• Sean McManus

    Chairman, CBS Sports

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  • David Berson

    President, CBS Sports

    David Berson was named President, CBS Sports, in June 2013.  He joined CBS Sports in January 2011 as Executive Vice President, CBS Sports, and President, CBS Sports Network after 16 years at ESPN, where he began his career as an intern during college and later worked in various capacities in programming, affiliate sales and marketing and business development. 

    Berson helps oversee all aspects of CBS Sports’ day-to-day management across broadcast, cable and digital. Along with CBS Sports Chairman Sean McManus, he manages the relationships with all of CBS Sports’ partners, including the NFL, the Masters, PGA TOUR, PGA of America, NCAA, UEFA, Southeastern Conference and Big Ten Conference. 

    Berson was an integral part of the Network’s NFL rights negotiations. In December 2011, CBS Sports re-negotiated a nine-year deal to retain its NFL broadcast rights through the 2022 season. In March 2021, Paramount and the NFL reached an 11-year multi-platform rights agreement that extends CBS’ longstanding relationship with the NFL through the 2033 season. And in February 2014, CBS Sports secured the rights to the league’s new Thursday Night Football package for the 2014 season and subsequently launch the broadcast package in partnership with NFL Network. CBS Sports broadcast Thursday Night Football through the 2017 season, establishing Thursday nights as an NFL destination. In 2016, Berson was instrumental in the year-long Corporation-wide coverage of Super Bowl 50 featuring shows from nine CBS divisions with week-long, around-the-clock coverage from San Francisco and the Bay Area across multiple platforms including broadcast, cable and premium television, radio and digital leading up to exclusive game coverage of Super Bowl 50. On February 7, 2016, CBS Sports’ broadcast of Super Bowl 50 between Denver and Carolina was watched in all-or-part by a record 167 million viewers, making it the most-watched single broadcast in television history at the time.

    During Berson’s tenure at CBS Sports, the division has successfully extended right agreements with several of its partners, including the PGA of America for the PGA Championship through 2030 and PGA TOUR through 2030 – his second time extending with the PGA TOUR while at CBS Sports. In April 2016, in partnership with Turner Broadcasting, CBS negotiated with the NCAA an eight-year extension of its multimedia rights agreement for the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship through 2032. Additionally, rights extensions have been reached for the Army-Navy game through 2028; Big Ten Basketball through the 2022-23 season; along with the acquisition of broadcast rights for men’s college basketball games from the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC), Big 12 and Pac-12 Conferences through an agreement with ESPN. Berson also was instrumental in making CBS Sports the home of the UEFA Champions League beginning in 2020, the most prestigious club soccer tournament in the world.

    Berson has overseen numerous high-profile CBS Sports on-air talent acquisitions including most recently, Tony Romo, Brad Nessler, Nate Burleson, Charles Davis, Dottie Pepper and Jim Rome, and actively helps manage talent deals and relationships. 

    In February 2018, CBS launched CBS SPORTS HQ, a 24-hour streaming sports news digital network in collaboration between CBS Sports and CBS Interactive that allows sports fans to watch live, full-day, anchored coverage of the day’s top sports storylines. Under Berson’s leadership, CBS Sports has more closely aligned and integrated all of its assets including the broadcast network, CBS Sports Network, CBSSports.com and SHOWTIME Sports. 

    Berson also continues to lead CBS Sports Network, the Company’s fast-growing cable sports channel. Since joining CBS Sports, he has significantly grown CBS Sports Network across all fronts leading to record business results. Berson spearheaded CBS Sports Network’s rebrand (previously CBS College Sports Network) in February 2011 and significantly bolstered the Network’s programming, more than tripling the number of live hours, adding hundreds of live events and launching numerous shows, including: NFL MONDAY QB, the first NFL programming to be featured on the Network; THAT OTHER PREGAME SHOW (TOPS), a four-hour Sunday morning football pre-game show; as well as the news and commentary daily shows TIME TO SCHEIN, BOOMER & GIO, THE JIM ROME SHOW, TIKI and TIERNEY, and the critically-acclaimed first-ever, nationally-televised, all-female primetime sports show, WE NEED TO TALK.   CBS Sports Network earned its first-ever Emmy Award in 2012. 

