At NESN, we are proud of our people, our sports teams, our programming and the diverse communities we serve. We are the definitive source for all of your Boston Red Sox and Boston Bruins coverage.
We are dedicated to delivering award-winning content that connect the most passionate fans to their favorite sports team.
It is People, Passion and Purpose that makes us the preeminent regional sports network in the country; the most watched network in New England, and a top-20 nationally-ranked sports website.
What Drives Us
Our values come into play each and every day. They are the fundamentals for excellent play, performance and collaboration. If these values are in your playbook – come join us for a great game!
What We’ve Achieved
We are proud of all of the amazing accomplishments our team has made over the years. From Emmy’s to Employee Recognition and so much more, we are successful because our team is dedicated and passionate about what they do.
We love our Boston sports teams! Our Creative Services department does a great job getting us excited about our teams, so we couldn’t help but share some of their work here.
What We Say
NESN strives to be the preeminent regional sports network in the country. We are committed to creating and distributing New England sports content that entertains, informs and enriches people’s lives.
We are intently focused on delivering Boston Red Sox and Boston Bruins programming and promotion of unparalleled breadth and quality.
NESN is committed to superior financial performance, providing a challenging and rewarding work environment and meaningful corporate citizenship.
Our employees make NESN who we are – a passionate, motivated and dynamic team! Hear from a few of our externs about what they enjoyed learning from our team members over the course of the summer below.
My name is Carli Ricker and I recently graduated from Azusa Pacific University, located in Los Angeles County, with my BA in Journalism. I applied for NESN’s externship program because while my university did a wonderful job preparing me for a career as a journalist, I felt a little more unprepared for the task of actually getting a job. Through my externship at NESN though I gained crucial insight and guidance on skills such as crafting resumes for particular job postings, writing cover letters to grab a recruiter’s attention and preparing for interviews whether in-person or over a Zoom call. I would highly recommend this externship for anyone looking to grow professionally.
My name is Diego Rivera and I am a senior at California State University Northridge. I enrolled in NESN’s Externship program this summer because I wanted to network with people in sports media as well as get more knowledge about live sports. My favorite part of the program was getting tips on how to impress interviewers as well as meeting people who worked in live production. I enjoyed listening to the diverse points of view, and I am more prepared to apply to sports internships in the near future.
My name is Sam, and I recently graduated from Syracuse University with a degree in Broadcast & Digital Journalism. Graduating in the midst of a global pandemic, combined with the shutdown of the sports world, isn’t an ideal situation for someone looking for their first sports job out of school. However, I am so grateful for NESN’s Externship program, which allowed me to connect with so many professionals in the sports media industry. Everyone at NESN was so eager to help and share their advice! The best part is the program focuses on a different aspect of the industry each week, so you leave with a great understanding of the company as a whole!