Tim Corrigan

ESPN, Senior Coordinating Producer

Tim Corrigan, who joined ESPN in 1987, is a senior coordinating producer for the NBA on ESPN. Corrigan oversees all aspects of ESPN game and studio production including NBA CountdownNBA Tonight, NBA Coast to Coast, and NBA segments on SportsCenter. In addition, he produces ABC broadcasts of NBA games including the Conference Finals, NBA Finals, and NBA Saturday Primetime on ABC. Corrigan also oversees the WNBA and Major League Lacrosse telecasts. Since 2004, he has produced select ESPN Sunday Night Football (prior to 2006) and Monday Night Football (since 2006) telecasts.

Corrigan previously had served as a producer of ESPN’s college football and basketball telecasts, as well as bowl games, and served as coordinating producer in 2002. He also produced the Women’s Final Four from 1994 – 2002, the ACC Tournament from 1993 – 2002, ABC Sports’ college basketball from 1999 – 2002, the WNBA in 1996 and 1997, and the Olympic trials in 1996. Corrigan served as producer of Winter and Summer X Games telecasts, as well.

Previously, Corrigan worked as a production assistant (1987 - 1989) and associate producer/director (1989 – 1993) on a variety of ESPN events, including the America’s Cup, French Open, NCAA basketball, college and NFL football, and Major League Baseball.

A native of Charlottesville, VA, Corrigan is a 1986 graduate of Notre Dame with a bachelor of science degree in economics.

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