    Berson also added new programming for CBS Sports Network around CBS Sports’ major events including the Super Bowl, the NCAA Final Four, Masters and PGA Championship.  In addition, he oversaw numerous CBS Sports Network acquisitions of long-term rights including BIG EAST basketball, American Athletic Conference football and basketball, Conference USA football and men’s basketball and Mountain West Conference football and basketball. Under Berson’s leadership, CBS Sports became the new exclusive television home of Professional Bull Riders (PBR) with a combined 100 hours of programming annually on CBS and CBS Sports Network. 

    Prior to joining CBS Sports, Berson co-ran ESPN's programming department and was responsible for programming strategy, scheduling, development and driving audience consumption for all of ESPN's domestic television networks and digital video media platforms. Berson led the programming group through a dynamic period at ESPN and ABC, including the launch of numerous additional networks and multimedia products.  Since 2001 when he took over responsibility for programming scheduling and strategy, ESPN networks set record audience levels each year and, in an era of rapid media industry change and proliferation of consumer entertainment options, ESPN ratings grew 34 percent.

    The Sports Business Journal ranked McManus and Berson No. 6 on their list of the 50 Most Influential People in Sports Business in December of 2019. In January 2006, The Sporting News listed Berson, then 33, on its annual list of "Young & Powerful."  In 2007, 2008 and 2009, he was selected as a SportsBusiness Journal "Forty Under 40" recipient and named as a "Forty Under 40 Hall of Famer."  In 2007 and 2008, he was listed on BusinessWeek's "The Power 100" ranking of the 100 most powerful people in sports. Berson is a seven-time Emmy Award-winner.

    Berson is a member of the March of Dimes Sports Luncheon committee.

    He is a graduate of the University of Michigan, and serves on the University’s Sports Management Advisory Board.

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    David Berson was named President, CBS Sports, in June 2013.  He joined CBS Sports in January 2011 as Executive Vice President, CBS Sports, and President, CBS Sports Network after 16 years at ESPN, where he began his career as an intern during college and later worked in various capacities in programming, affiliate sales and marketing and business development. 

    Berson helps oversee all aspects of CBS Sports’ day-to-day management across broadcast, cable and digital. Along with CBS Sports Chairman Sean McManus, he manages the relationships with all of CBS Sports’ partners, including the NFL, the Masters, PGA TOUR, PGA of America, NCAA, UEFA, Southeastern Conference and Big Ten Conference. 

    Berson was an integral part of the Network’s NFL rights negotiations. In December 2011, CBS Sports re-negotiated a nine-year deal to retain its NFL broadcast rights through the 2022 season. In March 2021, Paramount and the NFL reached an 11-year multi-platform rights agreement that extends CBS’ longstanding relationship with the NFL through the 2033 season. And in February 2014, CBS Sports secured the rights to the league’s new Thursday Night Football package for the 2014 season and subsequently launch the broadcast package in partnership with NFL Network. CBS Sports broadcast Thursday Night Football through the 2017 season, establishing Thursday nights as an NFL destination. In 2016, Berson was instrumental in the year-long Corporation-wide coverage of Super Bowl 50 featuring shows from nine CBS divisions with week-long, around-the-clock coverage from San Francisco and the Bay Area across multiple platforms including broadcast, cable and premium television, radio and digital leading up to exclusive game coverage of Super Bowl 50. On February 7, 2016, CBS Sports’ broadcast of Super Bowl 50 between Denver and Carolina was watched in all-or-part by a record 167 million viewers, making it the most-watched single broadcast in television history at the time.

    During Berson’s tenure at CBS Sports, the division has successfully extended right agreements with several of its partners, including the PGA of America for the PGA Championship through 2030 and PGA TOUR through 2030 – his second time extending with the PGA TOUR while at CBS Sports. In April 2016, in partnership with Turner Broadcasting, CBS negotiated with the NCAA an eight-year extension of its multimedia rights agreement for the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship through 2032. Additionally, rights extensions have been reached for the Army-Navy game through 2028; Big Ten Basketball through the 2022-23 season; along with the acquisition of broadcast rights for men’s college basketball games from the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC), Big 12 and Pac-12 Conferences through an agreement with ESPN. Berson also was instrumental in making CBS Sports the home of the UEFA Champions League beginning in 2020, the most prestigious club soccer tournament in the world.

    Berson has overseen numerous high-profile CBS Sports on-air talent acquisitions including most recently, Tony Romo, Brad Nessler, Nate Burleson, Charles Davis, Dottie Pepper and Jim Rome, and actively helps manage talent deals and relationships. 

