

Other

14.2%

Associate

4.1%

Certificate

1.9%

Doctorate

1.1%

Diploma

0.6%

License

0.1%
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ESPN PR Employee Political Affiliation

Democratic Party

73.2%

Republican Party

25.2%

Other

0.8%

Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party

0.8%

Employee Political Donations

Name Job Title Party Donation
Maura MandtExecutive Producer $60,800Democratic Party
Christopher BermanSportscaster $43,100Democratic Party
Desmond HowardAnalyst $40,800Democratic Party
Stuart ScottAnchor $25,000Democratic Party
Jalen RoseAnalyst $10,000Democratic Party
RON JaworskiAnalyst $8,850Democratic Party
George BodenheimerPresident $8,000Republican Party
LOU HoltzAnalyst $7,250Republican Party
Suzanne CottoneFinance Director $6,425Democratic Party
Justin ConnollyExecutive Vice President Of Sales $6,200Democratic Party
Sean BratchesExecutive $5,000Republican Party
Pamela ShriverSports Announcer $4,400Democratic Party
Marie DonoghueExecutive $4,200Democratic Party
Russell WolffExecutive Vice President $3,700Democratic Party
Keith ClinkscalesMedia Executive $3,160Democratic Party
Edwin DursoExecutive Vice President $3,000Republican Party
LEN ElmoreAnalyst $3,000Democratic Party
John SaundersSportscaster $2,701Democratic Party
Leonard DelucaMedia Executive $2,700Democratic Party
Butch DavisSports Analyst $2,700Democratic Party
Jason WilliamsSports Analyst $2,700Democratic Party
Paul DavisSports $2,525Republican Party
Louis HoltzAnalyst $2,500Republican Party
DAN RobertsonTechnology $2,500Republican Party
Robert SimmelkjaerVice President $2,500Democratic Party
Robert TempleMarketing Executive $2,500Republican Party
Dennis FranchioneAnalyst $2,420Republican Party
Andrew DistlerEditorial Assistant $2,203Democratic Party
John SkipperPresident $2,000Democratic Party
Aaron TaylorMarketing $2,000Republican Party
Jonathan RosenbergJournalist $2,000Democratic Party
Thomas BoltonAssociate Director $2,000Republican Party
John PapanekExecutive $2,000Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party
Kevin MartinezCommunity Relations Specialist $1,750Democratic Party
Lester Munson JrJournalist $1,500Republican Party
Leonard ElmoreAnalyst $1,250Democratic Party
Raghav ThaparManager $1,250Democratic Party
Diane MorseAttorney $1,114Democratic Party
Eric KemmlerAttorney $1,000Democratic Party
Paul RichardsonSenior Vice President $1,000Democratic Party
Edward ErhardtVice President-Global Sales & Marketing $1,000Democratic Party
Alison OverholtDigital Media Strategist $1,000Democratic Party
Mark JonesSportscaster $1,000Democratic Party
Dian PaoneExecutive $1,000Republican Party
Eden AnduSales/Marketing $1,000Democratic Party
Daniel SteirSenior Producer $1,000Republican Party
Frank GoldingBuilder $1,000Democratic Party
Joyce JenningsSales/Marketing $1,000Republican Party
Marcella RegniaultAdding Machine Operator $950Democratic Party
Curtis SchillingAnalyst $750Republican Party
Arthur BerkoProducer $750Democratic Party
Daniel SassoonExecutive $750Democratic Party
Jacqueline PotterManager $750Democratic Party
Jennifer SolomonProducer $750Republican Party
Claire SmithNews Editor $724Democratic Party
Danielle BrownExecutive $678Democratic Party
Aimee StokesProducer $600Democratic Party
Vikram SomayaAdvertising Executive $600Democratic Party
JON GrudenSports Analyst $600Republican Party
