ESPN Front Row kicks off its existence with “A Day In The Life” project, an ambitious plan to cover ESPN’s world in real-time still photography beginning at 12 a.m. Wednesday, March 30 and unfolding over the ensuing 24 hours.
There wasn’t a better way to start a blog that will offer a window into ESPN. Watch this space for the photos to start appearing around midnight.
We hope you enjoy these visions of ESPN’s employees at work all around the world.
Nación Anchor Adrianna Monsalve in the makeup room sharing a laugh with makeup artist Linda Sammut
Gaines Johnson works on the FIrst & 10 technology for spring football in the ESPN Innovation Mobile Lab.
Marco Poulin, transmission specialist, works from a lift to align a Torus satellite feed assembly to ensure optimal signal reception from one of the 47 satellites that transmission utilizes to ingest program content. The Torus antenna itself is capable of receiving signals from up to 35 satellites simultaneously, from a fixed position.
Miranda Groenewegen and Hayley Linstead from the Chiswick ESPN Production office in London.
The X Games Warehouse is the year-round staging, shipping and receiving headquarters for Global X Events & Development. Anthony Belenardo and Norman Barajas load a Moto X bike into a crate that will be shipped to Shanghai, China for KIA X Games Asia.
Grabbing a bite to eat as she hustles off to Studio F to host morning SportsCenter.
Matt M. labels HD Production clip reels
ESPN America now broadcasts their own edition of ESPN’s flagship show SportsCenter to their viewers across Europe and the Middle East.
ESPN Global Security Specialist Arthur F. greets senior manager/multimedia Rich Arden at the Bristol campus’ North Gate.