    In February 2018, CBS launched CBS SPORTS HQ, a 24-hour streaming sports news digital network in collaboration between CBS Sports and CBS Interactive that allows sports fans to watch live, full-day, anchored coverage of the day’s top sports storylines. Under Berson’s leadership, CBS Sports has more closely aligned and integrated all of its assets including the broadcast network, CBS Sports Network, CBSSports.com and SHOWTIME Sports. 

    Berson also continues to lead CBS Sports Network, the Company’s fast-growing cable sports channel. Since joining CBS Sports, he has significantly grown CBS Sports Network across all fronts leading to record business results. Berson spearheaded CBS Sports Network’s rebrand (previously CBS College Sports Network) in February 2011 and significantly bolstered the Network’s programming, more than tripling the number of live hours, adding hundreds of live events and launching numerous shows, including: NFL MONDAY QB, the first NFL programming to be featured on the Network; THAT OTHER PREGAME SHOW (TOPS), a four-hour Sunday morning football pre-game show; as well as the news and commentary daily shows TIME TO SCHEIN, BOOMER & GIO, THE JIM ROME SHOW, TIKI and TIERNEY, and the critically-acclaimed first-ever, nationally-televised, all-female primetime sports show, WE NEED TO TALK.   CBS Sports Network earned its first-ever Emmy Award in 2012. 

    Berson also added new programming for CBS Sports Network around CBS Sports’ major events including the Super Bowl, the NCAA Final Four, Masters and PGA Championship.  In addition, he oversaw numerous CBS Sports Network acquisitions of long-term rights including BIG EAST basketball, American Athletic Conference football and basketball, Conference USA football and men’s basketball and Mountain West Conference football and basketball. Under Berson’s leadership, CBS Sports became the new exclusive television home of Professional Bull Riders (PBR) with a combined 100 hours of programming annually on CBS and CBS Sports Network. 

    Prior to joining CBS Sports, Berson co-ran ESPN's programming department and was responsible for programming strategy, scheduling, development and driving audience consumption for all of ESPN's domestic television networks and digital video media platforms. Berson led the programming group through a dynamic period at ESPN and ABC, including the launch of numerous additional networks and multimedia products.  Since 2001 when he took over responsibility for programming scheduling and strategy, ESPN networks set record audience levels each year and, in an era of rapid media industry change and proliferation of consumer entertainment options, ESPN ratings grew 34 percent.

    The Sports Business Journal ranked McManus and Berson No. 6 on their list of the 50 Most Influential People in Sports Business in December of 2019. In January 2006, The Sporting News listed Berson, then 33, on its annual list of "Young & Powerful."  In 2007, 2008 and 2009, he was selected as a SportsBusiness Journal "Forty Under 40" recipient and named as a "Forty Under 40 Hall of Famer."  In 2007 and 2008, he was listed on BusinessWeek's "The Power 100" ranking of the 100 most powerful people in sports. Berson is a seven-time Emmy Award-winner.

    Berson is a member of the March of Dimes Sports Luncheon committee.

    He is a graduate of the University of Michigan, and serves on the University’s Sports Management Advisory Board.

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  • Harold Bryant

    Executive Producer and Executive Vice President, Production, CBS Sports

    Harold Bryant was named Executive Producer & Executive Vice President in November 2020 after having been Executive Producer & Senior Vice President, Production since June 2014. Before that he served as Executive Producer & Vice President, Production since August 2011-14. And he was Vice President, Production since June 2008-11. Bryant oversees all creative aspects of production and editorial content for all sports programming at CBS Sports and CBS Sports Network, including Super Bowl LV, Super Bowl LIII, Super Bowl 50, the most-watched single broadcast in television history on an all-or-part basis; Super Bowl XLIV in 2010, the most-watched program in television history at the time, and Super Bowl XLVII. Bryant also oversees production for the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship, the Masters, PGA Championship and PGA TOUR golf, as well as the Emmy Award-winning show INSIDE THE NFL, now on Paramount+.

     

    Bryant, a 31-time Emmy Award-winner, joined CBS Sports as a Feature Producer/Associate Producer in June 1997. He was promoted to coordinating producer in March 1999 where his responsibilities included overseeing production elements involving THE NFL ON CBS, including Super Bowls XXXV, XXXVIII and XLI, NCAA college basketball, including the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship, college football, PGA TOUR golf, including the Masters® and PGA Championship, the U.S. Open Tennis Championships, as well as all additional programming, including CBS SPORTS SPECTACULAR.