David ClontzEngineer $550Republican Party
William BenzieSales Manager $500Democratic Party
Jonathan SegalEditorial Director $500Democratic Party
Robert MagnusSenior Vice President $500Democratic Party
John KosnerVice President Of Public Relations $500Democratic Party
Christine DriessenSenior Vice President $500Democratic Party
Chris SpielmanAnalyst $500Republican Party
John FitzgeraldSales Vice President $500Democratic Party
Lisa StancatiAttorney $500Other
Damon PhillipsDirector $500Republican Party
TIM McCarthySenior Vice President $500Republican Party
Connor SchellExecutive $500Democratic Party
Douglas GlanvilleAnalyst $500Democratic Party
Elzie GrandersonJournalist $500Democratic Party
Robert LautensackProduction Assistant $500Democratic Party
David BallantineLawyer $500Democratic Party
Christopher PelczynskiCreative Director $500Republican Party
Charles SpielmanAnalyst $500Republican Party
Jennifer AhrensProducer $495Democratic Party
KIM FranchioneAnalyst $450Republican Party
Benjamin AlamarAnalytics $375Democratic Party
JED TurnbullSoftware Engineer $360Democratic Party
Alex SargisianQuality Assurance Technician $354Republican Party
Melanie JacksonSenior Editor $310Democratic Party
Alex RomanAssociate $300Democratic Party
Chris POEInternship $270Democratic Party
Otto StrongEditor $270Democratic Party
Robert RohlmanEditor & Producer $250Democratic Party
Frank DaleDigital Editor $250Democratic Party
Marcia KeeganExecutive $250Democratic Party
Jacqueline CohenSales $250Democratic Party
Grace McLeanDigital Director $250Democratic Party
Robin SegretiAssociate Producer $250Democratic Party
Jill HudsonJournalist $250Democratic Party
David CampbellNewscaster $250Republican Party
Wright ThompsonWriter $250Democratic Party
Emeka OfodileMarketing $250Democratic Party
Marshall RemmeleFinance Analyst $250Republican Party
Zachary BlockBusiness Developer $250Democratic Party
Michael CocchiMedium $250Democratic Party
Maureen BarendSupervisor $250Democratic Party
TIM ScanlanTelevision Producer $250Democratic Party
Jenn BrownSports Reporter $250Republican Party
AMY LevineAttorney $250Democratic Party
Mark LisantiEditor $250Democratic Party
Jason VidaResearcher $250Democratic Party
Sean ComerfordSoftware Engineer $250Republican Party
Kathleen BrownAd Sales $250Republican Party
Nigel CollinsJournalist $248Democratic Party
Totlyn MasonMedia Sales Associate $200Democratic Party
Jahala ChrzanAssociate Producer $200Democratic Party
Welles WileyMarketing Manager $200Democratic Party
Julie SternTraffic Manager $200Democratic Party
Steve BisheffBlogger $200Democratic Party
David BrownSports $200Republican Party
Zach BenabidProducer $165Democratic Party
Jayne SchultzEditor $125Democratic Party
Malcolm GoldinerEngineer $119Democratic Party
Andrew BronsonMaster Control Operator $119Democratic Party
Claudia SalhabSenior Software Engineer $110Democratic Party
Julie SouzaBusiness Developer $100Democratic Party
Aladdin FreemanDirector $100Democratic Party
Christine LaskowskiProducer $100Democratic Party
Jane BullockDirector Of Digital Strategy $100Democratic Party
Cynthia FreedSales $100Democratic Party
Gordon EdesSports Reporter $85Democratic Party
Raina KelleyEditor $50Democratic Party
Nathaniel Flynn RyanTechnician $25Democratic Party
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ESPN PR Salaries

