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Intern Docuseries: Ashton Edmunds

ESPN's fall interns tell their stories via video. Ashton Edmunds, one of ESPN’s The Undefeated Rhoden Fellows, continues the series

Every summer, the ESPN interns get a chance to show some of the great work they are doing in the Intern Chronicles series. This fall will look a little different.

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For the first time, the interns will be showcasing the highlights of their experience in a new way through the fall video series, the Intern Docuseries.

In the video above, Ashton Edmunds, one of ESPN’s The Undefeated Rhoden Fellows, talks about this unique program for the next generation of sports journalists from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and showcases some of his favorite projects.

The one-year fellowship, where Fellows have the opportunity to produce stories about race, sports and culture, including a bi-weekly podcast series created by the Fellows with support from ESPN Audio, is headed by The Undefeated editor-at-large and former New York Times award-winning columnist William C. Rhoden.

Jon McLeod and Taylor Garner produced the video.


Name: Ashton Edmunds
Hometown: Tallahassee, Fla.
Role/Dept: Rhoden Fellow at ESPN’s The Undefeated
School/Major: Clark Atlanta University – Mass Media Arts
Favorite Athlete of all time: LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony
A song that you have on repeat: “Status Symbol” by Nipsey Hussle ft. Buddy
Most memorable moment in sports: When Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Santonio Holmes caught the game-winning touchdown against the Arizona Cardinals in the 2009 Super Bowl.

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