     

    In addition to his duties at CBS Sports, Bryant works closely with production efforts at Showtime, CBSSports.com and CBS Sports HQ.

     

    Prior to joining CBS Sports, Bryant served as a producer for WBIS-TV producing halftime and post-game shows for New York Knicks, New York Rangers and New Jersey Devils games, as well as sports features and updates for the network’s business shows. He worked three years as a feature producer producing over 100 features for Atlanta Olympic Broadcasting, the host broadcaster for the 1996 Olympic Summer Games (1994-96). From 1991-94, Bryant served as a production assistant at NBC Sports where he worked three seasons of NFL and NBA, as well as the 1992 Olympic Summer Games in Barcelona, Spain. While at NBC Sports, he also worked on events including world figure skating championships in Prague, the French Open and Notre Dame football.

     

    Bryant began his career in 1987 working for WWOR-TV as a news and sports production assistant for all New York Mets home games. In 1990 he served as a line producer for the start up sports network, Sports News Network.

     

    Bryant graduated from Rutgers University in 1988 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theatre Arts and a concentration in television.

     

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    Harold Bryant was named Executive Producer & Executive Vice President in November 2020 after having been Executive Producer & Senior Vice President, Production since June 2014. Before that he served as Executive Producer & Vice President, Production since August 2011-14. And he was Vice President, Production since June 2008-11. Bryant oversees all creative aspects of production and editorial content for all sports programming at CBS Sports and CBS Sports Network, including Super Bowl LV, Super Bowl LIII, Super Bowl 50, the most-watched single broadcast in television history on an all-or-part basis; Super Bowl XLIV in 2010, the most-watched program in television history at the time, and Super Bowl XLVII. Bryant also oversees production for the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship, the Masters, PGA Championship and PGA TOUR golf, as well as the Emmy Award-winning show INSIDE THE NFL, now on Paramount+.

     

    Bryant, a 31-time Emmy Award-winner, joined CBS Sports as a Feature Producer/Associate Producer in June 1997. He was promoted to coordinating producer in March 1999 where his responsibilities included overseeing production elements involving THE NFL ON CBS, including Super Bowls XXXV, XXXVIII and XLI, NCAA college basketball, including the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship, college football, PGA TOUR golf, including the Masters® and PGA Championship, the U.S. Open Tennis Championships, as well as all additional programming, including CBS SPORTS SPECTACULAR.

     

    In addition to his duties at CBS Sports, Bryant works closely with production efforts at Showtime, CBSSports.com and CBS Sports HQ.

     

    Prior to joining CBS Sports, Bryant served as a producer for WBIS-TV producing halftime and post-game shows for New York Knicks, New York Rangers and New Jersey Devils games, as well as sports features and updates for the network’s business shows. He worked three years as a feature producer producing over 100 features for Atlanta Olympic Broadcasting, the host broadcaster for the 1996 Olympic Summer Games (1994-96). From 1991-94, Bryant served as a production assistant at NBC Sports where he worked three seasons of NFL and NBA, as well as the 1992 Olympic Summer Games in Barcelona, Spain. While at NBC Sports, he also worked on events including world figure skating championships in Prague, the French Open and Notre Dame football.

     

    Bryant began his career in 1987 working for WWOR-TV as a news and sports production assistant for all New York Mets home games. In 1990 he served as a line producer for the start up sports network, Sports News Network.

     

    Bryant graduated from Rutgers University in 1988 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theatre Arts and a concentration in television.

     

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  • Kelly Dunne

    Executive Vice President, CBS Sports Marketing

    Kelly Dunne was named Executive Vice President, CBS Sports Marketing in April 2015 after having served as Senior Vice President, CBS Sports Marketing since 2012. She was previously Senior Vice President, Marketing and Creative Services, CBS Sports Network. Dunne has been with CBS Sports Network since its inception, joining the Network as Vice President, Creative Services in August 2002.  

    Dunne has over 20 years of experience in sports marketing and creative services.  She was responsible for creating the CSTV brand and identity and oversaw several re-brands – to CBS College Sports Network in 2008 and CBS Sports Network in 2011, both on and off-air. She served as executive producer on multiple brand campaigns and was responsible for strategy, creative and execution of ad sales and affiliate marketing.  Dunne also oversaw the network’s website and all online, print and social marketing. 

