Jim Miller

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Michelle Beadle Bolting ESPN For NBC - Posted May 11, 2012
ESPN "SportsNation" co-anchor Michelle Beadle is reportedly leaving the Worldwide Leader in Sports for greener pastures at NBCUniversal. Jim Miller... [TVNewser]

Casting the ESPN Movie - Posted December 7, 2011
Jim Miller, co-author of the fascinating ESPN expose Those Guys Have ... [FishbowlLA]

ESPN Adding At Least 200 New Jobs In Connecticut - Posted August 2, 2011
ESPN will add at least 200 jobs in the state of Connecticut over the next five years in exchange for tax breaks, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy announced Tuesday. It's all part of the "First Five" program, that is encouraging five businesses t... [SportsNewser]

Time Is Ticking for MySpace - Posted June 2, 2011
According to News Corp.'s digital media guru Jim Miller, the company has set a 2-week deadline to determine the fate of its black sheep on... [FishbowlLA]

ESPN Management Suggested Questions For Those Guys Have All The Fun Author - Posted May 27, 2011
SportsByBrooks.com reported Thursday that ESPN management had provided scripted questions to ESPN radio hosts for their interviews with Jim Miller... [SportsNewser]

Those Guys Have All The Fun Author Talks - Posted January 19, 2011
USA Today's Michael McCarthy ... [SportsNewser]

Has The ESPN Book Already Cost An Anchor His Job? - Posted November 11, 2010
We are still six months away from Those Guys Have All The Fun: Inside The World of ESPN by Jim Miller and ... [SportsNewser]

"Black in America" Packs Time Warner Center - Posted July 16, 2008
The 10th floor theater at the Time Warner Center was packed with hundreds of guests last night for a preview of CNN's new Black in America series — so much so, two overflow rooms were needed. Before the crowds watched a 30-minute preview of three upcoming specials, ... [TVNewser]