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14 days ago

Digital Account Manager - Entertainment and Media Industry Opportunity

ESPN Hammersmith, England

We are seeking an experienced Digital Account Manager who has an understanding of how digital sales works and through that knowledge is confident in…

30+ days ago

Senior Manager Finance

ESPN Bristol, CT

Champions the direction, creation and maintenance of financial modeling and reporting for the International division. Deliverables predominately… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Account Executive TV and Digital Sales

ESPN San Francisco, CA

Sell multiplatform advertising campaigns to clients in an assigned territory/account list Achieve maximum revenue potential across all mediums Be… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Senior Manager Product Management

ESPN Bristol, CT

The Sr. Manager, Product Management will manage ESPN s video and audio product portfolio across the web. The position will own the product vision and… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Project Senior Project Manager

ESPN Bristol, CT

The Consumer devices team is responsible for developing industry leading apps on variety of platforms and devices. The Associate project manager is… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Associate Director Business Development

ESPN New York, NY

The Associate Director, Business Development is responsible for assisting the Business Development team within the Global Business Strategy… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Manager Accounting

ESPN Bristol, CT

A diversified, international family entertainment and media company whose operations include theme parks and resorts, filmed entertainment, including… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Associate Director Affiliate Applications

ESPN Bristol, CT

ESPN is looking for an experienced Software Development Manager to lead a diverse team of engineers in support of the companies strategic business… Ivy Exec

4 days ago

Production Research Manager

ESPN Bristol, CT

The ESPN Stats Information Group is a pressure-packed, exciting work environment specializing in information dissemination across ESPN. Our content… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Director Remote Production Operations

ESPN Bristol, CT

Oversees all operational and technical aspects of assigned sportsProvides guidance and training to Remote Operations… Ivy Exec

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    Former Employee - Programming  in  London, England
    Former Employee - Programming in London, England

    I worked at ESPN full-time for more than 3 years


    Working for the biggest sports TV company in the world can really only help your career. Their content is, with a few exceptions, among the very best. TWDC perks are not bad, although not significantly different from the media industry in general. Disney has a well developed internal training programme.


    Very little room for growth unless you're in Bristol, the London office struggled with personal and professional development. Remuneration levels are slightly below the industry standard as the consensus is "you should be happy to work in sports".

    International division suffered from lack of leadership and there was very little connection between ESPN and Disney.

    Working long hours and on weekends can to some extent be expected in a live sports environment, but remuneration should be adjusted accordingly.

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    International division is now closed in the UK, so advice is not necessarily that relevant. Company should be more mindful of the markets outside of the US and re-evaluate the performance of some of the management team.

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