“Jemele is the epitome of what a black journalist should be,” said Marlon A. Walker, NABJ’s vice president.


Jemele Hill is leaving her post at ESPN’s SportsCenter and headed to be the Chief Correspondent and Senior Columnist for The Undefeated — the ESPN vertical dedicated to race, culture, and sport. She will do occasional pieces for E:60 and will provide commentary for programs including SportsCenter, Outside the Lines, Around the Horn, Highly Questionable, Pardon the […]

ESPN's Jemele Hill and Michael Smith were joined by the show's original cast members Dawnn Lewis, Sinbad, Darryl M. Bell and Glynn Turman.

The day after Super Bowl LI, on February 6, 2017, Michael Smith and Jemele Hill, current hosts of His & Hers, will be the new hosts of the 6 p.m. SportsCenter hour.


Jemelle Hill is the co-host of ESPN2’s Numbers Never Lie No offense to the Cleveland Cavaliers, who lured the best player in the world home, but…

*2013 has come and gone and honors have been given, but if Jemele Hill had her way she would make the N-word her “Sports Person of the Year” for the year that was. “My sports person of the year wouldn’t be a person at all but a word that is both reviled and revered,” said Hill.” In […]

It seems like a troubling trend: Racists targeting black women in the media. The recent hate-filled note written to Jemele Hill began this way: “Hell,…