ESPN Signs Writer Doug Greenberg to Multi-year Contract

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ESPN Signs Writer Doug Greenberg to Multi-year Contract

Greenberg will cover the sports betting industry for ESPN

ESPN has reached a multi-year contract with writer Doug Greenberg. He will cover the sports betting industry for ESPN after almost three years at Front Office Sports.

Greenberg’s role will primarily be covering the sports betting industry with articles focused on but not limited to stories around trending news in the betting world, major money swings or odds shifts, significant bets placed, a weekly signature file, and more.

With sports betting continuing to grow within the United States, Greenberg joins to amplify ESPN’s sports betting coverage alongside the work ESPN Sports Betting Reporter David Purdum continues to do.

“I am ecstatic to be joining this world-class editorial team to cover the wide world of sports betting, which seems to expand by the day,” Greenberg said. “Sports betting is the game within the game that is keeping sports fans more engaged than ever before, so I look forward to providing the highest quality reporting to help readers with their wagers…and having some fun while doing it.”

Prior to joining ESPN, Greenberg was with the aforementioned Front Office Sports, where he spent nearly three years covering the sports business world with some work around sports betting. He also had previous stops at VSiN, Big Ten Network, and Stadium, among others.

Greenberg earned a BA in Communication Arts from the University of Wisconsin – Madison and an MS in Journalism from Northwestern University – Medill.

John R. Manzo

Based in New York City, John Manzo is a Communications Manager for ESPN with a focus on ESPN BET, sports betting, consumer marketing and corporate citizenship. He is a Michigan native, Detroit sports fan and proud Central Michigan University graduate.
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