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ESPN content restructuring sees The Undefeated’s Kevin Merida and ESPN Films’ Libby Geist add responsibilities

After ESPN’s promotion of Connor Schell to executive vice-president (content) this summer and changes in roles for senior vice presidents Rob King, Norby Williamson and others in September, the company is making further oversight changes and giving some key executives more to supervise. As John Ourand writes at Sports Business Journal, The Undefeated editor-in-chief Kevin Merida (seen Read more.
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