Jemele Hill

staff writer for The Atlantic, host of the Spotify podcast ‘Jemele Hill is Unbothered’

Staff writer for The Atlantic and host of the Spotify podcast ‘Jemele Hill is Unbothered’

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In 2017, after working at ESPN for more than ten years, Jemele Hill got one of the network’s plumb jobs--co-hosting the flagship evening show SportsCenter.

After ESPN, Jemele Hill begins a new chapter: producing, podcasting and more

In 2017, after working at ESPN for more than ten years, Jemele Hill got one of the network’s plumb jobs--co-hosting the flagship evening show SportsCenter.

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