Bleacher Report (often abbreviated as B/R) a San Francisco-based sports news website owned by the Turner Sports unit of Time Warner. The website focuses on trending topics in sports, with an emphasis on delivering opinion-oriented analysis and multimedia programming via varied content formats and mobile technologies. Bleacher Report was acquired by the Turner Broadcasting System in August 2012 for $170 million. Bleacher Report was founded in 2007 by David Finocchio, Alexander Freund, Bryan Goldberg, and David Nemetz — four friends and sports fans who had been high school classmates at Menlo School in Atherton, California.
Highest paying job titles at Bleacher Report include Senior Product Manager, Android Software Engineer, and Quality Assurance Tester