The first-person account of an employee’s career as a sports writer at ESPN is a fascinating read and the story of one of the biggest brands in sports and entertainment.
The book, “A Good Education for the Next Generation: My Career at ESPN,” by former ESPN employees, is now available for purchase.
The book, written by former NBA player and former ESPN writer Bill Simmons, follows former and current ESPN employees through their careers and provides a look at their lives after the company went public in 1999.
The authors of the book, which was released last month, wrote that they wanted to give people the opportunity to read a story of a person’s life after they had worked there for many years.
“We wanted to offer this book to a new generation of people who might not have known who they were before,” the authors said in a statement.
A Good Educator” was written by Simmons, former NFL player Michael Jordan, former NBA broadcaster Jerry Buss and current CBS analyst Mike Tirico.”
We hope that the book will inspire others to explore their passions and careers after the corporate world that they grew up with.”
“A Good Educator” was written by Simmons, former NFL player Michael Jordan, former NBA broadcaster Jerry Buss and current CBS analyst Mike Tirico.
The first book in the series, titled “A Better Educator,” was published in 1999 by Simon & Schuster.