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infROWgraphic: Meet ESPN Next’s First Class

On Monday, July 15, 21 production assistants began their ESPN careers. Learn more about them via this graphic.

ESPN welcomes the inaugural cohort to ESPN Next, the company’s premier leadership development program. On Monday, July 15, 21 production assistants began their ESPN careers. Each of them will be given a unique experience throughout the one-year program ranging from working within studio, event, and international business segments. The cohort will also learn and take part in contributing to other areas in the company.

Senior Vice President of Production, and Office of the President, Tina Thornton said, “Our goal is to make ESPN Next the most dynamic development program in the industry; a pipeline to ESPN’s next generation of leaders.”

To follow the journey of the inaugural cohort and all the content produced by ESPN production assistants, follow @ESPNNext on Twitter and Instagram. Learn more about ESPN Next’s first class via this infROWgraphic:

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Nicholas Aconfora contributed to this post.

The 2019 ESPN Next Cohort: 21 new production assistants. (Nicholas Aconfora/ESPN)
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