Finding the ESPN app is like finding a new best friend. A lifelong companion. Until it crashes of course and then you get upset.

Client: ESPN
Agency: ESPN Creative Works
Senior Creative Director: Jay Marrotte
Creative Director: Jamie Overkamp
Content Production Studio: Big Block
Director: Cody Stokes
Managing Director: Kenny Solomon
Chief Content Officer: Tom Flanagan
EP/Live Action: Geno Imbriale
Line Producer: Dan Gartner
DP: Tristan Nyby
Production Designer: Ali Isaksen
Post Production: Big Block
Creative Director: Curtis Doss
EP/Post Production: Rhys Demery
Editor: Andrew Andersen
Post Producer: Andrew Gilson

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kidsleepy CD copywriter with 18 years experience who has worked in many cities including New York, Atlanta, Montreal and currently Los Angeles. I snark because I care.

Comments (3)

  • fairuse's picture

    Updated to correct spelling on Sep 7, 2017.
    I was not going to watch this but the voice in my head said, "There is absolutely no way ESPN/Dsney is going to create an |app| that allows live events in the market someone wants to watch". NBC sports live app is the benchmark that fox sports and ESPN x 4 channels can't match. All NFL, pro Baseball, pro Hockey and the list goes on has absolute control what gets on an app. Xfinity struck a deal where "In Home" & "on the Go" control what content goes to mobile, tablet, desktop and online. Sports is the most blacked out content -- "In home only" with some out of market games in "Go". i have been beating the stuffings out of these apps -- only 2 work as advertised; NBC mobile app and xfinity stream. Fox sports works most of the time but is worthless for auto racing live. ESPN app lasted 5 minutes on my mobile devices.

    Sep 08, 2017
  • Dabitch's picture

    Why do you add a "d" when you shorten advert? It's "ad"

    Sep 02, 2017
  • fairuse's picture

    Apparently something was updating slow - name is filled in.

    That word should be app. fixed.

    Sep 08, 2017

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