More fallout from the Ashley Madison hack as 101 high level ESPN employees have been exposed as members of the cheating website.

Interestingly, female ESPN employees make up a substantial percentage of the list.


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While only 5% of Ashley Madison’s users are women, we found that fully 20% of identifiable ESPN signups came from women. How many? 101, to be specific—with dozens of them highly influential executives, vice-presidents, and producers. ESPN employees responsible for such popular programming as SportsCenter and Sunday NFL Countdown took time out from work to sign up for the cheating-oriented dating service, as did powerful senior finance directors, marketing higher-ups, and assistants to that same ESPN president who vowed to end the Bristol campus’s culture of extramarital adventuring. h/t deadspin

ESPN says about 4,000 employees work out of its Bristol headquarters.