    Dunne currently oversees all marketing for CBS Sports across multiple platforms, including branding and on-air promotions.  She will continue to oversee CBS Sports Network’s on-air graphic look, interactive design and development and creative services, including the Network’s internal team of designers, producers, writers, web developers and creative talent.

    Prior to joining CBS Sports Network, Dunne served as Managing Director/Executive Producer at the Diecks Group, a broadcast design and marketing company.  There, she executive produced multiple campaigns and was the main liaison on all accounts, including Disney, Lifetime, Fox Networks, NFL and The Martin Agency. She was also responsible for day-to-day management of the company.

    Prior to the Diecks Group, Dunne worked in various capacities at ESPN marketing for ten years.  She worked across the affiliate marketing, ad sales marketing, special events marketing, creative services and on-air promos departments, and assisted in marketing campaigns and strategy for the launches of ESPN2, ESPNews and ESPN.com. In addition, she worked regularly with ESPN’s external creative and media agencies and was responsible for on –air promos, sales and support videos, and marketing materials.                                                 

    Dunne graduated from LeMoyne College (B.S. in business administration) and has two children, Jake and Lucy.

    Kelly Dunne was named Executive Vice President, CBS Sports Marketing in April 2015 after having served as Senior Vice President, CBS Sports Marketing since 2012. She was previously Senior Vice President, Marketing and Creative Services, CBS Sports Network. Dunne has been with CBS Sports Network since its inception, joining the Network as Vice President, Creative Services in August 2002.  

    Dunne has over 20 years of experience in sports marketing and creative services.  She was responsible for creating the CSTV brand and identity and oversaw several re-brands – to CBS College Sports Network in 2008 and CBS Sports Network in 2011, both on and off-air. She served as executive producer on multiple brand campaigns and was responsible for strategy, creative and execution of ad sales and affiliate marketing.  Dunne also oversaw the network’s website and all online, print and social marketing. 

    Dunne currently oversees all marketing for CBS Sports across multiple platforms, including branding and on-air promotions.  She will continue to oversee CBS Sports Network’s on-air graphic look, interactive design and development and creative services, including the Network’s internal team of designers, producers, writers, web developers and creative talent.

    Prior to joining CBS Sports Network, Dunne served as Managing Director/Executive Producer at the Diecks Group, a broadcast design and marketing company.  There, she executive produced multiple campaigns and was the main liaison on all accounts, including Disney, Lifetime, Fox Networks, NFL and The Martin Agency. She was also responsible for day-to-day management of the company.

    Prior to the Diecks Group, Dunne worked in various capacities at ESPN marketing for ten years.  She worked across the affiliate marketing, ad sales marketing, special events marketing, creative services and on-air promos departments, and assisted in marketing campaigns and strategy for the launches of ESPN2, ESPNews and ESPN.com. In addition, she worked regularly with ESPN’s external creative and media agencies and was responsible for on –air promos, sales and support videos, and marketing materials.                                                 

    Dunne graduated from LeMoyne College (B.S. in business administration) and has two children, Jake and Lucy.

  • Patty Power

    Executive Vice President, Operations and Engineering

    Patty Power was named Executive Vice President, Operations and Engineering in April 2016. Prior to that, she served as Senior Vice President of Operations and Administration for CBS Sports Network, the first 24-hour college sports network.

     

    Power is responsible for the day-to-day management of Operations and Engineering including production management, technical management, network operations, commercial operations, post production and media services for all CBS Sports and CBS Sports Network’s broadcast and cable properties. She also is responsible for the technical production of over 350 remotes including Super Bowl LV and Super Bowl LIII, the AFC Championship Game, NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship and Final Four, the Masters, PGA Championship and college football’s SEC Championship, hundreds of hours of studio and original programming annually on CBS Sports Network, as well as overseeing and facilitating all major operations-related deals.  

     

    Power, an industry veteran and executive with wide-ranging knowledge of sports television start-ups, has extensive experience in operations, production planning and administration, and has been integral to CBS Sports Network’s growth and success since its inception.  She helped launch the independent Network (then CSTV), which debuted in April 2003 and was acquired by CBS in January 2006. Power helped establish and launch the network’s VOD product.  Under her direction, CBS Sports Network has grown into a multi-media leader in the industry, which is available to over 95 million households.  

     

    Power is responsible for the distribution and quality control of CBS Sports Network’s signal, including affiliate authorization, compliance, NOC and commercial operations.  Under her direction, CBS Sports Network built out a 20,000 square foot production facility at Chelsea Piers in New York City that included studio and post-production facilities, and a state-of-the-art digital archive management system.  In addition, she helped spearhead the CBS Sports Network’s upgrade to High Definition production programming and distribution.

