Molly Mita

I am the senior publicist for news content, working on Outside The Lines and SportsCenter. I grew up in Philadelphia so I learned at a young age to love the Eagles, cheesesteaks “wit wiz," and the Rocky movies. I graduated from Loyola University Maryland with a degree in communications before entering into the sports television world at The NFL Today Show on CBS and Sunday Night Football on NBC. I later took my love for football to the NFL with the Detroit Lions and The Baltimore Ravens. I patiently waited 23 years for an Eagles Super Bowl championship; although I am still waiting, The 2012 Baltimore Ravens gave me both a championship and a Super Bowl ring! The Eagles will always be my team but the Ravens forever have a place in my heart (and on my right-hand ring finger). I am so excited to continue my journey at ESPN with the best people in the business!
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E:60’s Rinaldi and Saraceno visit the “Mad Hatter” Miles as the Grass Starts Growing in Lawrence

This Sunday on E:60 at 9 a.m. ET on ESPN, reporter Tom Rinaldi and producer Frank Saraceno team up to…
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ESPN’s Helwani Delivers In Debut for E:60 With Definitive Daniel Cormier Feature

“I’m a longtime fan of E:60 and I thought his story was perfect for it.”
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The Conrad Mainwaring Tip That Led to 13 Months of Investigative Reporting And One Gut-Wrenching Story Of Alleged Sexual Abuse

ESPN Investigative reporter Mark Fainaru-Wada and investigative journalist Mike Kessler discuss how the 13 months of reporting unfolded.
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“In camp, you can’t always trust your eyes. It’s important to be patient and fair with evaluations . . . “

NFL reporter Jeff Darlington explains why it's important to "get context" when filing stories from training camps.
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Leach Is Fascinating “Character” Study For E:60’s Schaap

Schaap says of his profile subject: "Unlike most of his fellow football coaches, he's got a law degree, he didn't…
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E:60 and Univision’s Jorge Ramos combine to tell revelatory story of “Southmost: Football and Life on the Border”

Producer Jeremy Williams: "The biggest challenge was not only getting these kids and their respective schools to trust us with…
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ESPN’s 2019 NBA Draft Storytelling: In depth with Morant, Austin and Porter proves no basketball journey is the same

In anticipation of the NBA Draft, ESPN travelled to Seattle, South Carolina and even China to tell compelling tales. Here's…
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Producer Noren says perspective important when telling – and viewing – E:60’s Indonesian child jockeys feature

E:60 producer Nicole Noren: "My goal with this story was to take viewers on an immersive journey, I wanted people…
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Olney revisits Caguas and Cora family for E:60 feature on Red Sox manager

Buster Olney's knowledge of the Cora family goes all the way back to the early 1980s, when he was a…

Former TSN Anchor Nabil Karim Makes His SportsCenter Debut Today

Watch for his "SportsCenter RIght Now" updates this week during "Get Up!," "First Take."

“A woman whose journey has been almost as incredible as the act that’s earned her millions of fans.”

Legendary "Red Panda" opens her life story to E:60 for Sunday feature.

ESPN Nets Prestigious Peabody Award For Coverage Of Michigan State Gymnastics Stories

ESPN has won its seventh Peabody Award for “Spartan Silence,” which includes ESPN’s coverage of the Larry Nassar case and…
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Schaap Tells The Tale of Tony Mandarich On Eve Of NFL Draft

Jeremy Schaap says that Tony Mandarich's story is so fascinating, he conducted the longest interview of his 25-year tenure at…

“It’s very exciting to have the face of hockey be involved in a project like this.”

Wayne Gretzky narrates E:60's "Forever Broncos," exploring the Canadian junior hockey bus tragedy. A producer discusses the feature.
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E:60 Reporter Tisha Thompson Says Being A Parent Helped Her Connect With UFC’s Michelle Waterson and Her Daughter

Thompson: "That’s what I love about this story - it flips so many stereotypes."