The SB Nation Mission
We do this for the fans. Literally. SB Nation was founded by a fan blogging about his favorite team, and years later we're building on that same fan-focused vision. Today's media landscape is evolving rapidly, and we want to help ensure that fans have a voice
SB Nation is the largest and fastest-growing network of fan-centric online sports communities. From the beginning, we've focused on developing the highest quality grassroots sports sites on the web—recruiting only the most respected bloggers and writers to build their communities at SB Nation and empowering passionate fans to engage in the conversation.
We take a different approach to online sports media. We offer well over 200 (and growing quickly) distinct team and sport-specific sites, each with its own name, URL, team colors, writers, and guidelines. In a world where media companies are slashing their editorial coverage, no one matches SB Nation's commitment to serve fans so deeply or broadly.
Our flagship site, SBNation.com covers sports stories that rise to national significance. Our innovative approach ensures that fans receive all important news updates and opinions the moment they break from all relevant sources -- all delivered with the same engaging fan voices and conv
You'll join a family of focused, hard-working, creative people who take pride in their work. Our team members have backgrounds in painting, journalism, business, English literature, sports marketing, photography, grassroots political campaigning, blogging, soccer, sketch comedy and more... on top of our web design, software engineering, sales, and sports writing experience. Most of us are passionate about sports. But we're all passionate about the web, about building tools to foster online community, and doing work that's challenging and fun.
Life at SB Nation
We have a nice home in the Dupont Circle neighborhood of Washington, DC—an easy commute from anywhere on foot, bike, or metro. There's a great selection of coffee shops, restaurants, and friendly bars within walking distance, and nice architecture everywhere.
If you believe wall projectors are for watching giant sports games (and playing Rock Band), and you believe in celebrating product launches with charcoal briquets and tasty vittles, you'll like our office. We enjoy discussing tech and media trends, laughing at Keyboard Cat, scribbling on white boards, arguing about which pitchers will end the season with better stats, and debating which programming languages are most elegant. And which weapons are best for killing zombies. (Blades, generally.) Bring your big ideas and opinions—we want to hear them.