Kim Elchlepp

I recently joined ESPN as a member of the communications department. As a content information and listings coordinator, I oversee the TV Listings for ESPN Classic, ESPNU, SEC and Longhorn Network. I also assist in the PR efforts for ESPN2’s His & Hers. My first taste of the television business came from spending a couple of years in the public relations department of CNN’s Washington, D.C. bureau. I graduated from Georgetown University with a master’s degree in public relations and corporate communication and received my bachelor’s degree in mass communications from the University of South Carolina—the REAL USC. A true Carolina girl, I bleed garnet and black. A true southerner, it’s the Atlanta Braves above all others. A newly minted Tennessee Titans and Nashville Predators fan after a stint in Music City had me adopting them as my own.
Innovation

Evolution Of The Ocho: Discussing The Past, Present And Future Of “Seldom-Seen Sports” On ESPN Platforms

"This year, we put a larger focus on original content and we knocked it out of the park with 17…
Journalism

Journalistically Sound: ESPN Recognized Far and Wide for Outstanding, Impactful Work

APSE, Investigative Reporters & Editors award ESPN storytelling; multiple nominations announced for upcoming Dan Jenkins Awards.
Journalism Showcase

Heard and Seen on Your TV Screen: “7Innings Podcast Softball Featured” Debuts Sunday on ESPNU

Popular ESPN Audio show makes the jump to ESPNU with familiar voices and five features on the collegiate game's best…
NCAAF

“It’s Been Very Exciting To See Him Get A Chance To Lead His Duke Team”

ESPN VP Tonya Cornileus anticipates Duke QB - and her nephew - Quentin Harris' game versus Virginia Tech Saturday night…
Announcements

Rowe Congratulates Blackledge On Re-signing With ESPN

ESPN college football analyst Todd Blackledge remains a part of the family with a new deal and longtime friend and…
Announcements

Lights On: Preview ESPN and ABC’s New Primetime College Football Graphics Package

Once you see this graphics package, you'll be ready to charge out of the tunnel.
Inside ESPN

“You’re not supposed to laugh at your own jokes, but these animations are funny”

Learn what goes into the graphics process for ESPN2's transformation into ESPN8: The Ocho.
Announcements

Fitz And Golic Jr. Present The Ocho Sport Of The Day

In honor of this day of offbeat, alternative sports programming, enjoy all of the offbeat takes you didn’t see in…
ESPN

“Bill Belichick never taught me how to do the Obi-Wan lightsaber flourish from Revenge of the Sith”

ESPN The Magazine's David Fleming reflects on profiling a champion of one of #TheOcho's showcased sports: lightsaber dueling.
Inside ESPN

How does ESPN select the sports that appear in #TheOcho lineup?

ESPN's Brent Colborne: "We had a meeting that we call a 'jam session' where a group of roughly 25 people…
Announcements

More than meets the eye: ESPN helps Library of Congress launch “Baseball Americana”

As the exhibit opens today, Front Row concludes its five-part series featuring the research ESPN Stats and Information Group provided…
Announcements

More than meets the eye: ESPN helps Library of Congress launch “Baseball Americana”

Part 4 of 5: Legendary pitcher Satchel Paige is featured.
Announcements

More than meets the eye: ESPN helps Library of Congress launch “Baseball Americana”

Part 3 of 5: The final season of three-time unanimous Cy Young winner, former Dodgers great Sandy Koufax is featured.
Announcements

More than meets the eye: ESPN helps Library of Congress launch “Baseball Americana”

The first intercollegiate baseball game, played between Williams and Amherst on July 1, 1859, was followed by a chess match…
Announcements

More than meets the eye: ESPN helps Library of Congress launch “Baseball Americana”

ESPN's Stats and Info Group helps tell story behind this 1925 Yankee Stadium photo and more than 100 other artifacts,…
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