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ESPN.com
ESPN has made its website just as critical to its fans as the television network itself, offering up enterprise storytelling, video, stats, columns and so much more. That’s the sort of power a fully supported website can have, with ESPN employing a professional staff of full-time writers, reporters, editors and columnists, creating content day and night. ESPN.com is always looking for ways to better reach fans. Case in point, it’s recent efforts to amp up long-form journalism with rich visual and dual layers of text.
 
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CNBC.com
The past year has seen the site develop the CNBC Digital Workshop, a production studio for original video for the CNBC digital products.
 
AMC.com
With record-breaking ratings on TV, AMC.com has become a destination for fans, featuring a mix of fun (DeadYourself avatar maker) with a wealth of info from talent, showrunners and more.
 
ESPN – Grantland
This site is constantly being renewed with deep, critical analysis—and a splash of humor that keeps people visiting regularly.
 

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