Behind The Scenes

Giving credit where it’s due on SportsCenter employee credit roll

2015 Holiday Credit Roll Fun Facts:
Longest Names: (31 letters)
Erandy Alexandra Galicia Hernandez
Gerardo Francisco Schnaider Moreno

Shortest names (5 letters):
Ed Eck
Li Shi
An Wan

Number of names displayed: 7,411

Those sharing a last name with a major sports MVP (Aaron Rodgers, Stephen Curry, Carey Price, Bryce Harper, Josh Donaldson):
Zach Rodgers (Stats & Information)
Jaime Vega-Curry (ESPN Deportes)
Canara Price (Security & Safety)
Kyle Price (Security & Safety)
Lenaya Price (Production Operations)
Ryan Price (Affiliate Sales)
Stevie Harper (Business Affairs & Development)
Ebony Harper (ESPN Radio NY)
Larry Donaldson (Digital & Print Media)
Mark Donaldson (International Production)

ESPN’s end-of-the-year credit roll, which runs annually around the holidays, is a way to acknowledge the many individuals who contributed to ESPN’s success throughout the year.

The tradition began many years ago as a public acknowledgement of all the dedicated people both in front of the cameras and behind the scenes, although what used to take under a minute to display now lasts 30 minutes!

This year’s roll will debut at the end of the 11:30 p.m. ET edition of SportsCenter on Thursday, Dec. 24 (credits begin at approximately 12:30 a.m., depending on the conclusion of the Hawaii Bowl that precedes SportsCenter). An added bonus for sports fans is a concurrent stream of “This is SportsCenter” commercials.

Credit Roll Contributors
Producers: Editorial Graphics Production Managers Mike L’Etoile and Bob Johnson
Directors: Kasey L. Mehuren-Kimmel/Ruth Spellman
Technical Directors: Aaron Bedenbaugh/Dean Ellington/Mike Dupre
Audio Operators: Kevin Cholock/Tom Plonski
Media Operators: Josh Krueger/Doug Paradore/Cassandra Manning/Carl Baker
Motion Graphics Controller: Nick Cinea
This is SportsCenter Commercials: Welles Wiley/Jack Courage/Emma Suojanen
Editor: Ivery Johnson
Application Support: Stephen Berntsen

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