ESPN Makes Cuts In Search Of Its A-Team

Rumors have been going around for weeks that ESPN would be making cuts, and now they are in fact making those cuts. John Skipper, the sports broadcaster’s president, sent a letter to all employees announcing a cut of more than 100 people. Those getting cut are mostly on-air talent including TV personalities, radio hosts, and writers who regularly appear on TV, in addition to a “limited number of other positions will also be affected.” The cuts come as ESPN’s “...content is evolving… fans’ habits are changing, our focus continues to be providing high-quality, distinctive content at any minute of the day on any screen.”

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