     

    A four-time Emmy Award-winner, Power came to CBS Sports Network from Major League Baseball Productions, where she was Vice President of Operations.  In that role, she managed the day-to-day operations of the production unit,  served as the operations liaison with all 30 MLB teams, managed the footage and licensing department and oversaw the build out of MLB Production’s 25,000 square-foot, multi-level production facility in Chelsea Market in New York City.

     

    Prior to that, Power was Vice President, Operations for Classic Sports Network (ESPN Classic).  As the first employee hired in the Operations department, she was responsible for building the Operations and Engineering department that launched Classic Sports Network.  Power also worked at Showtime Networks as a Production Manager in Operations and at NBC Sports.  In addition, she served as a Production Manager for a variety of major events including the XXVI Olympic Summer Games in Atlanta, Ga., the Three Tenors in Concert in Los Angeles, Calif. and Pavarotti in the Park, in Central Park in New York City.

     

    Power is an Executive Board Member of Sports Video Group and is a member of the National Association of Professional Women. She graduated from Farmingdale State College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Management. Power currently resides in New York City with her husband and son.

     

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    Patty Power was named Executive Vice President, Operations and Engineering in April 2016. Prior to that, she served as Senior Vice President of Operations and Administration for CBS Sports Network, the first 24-hour college sports network.

     

    Power is responsible for the day-to-day management of Operations and Engineering including production management, technical management, network operations, commercial operations, post production and media services for all CBS Sports and CBS Sports Network’s broadcast and cable properties. She also is responsible for the technical production of over 350 remotes including Super Bowl LV and Super Bowl LIII, the AFC Championship Game, NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship and Final Four, the Masters, PGA Championship and college football’s SEC Championship, hundreds of hours of studio and original programming annually on CBS Sports Network, as well as overseeing and facilitating all major operations-related deals.  

     

    Power, an industry veteran and executive with wide-ranging knowledge of sports television start-ups, has extensive experience in operations, production planning and administration, and has been integral to CBS Sports Network’s growth and success since its inception.  She helped launch the independent Network (then CSTV), which debuted in April 2003 and was acquired by CBS in January 2006. Power helped establish and launch the network’s VOD product.  Under her direction, CBS Sports Network has grown into a multi-media leader in the industry, which is available to over 95 million households.  

     

    Power is responsible for the distribution and quality control of CBS Sports Network’s signal, including affiliate authorization, compliance, NOC and commercial operations.  Under her direction, CBS Sports Network built out a 20,000 square foot production facility at Chelsea Piers in New York City that included studio and post-production facilities, and a state-of-the-art digital archive management system.  In addition, she helped spearhead the CBS Sports Network’s upgrade to High Definition production programming and distribution.

     

    A four-time Emmy Award-winner, Power came to CBS Sports Network from Major League Baseball Productions, where she was Vice President of Operations.  In that role, she managed the day-to-day operations of the production unit,  served as the operations liaison with all 30 MLB teams, managed the footage and licensing department and oversaw the build out of MLB Production’s 25,000 square-foot, multi-level production facility in Chelsea Market in New York City.

     

    Prior to that, Power was Vice President, Operations for Classic Sports Network (ESPN Classic).  As the first employee hired in the Operations department, she was responsible for building the Operations and Engineering department that launched Classic Sports Network.  Power also worked at Showtime Networks as a Production Manager in Operations and at NBC Sports.  In addition, she served as a Production Manager for a variety of major events including the XXVI Olympic Summer Games in Atlanta, Ga., the Three Tenors in Concert in Los Angeles, Calif. and Pavarotti in the Park, in Central Park in New York City.

     

    Power is an Executive Board Member of Sports Video Group and is a member of the National Association of Professional Women. She graduated from Farmingdale State College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Management. Power currently resides in New York City with her husband and son.

     

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  • Jen Sabatelle

    Executive Vice President, Communications, CBS Sports

     

    Jennifer Sabatelle was named Executive Vice President, Communications, CBS Sports, in January 2021. She previously served as Senior Vice President, Communications since 2013 and Vice President, Communications since 2010. Sabatelle oversees all communications functions for CBS Sports. In her position, she supervises the overall media relations efforts and strategy at CBS Sports and the CBS cable property CBS Sports Network, including corporate communications, social media and the promotion of all CBS Sports’ personalities and programming.

