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Sources: ESPNU Studio Ops Moving To Bristol As Part Of Layoffs

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 04 / 26 / 17

A source said that as part of the layoffs at ESPN, the net is "moving its ESPNU studio operation from Charlotte to Bristol." A few ESPNU positions "will remain in Charlotte, primarily the people responsible for producing the large number of events that air on the channel." In total, fewer than 10 pe...

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