ESPN Announces Layoffs, Almost 100 Employees

By Paiea Kalili

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ESPN, according to Business Insider, has announced they will be laying off more than a 100 employees including behind the scenes and on-camera personalities.

ESPN is said to be shifting its focus toward digital as it faces cable subscriber losses and increased pressure on costs. The network has spent billions of dollars in recent years on rights deals with major sports leagues and college conferences.

In this new digital age this is another sign to get on your grind. In the world of entertainment, nothing is promised. You have to build your own brand and be ready to stand on your with it. Check below as ESPNers announce their layoffs.

SEC Recruiting Analyst Derek Tyson

ESPN Dallas Columnist Jean-Jacques Taylor

College Basketball Writer Eamonn Brennan

College Football Recruiting Reporter Jeremy Crabtree

Big Ten Football Reporter Austin Ward

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