ESPN says the 30-year-old known for her comic takes on sports will join the network on Oct. 16.
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No specific role has been announced for Nolan. ESPN says she’ll have “a prominent digital presence while also making appearances across ESPN studio programming.”
Nolan joked about the vague definition of her position in a statement, saying, “When I was a little girl, I always dreamed that one day announcements regarding my specific assignments would be forthcoming.”
Nolan won an Emmy at FS1 for outstanding social TV experience for her show “Garbage Time.” She had previously served as a digital correspondent on FS1’s “Crowd Goes Wild.”