Inside Bleacher Report’s Time Square Office

The sports media gamechanger, Bleacher Report’s, new offices look more like an artsy rec center than a traditional media company’s office. There’s a basketball court where employees play knockout and hold meetings and an open kitchen with pizza boxes spread out for employees. Pop culture and athletics collide with vibrant portraits, murals and posters throughout the office. There’s even a rotating art gallery in Bleacher Report’s center space.


All this was done with intent. Bleacher Report president and USF alumnus Rory Brown, said, “I want the office to reflect exactly what we say we are as a brand: as really leading this sports-culture conversation. So lets get creative when it comes to art.”


He continued, “It’s kind of fun to be talking to a group and then seeing a lot of the people be turning their phones and Instagramming all the art and everything around you.


Album artwork re-designed by Portuguese artist, pvtso (IG: @pvtso), featured in one of Bleacher Report’s meeting rooms.


Bleacher Report’s rotating gallery. This quarter’s artist is Timothy McAuliffe (IG: @thegoldvan).


The first-floor level of office space in Bleacher Report’s New York City office.

All photos taken by Ali DeFazio/ Foghorn


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