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For almost two decades, Justine has worked as a television producer for ESPN, where she has covered major sporting events, including NBA, MLB and NFL playoffs, the Final Four, and the Olympics. She has produced stories, shows, and news coverage for a variety of programs, including "Outside the Lines," "SportsCenter," and "College GameDay." During her time at ESPN, she has covered a wide range of off-the-field issues including performance enhancing drug use, domestic violence, and homophobia in sports. She has worked on stories in Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and South America, investigating topics that range from labor violations in Cambodian apparel factories to Lance Armstrong's drug use in the Tour de France. In 2011, she was honored with a Women in Cable Television (WICT) Signature Accolade award for Herstory: Ten Times Over, a documentary about basketball camps for girls in Nigeria. This project also received a NAMIC (National Association of Multi-Ethnicity in Communications) Vision award. In that same year, she also won a Hoover Media Fellowship from Stanford's Hoover Institute. Before ESPN, Justine worked for Court TV and ABC News. A graduate of Wesleyan University, Justine is a native New Yorker now living in San Francisco.

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In a compelling narrative that blends deep reporting with memoir and humor, Fanaticus examines why sports fan get unruly and often act out in unspeakable ways, dispelling myths, digging up surprising truths and explaining a lot not just about sports but about human nature itself.

In a compelling narrative that blends deep reporting with memoir and humor, Fanaticus examines why sports fan get unruly and often act out in unspeakable ways, dispelling myths, digging up surprisi

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