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Vice PresidentSeattle, WA $198,135
Information Systems ManagerSeattle, WA $194,250
Vice PresidentSeattle, WA $194,250
Assistant To Vice PresidentNew York, NY $191,894
Chief Executive OfficerNew York, NY $175,427
Account ExecutiveNew York, NY $169,700
Account ExecutiveNew York, NY $168,100
Director Of Digital StrategyBristol, CT $166,816
Account ExecutiveNew York, NY $160,000
Data Operations DirectorBristol, CT $160,000
Staff Software EngineerBristol, CT $152,110
Director Of International SalesBristol, CT $147,576
Director Technical DevelopmentBristol, CT $142,542
Software Engineering ManagerBristol, CT $141,576
Senior Project ManagerBristol, CT $140,000
Staff Software EngineerBristol, CT $140,000
Account ExecutiveBurbank, CA $140,000
Information Systems ManagerNew York, NY $135,000
Senior Software EngineerBristol, CT $134,550
Lead Application DeveloperBristol, CT $133,737
Application Software DeveloperNew York, NY $133,250
Senior Software EngineerBristol, CT $132,500
Senior Application ArchitectNew York, NY $130,000
Information Systems ManagerBristol, CT $127,130
Manager, Product ManagementBristol, CT $127,129
Web DeveloperNew York, NY $126,714
Lead Application DeveloperBristol, CT $126,600
Senior EngineerBristol, CT $125,000
Senior Software EngineerBristol, CT $125,000
Senior Software EngineerBristol, CT $125,000
Senior Software EngineerBristol, CT $125,000
Senior Software EngineerBristol, CT $125,000
Application Software DeveloperBristol, CT $125,000
Lead Application DeveloperBristol, CT $123,682
Platform ManagerBristol, CT $123,500
Platform ManagerBristol, CT $123,200
Senior Software EngineerBristol, CT $123,000
Senior Web DeveloperNew York, NY $123,000
Application Software DeveloperNew York, NY $121,202
Senior Software EngineerBristol, CT $119,600
Senior Software EngineerBristol, CT $119,600
Senior Software EngineerBristol, CT $119,432
Lead Application DeveloperBristol, CT $118,073
Senior Software EngineerBristol, CT $116,528
Lead Application DeveloperBristol, CT $115,025
Director Technical DevelopmentBristol, CT $114,000
Senior Software EngineerBristol, CT $112,735
Network Systems AnalystBristol, CT $112,026
Lead Application DeveloperBristol, CT $112,000
Lead Application DeveloperBristol, CT $111,783
Senior Software EngineerBristol, CT $110,510
Senior Systems Software EngineerBristol, CT $110,361
Staff Software EngineerBristol, CT $110,000
Senior Software EngineerBristol, CT $110,000
Senior Software EngineerBristol, CT $110,000
Senior Software EngineerBristol, CT $110,000
Senior Software EngineerBristol, CT $108,216
Senior Software EngineerBristol, CT $107,500
Information Systems ManagerBristol, CT $107,484
Deputy EditorLos Angeles, CA $105,000
Business DeveloperNew York, NY $103,272
Senior Software EngineerBristol, CT $102,465
Senior Software EngineerBristol, CT $102,000
Software EngineerNew York, NY $102,000
Software EngineerNew York, NY $102,000
Network Systems AnalystBristol, CT $101,290
Senior Software EngineerBristol, CT $100,797
Application Software DeveloperBristol, CT $100,110
Software EngineerBristol, CT $100,000
Mobile Applications DeveloperBristol, CT $100,000
Application Software DeveloperBristol, CT $98,655
Application Software DeveloperBristol, CT $98,654
Application Software DeveloperBristol, CT $98,654
Application Software DeveloperBristol, CT $98,654
Senior Systems Software EngineerBristol, CT $98,178
Information Security AnalystBristol, CT $97,290
Senior Software EngineerBristol, CT $97,200
Senior Network AnalystBristol, CT $95,000
Senior Software EngineerBristol, CT $95,000
Senior Software EngineerBristol, CT $95,000
Senior Software EngineerBristol, CT $95,000
Senior Software EngineerBristol, CT $95,000
Software EngineerBristol, CT $94,539
Business ReporterNew York, NY $93,500
Senior Business AnalystBristol, CT $93,122
Computer Systems AnalystBristol, CT $92,727
Applications DeveloperBristol, CT $91,184
Business DeveloperNew York, NY $90,000
Manager, Integrated MarketingNew York, NY $89,700
Legal CounselNew York, NY $89,688
Marketing ManagerNew York, NY $89,627
Applications DeveloperBristol, CT $88,733
Product Development ManagerBristol, CT $88,000
Software EngineerBristol, CT $87,750
Applications DeveloperBristol, CT $86,000
Senior EditorBristol, CT $85,000
Applications DeveloperBristol, CT $83,835
Software EngineerNew York, NY $82,500
Software EngineerBristol, CT $82,500
Software EngineerBristol, CT $82,012
Business AnalystBristol, CT $82,000
Software EngineerBristol, CT $80,000
Business AnalystBristol, CT $80,000
Software EngineerBristol, CT $80,000
Software EngineerBristol, CT $78,090
Applications DeveloperBristol, CT $78,000
Software EngineerBristol, CT $75,000
Applications DeveloperBristol, CT $75,000
Development EngineerBristol, CT $72,000
Applications DeveloperBristol, CT $70,000
Development EngineerBristol, CT $66,000
System Integration AnalystBristol, CT $65,229
DesignerBristol, CT $65,176
Computer ProgrammerNew York, NY $64,475
Applications DeveloperBristol, CT $63,745
Sales PlannerNew York, NY $63,500
Producer DirectorBristol, CT $62,328
System Integration AnalystBristol, CT $60,000
EngineerBristol, CT $60,000
Associate EditorBristol, CT $55,000

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Frequently Asked Questions about ESPN PR

When was ESPN PR founded?

ESPN PR was founded in 2011.

How many Employees does ESPN PR have?

ESPN PR has between 1,000 and 10,000 employees.

How much money does ESPN PR make?

ESPN PR generates between $100 million and $1 billion in revenue.

What industry is ESPN PR in?

ESPN PR is in the media industry.

What is ESPN PR's mission?

ESPN PR's mission statement is "To serve sports fans wherever sports are watched, listened to, discussed, debated, read about or played."

What type of company is ESPN PR?

ESPN PR is a private company.

Who works at ESPN PR?

Mike Soltys (VP, Communications),
Steve Anderson (Plant Mgr),
James Pitaro (President)

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Where is ESPN PR's headquarters?

ESPN PR's headquarters is in Bristol, CT.

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