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BottomLine Editor - International

Company Name:
Disney
BottomLine Editors handle the day-to-day production of all editorial content on ESPN‚EUR(TM)s international BottomLines. They are proven sports professionals and are counted on to generate accurate, quality content in a timely manner.
BottomLine Editors perform critical and high-profile day-to-day editorial duties and contribute to long-term projects. They are given the task of coordinating BottomLine coverage for certain sports and/or events.
BottomLine Editors effectively use Score and News Alerts to drive awareness of big stories, games and events, and continually seek ways to expand coverage of top-level global stories.
An assessment designed to gauge your sports knowledge is required for this position. If you meet the position‚EUR(TM)s minimum requirements, the assessment information will be sent to your email address after you have formally applied to the position.
ESPN, Inc., The Worldwide Leader in Sports, is the leading multinational, multimedia sports entertainment company featuring the broadest portfolio of multimedia sports assets with over 50 business entities. Headquartered in Bristol, Connecticut, ESPN is 80% owned by ABC, Inc. (a subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company), and 20% by the Hearst Corporation.
ESPN was founded by Bill Rasmussen and launched on September 7, 1979. Now with over 6,500 employees, each year ESPN televises more than 5,100 live and/or original hours of sports programming. The company‚EUR(TM)s mission is to serve sports fans. Anytime. Anywhere.

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