Senior Coordinating Producer / Enterprise Reporting Unit
Dwayne Bray joined ESPN in October 2007 as senior news editor in the enterprise reporting unit, responsible for directing ESPN’s studio enterprise/investigative reporting team of reporters and producers who produce long-form journalism pieces on issues facing athletes, coaches, teams and leagues. Bray also coordinates enterprise reporting efforts among many ESPN platforms, including ESPN.com, ESPN The Magazine, ESPN International and ESPN Studio Production.
Previously, Bray was an ESPN News Editor (2006-2007), serving as on-site news editor for remote production events including Monday Night Football, the NBA on ESPN and ABC, college football and basketball games, and soccer.
Prior to joining ESPN, Bray was assistant sports editor (2004-05), sports editor (2004-05), and deputy managing editor (2005-06) of the Dallas Morning News, assistant metro editor (1995-97) and sports editor (1997-2000) of the Dayton Daily News, and courts reporter at the Los Angeles Times (1993-95).
A native of East Cleveland, Ohio, Bray is a graduate of The Ohio State University (1993 with a Masters in journalism), and Cleveland State University (1988 with a bachelor of arts in communications). He was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize as a writer/reporter (1990, 1991, 1998), and was a finalist for the Livingston Award as the nation’s best young journalist (1998).
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