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Ramona Shelburne’s three tips for writing a “tick-tock” news story

ESPN senior writer explains how and why she used the "tick-tock" format to cover LeBron James’ decision to join the…
ESPN Careers

Intern Chronicles: Cynthia Esqueda pursues her passion for storytelling with ESPN

Arizona State rising senior Cynthia Esqueda brings experience as a sideline reporter to her role as an ESPN editorial intern.
Journalism

E:60: How a Soccer Ball Survived a National Tragedy and Completed Space Mission 31 Years Later

An E:60 producer also wrote for ESPN.com in telling "Bonds Of Earth" (Sunday, 9 a.m. ET, ESPN) story, which centers…
ESPN The Magazine

How does ESPN The Magazine decide who makes The BODY Issue?

Two key people in the process explain the BODY concept, anticipate the archive of 10 years of photos, more.
Journalism Showcase

Is LA Galaxy star Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s personality all an act?

Reporter Sam Borden previews his E:60 (Sunday, 9 a.m., ESPN) profile of soccer's intriguing goal-scorer, ESPN The Magazine "Body Issue"…
Journalism

SC Featured Piece Earns ESPN’s 27th Edward R. Murrow Journalism Award

Unusual #SCFeatured story of Hall of Famer Rod Carew’s heart transplant earns ESPN’s 27th Murrow Award for Journalism.
Journalism Showcase

SC Featured’s Father’s Day tale of “sticks, balls and streets”

Go inside the making of "Stickball Boulevard," a feature debuting in the Sunday, 10 a.m. ET edition of SportsCenter.
Journalism Showcase

“[Fans said] what happened at Auburn shouldn’t have and the truth needed to be told”

ESPN The Magazine's Tom Junod discusses profiling Auburn's controversial softball program - and the reaction to his reporting.
Journalism Showcase

SC Featured and Jon Stewart combine to tell story of inspiring Warrior Games athlete

For Sunday's SportsCenter #SCFeatured (10 a.m. ET), Jon Stewart interviews U.S. Army Maj. Christina Truesdale, who has overcome life-threatening injuries…
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“I think I was afraid that I would look back and be completely ashamed”

30 for 30 Podcasts producer Julia Henderson explains her mixed feelings documenting the controversy behind Bikram yoga.
Announcements

NABJ names Jemele Hill as its “Journalist of The Year”

The award recognizes The Undefeated's columnist for her "distinguished body of work."
E:60

Salters and E:60 go in-depth with wrongly-imprisoned White Sox groundskeeper

E:60 (Sunday, 9 a.m. ET, ESPN) profiles a Chicago White Sox employee who spent 23 years in prison for crimes…
Journalism

“It’s been a long time coming – too long – but I’m encouraged because I’m the first”

The Undefeated's Lisa Wilson is on track to become the first African-American woman to be APSE president
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The Veterans Committee: Steele, Negandhi Move into 6 p.m. ET SportsCenter Anchor Chairs

With more than 20 years of ESPN experience between them, Sage Steele and Kevin Negandhi will co-anchor the 6 p.m.…
Journalism

Bunk beds no more, Fainaru brothers vie for Sports Emmy in same category

“Definitely an odd -- but cool – situation." That's how one Fainaru describes competing against his brother in the Sports…