"I've worked for ESPN since 2007. It's a great company, and from Buenos Aires we provided tv, digital and web production services for different countries in Latin America: Argentina, Colombia, Peru, Chile, Ecuador and Uruguay."
"I’ve worked for ESPN for 14 years, first in the domestic department and then in the International one. I must say that I always found the resources, both human and technological, to do a meaningful job. It is a company that believes in diversity and promotes hard work and team effort."
"Strong company and work environment. The ability for advancement for high achievers."
"It has been a great working experience."
"At the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, I was offered a position on the ESPN Broadcasts Productions team. Working with ESPN Broadcast Productions has enhanced my abilities to compile information in a timely manner and report that information to professionals alongside me. This position has also given me the opportunity to develop as a dedicated professional. I have experienced an extensive range of situations in which I am both required and expected to adapt and excel in. Furthermore, I understand barriers and the importance of effective, creative and prompt social backing."
"Typical day at work was ideal. Everyone was very friendly from beginning to the end of the day. Management was superb and all of the employees were sociable and professional"
"Great work environment! The ability to learn the job from the best people. The company culture is outstanding."
"I've worked with ESPN for 2 years, and that was an unbelievable experience meeting a bunch of talented individuals all around the world with multiple skill set. Working for a company like that, gave me the courage to find what gives me passion everyday, and I witness that on most people's faces."
"ESPN in Los Angeles is a small, productive, creative group. A lively, casual atmosphere without the overly-corporate feel. Having an ESPN offshoot in LA is the best of both worlds."
"It is a great company to work for, everyone enjoys working there, ESPN is definitely an experience that you will never forget. There are at least 3,000.00 employees just in CT campus."
"I have enjoyed working for ESPN/Disney for 11 years."
"I have been working for ESPN for over 10 years. Even though it is a great company, you feel like you are giving more to them than they are giving back to you. The pay is relatively low compared to industry standards and they are getting so big that it's becoming disorganized."
"Good place to start out. Other people coming in with experience from the outside are generally not respected if they do not drink the Kool-Aid being served in Bristol ESPN."
"Great company with great people. Leadership is a mess though and is completely disconnected with what's happening "on the ground" and not coming up with practical solutions to real problems. Instead they "shuffle the chairs" and do a re-org of the same people every 9-12 months and don't progress or promote people that are hard working but maybe don't play the political game as well as others... no different than most big companies in that way, I presume."
"I am presently working in ESPN as a automation tester. I have around 9 yrs of experience."
ESPN has an overall rating of 3.8 Average Rating out of 5, based on over 50 ESPN Review Ratings left anonymously by ESPN employees, which is 3% lower than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. 96% of employees would recommend working at ESPN.
ESPN employees earn $51,000 annually on average, or $25 per hour, which is 23% lower than the national salary average of $66,000 per year. 22 ESPN employees have shared their salaries on CareerBliss. Find ESPN Salaries by Job Title.
96% of employees would recommend working at ESPN with the overall rating of 3.8 out of 5. Employees also rated ESPN 3.9 out of 5 for Company Culture, 3.6 for Rewards You Receive, 3.1 for Growth Opportunities and 4.0 for support you get.
According to our data, the highest paying job at ESPN is a Senior Director of Marketing at $185,000 annually. Browse ESPN Salaries by Job Profile.
According to our data, the lowest paying job at ESPN is a Programming Intern at $16,000 annually. Browse ESPN Salaries by Job Profile.
According to reviews on CareerBliss, employees commonly rated the pros of working at ESPN to be Company Culture, Growth Opportunities, People You Work With and Person You Work For, and no cons.
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