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Edwin Durso

Edwin Durso
Alma mater Harvard
Employer ESPN
Title Executive Vice President/Administration of ESPN

Edwin M. Durso is the Executive Vice President/Administration of ESPN, Inc.[1][2] He has helped to build ESPN since 1989. He attended Harvard and played shortstop on the baseball team. Durso graduated with a degree in GW Law.

References

  1. ^ Directory of Corporate Affiliation, Volume 4. National Register Pub. Co., 2007.
  2. ^ Television & Cable Factbook, Issue 69, Volume 3. Television Digest, Inc., 2001.

External links

  • ESPN bio


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