Bleacher Report Quality Editor
Quality editors provide the final edit on all content bound for B/R’s highest-visibility channels. Their edits are more intensive than copy edits, at times requiring wholesale changes and collaboration across teams to ensure each article delivers on the aforementioned quality standards.
By elevating standards on B/R’s highest-traffic locales, the quality editing team is striving to raise the bar on content site-wide, with the hope that their enhanced scrutiny on a fraction of articles is eventually the norm.
When not getting my Quality Editor groove on, I'm also an NBA Featured Columnist and one of the few Sixers fans remaining on the planet. I graduated from Georgetown in 2009, so please forgive my undying Hoya homerism. (Here's lookin' at you, Roy Hibbert & Jeff Green.)
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Thank you, Bryan.
Appreciate those well-done edits, Bryan. You were at B/R years ago...are you just returning? If so, welcome back man.
Thanks for the edits, Bryan. With it being a breaking news story, the candidates were not in by the time I submitted the article.
Bryan, thanks for the edit on that piece. I was wondering about doing the italics thing, but was afraid that would be wrong. So, glad to see it all worked out.
Thanks for the edits on the ReDraft article. I was definitely pressed for time (but that's no excuse for those mistakes). Thanks for the explanations as well, much appreciated.
Thanks for the edits on the NASCAR piece, Bryan. I appreciate it sir.
Thanks for the edits on that immediate impact piece, I know that one was a little cumbersome.
I thought you might find this post pretty interesting. Lebron James' sons' basketball team, the Miami City Ballers, just released a new video entitled 'Miami City Ballers Bash Video'. The video is a player verse parent game. I know how people are intrigued with watching Lebron James Jr.'s basketball skills, and in this video he displays some pretty awesome moves like his father in his youth. Not only is Fab Five great, Juwan Howard's son in the video, but so is the retired Miami Heat vet. I thought it was awesome to see Juwan Howard in action as a father on the court.
Check it out! It may be worth a post!:
The video was directed by Oz Productions and the song 'Shine (Jewelry)' was created by Benjamin Bill and the Fire Starter. AWESOME VIDEO! These kids have talent.
Thanks for your time,
Bryan, you're a life saver! I can't believe I put the wrong nickname in the story you edited and really appreciate you taking the reference out.