Ben Webber’s journey from WC to ESPN

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NEW WILMINGTON, Pa.– Westminster College has a number of grads working at ESPN in Bristol, Conn. Alumni include Bob Braulich, a vice-president of remote broadcasts. Denny Wolfe heads up the features unit for the network. Sebastian Salazar works on-air as a Major League Soccer anchor and sideline reporter.  And then there’s Ben Webber.  He’s a 2000 Westminster alumnus and an award-winning television journalist.  In 2016, Weber received the National Edward R. Murrow Award as the producer of the SportsCenter feature “The Courage Game.”

Reporter Natalie Fox has the story of this 2000 grad’s journey from Titan Radio basketball announcer to his current role as a television features producer for the world leader in sports.

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