Well, according to Deadspin, the network is close to filling that gap. Sources tell the site ESPN vice president Jamie Horowitz is in talks with NBC. Insiders tell TVNewser, Horowitz isn’t the only candidate Turness is talking to for the job, which came open when Alex Wallace‘s duties shifted to the DC bureau and “Nightly News.” Horowitz, who worked for NBC previously in the Olympics unit, is currently under contract. At ESPN, he has overseen several shows and talent, including former MSNBC host Keith Olbermann.
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