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Want to help ESPN get their facts right?

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Based in Charlotte, NC, the Production Researcher will use broad and deep sports knowledge to ensure the accuracy of live news-and-information of ESPNU programming including sport-specific shows and various game broadcasts.

 

 

 

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ESPN should just start hiring people from TMZ to cover everything Cam related.  I think it would fit the direction they are going.

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Should probably just get a Redskins fan anyways, all conversation will be about rgknee panthers or not.

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