Senior Coordinating Producer
Tim Corrigan, who joined ESPN in 1987, is a senior coordinating producer overseeing all aspects of game production for professional basketball events on ESPN and ABC including the NBA, WNBA, USAB, FIBA, Summer League and G League.
Corrigan has line produced the NBA Conference Finals, NBA Finals, NBA Saturday Primetime on ABC and ABC Sunday Showcase since 2007. He previously oversaw NBA Countdown, NBA Tonight, NBA Coast to Coast, College Football, Major League Lacrosse and Olympic Trials.
Corrigan previously served as a producer for select ESPN Sunday Night Football (prior to 2006) and Monday Night Football telecasts (2004-2019), college football, men’s and women’s college basketball, Women’s Final Four (1994-2002), ACC Tournament (1993-2002), World Cup Soccer, WNBA Finals (1996, 1997), Olympic Trials (1996), Winter/Summer X Games and SportsCenter.
From 1987 to 1992 Corrigan worked as a production assistant (1987-89) and associate producer/director (1989-92) on a variety of ESPN events, including Sunday Night Football, College Football, College Basketball, Sunday Night Baseball, America’s Cup, French Open and SportsCenter.
A native of Charlottesville, Virginia, Corrigan is a 2-time Emmy winner and 4-time Cable Ace Award winner.
Corrigan graduated from Notre Dame in 1986 as a 3-time lacrosse letterman with a bachelor of science degree in economics.