     

    In February 2019, Sabatelle oversaw the year-long promotion of Super Bowl LIII featuring shows across the CBS Corporation on multiple platforms including broadcast, cable and premium television and digital leading up to exclusive game coverage of Super Bowl LIII. In 2016, Sabatelle also oversaw the year-long promotion of the landmark Super Bowl 50 featuring shows from nine CBS divisions with week-long, around-the-clock coverage from San Francisco and the Bay Area. She also led the promotion of a comprehensive redesign of CBS Sports’ iconic logo that implemented a new on-air graphics look for CBS Sports and CBS Sports Network which debuted as part of the Network’s Super Bowl Week programming and Super Bowl 50. In addition, when CBS acquired the rights to the NFL’s new THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL package in 2014, Sabatelle planned and oversaw the execution of the corporation-wide extensive media plan for the primetime property.

     

    Under Sabatelle’s guidance, CBS Sports and Turner Sports collaborated in 2011 on the most extensive and unprecedented media strategy for the new landmark 14-year partnership to broadcast the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship until 2024. Sabatelle directed the multimedia partnership with CBS Sports, Turner Sports and the NCAA to address the wide-ranging issues surrounding the introduction of the brand new model for the way the NCAA Tournament was presented on television with every game seen in its entirety on four channels across two networks.

     

    Additionally, in her role, Sabatelle oversaw and implemented the announcement and strategy of multi-year deals between CBS Sports and the PGA TOUR in 2020 keeping the network as the dominant broadcast partner, and CBS Sports and the PGA of America in 2018, keeping the PGA Championship on CBS until 2030.

     

    Sabatelle helped institute all social media for CBS Sports and CBS Sports Network, working closely with CBS Interactive and executives, talent and production on education, promotion, branding and breaking news on all properties. In addition, she works closely with all the communication divisions within the CBS Corporation including CBS Entertainment, CBS News and CBS Radio to cross promote and unify press and breaking news.

     

    Sabatelle planned and coordinated the media strategy for the rebranding of CSTV to CBS College Sports Network in 2008 and of CBS College to CBS Sports Network in 2011. Both successful rebranding efforts resulted in significant coverage that has contributed to the Network growth across all fronts.

     

    In 2019, Sabatelle was named one of the Cynopsis Top Women in Sports for “Sports Centric Brands,” honoring an executive who has demonstrated an innovative approach to connecting with and engaging the sports audience.

     

    Prior to serving as Vice President of communication, Sabatelle was Director, Communications, CBS Sports, since 2007. In that role, she was responsible for CBS Sports’ college-related properties, including the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship, the SEC ON CBS and regular-season basketball. In addition she oversaw the publicity efforts for CBS College Sports Network. Sabatelle also worked closely with Showtime Sports on promotion for the CBS Sports-produced INSIDE THE NFL.

     

    Sabatelle served as the liaison between CBS Sports and CBS’s affiliated television stations. In addition, she contributed to the publicity efforts for the Network’s coverage of the NFL, PGA TOUR, including the Masters, the PGA Championship, the CBS SPORTS SPECTACULARS and other ancillary programming. Sabatelle was promoted to Manager, Communications, in October 2006 after joining the CBS Sports Communications Department in May 2002, as Senior Press Representative, working on promotion of the personalities and programming related to NCAA basketball, SEC football and the U.S. Open Tennis Championships.

     

    She joined CBS Sports in May 2000 as Coordinator of Programming and Marketing. In her role she was responsible for coordinating more than 600 hours of sports programming per year. In addition, she coordinated schedules and affiliate regionalization for the NFL and NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship and implemented NFL broadcast policies for the CBS Television Network. She also managed web inventory for NFL, NCAA, and AOL on CBS.com and CBSSportsline.com.

     

    Sabatelle joined CBS Sports, from the NFL where she was a Broadcast Assistant serving as a liaison between the League and its member clubs. In addition, she assisted in the construction of the NFL schedule and managed the NFL Instant Replay Communicators and Technicians. She began her career at Grey Advertising in Public Relations. A graduate of Ithaca College (B.A., Television-Radio), Sabatelle resides in New York City.

     

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    Jennifer Sabatelle was named Executive Vice President, Communications, CBS Sports, in January 2021. She previously served as Senior Vice President, Communications since 2013 and Vice President, Communications since 2010. Sabatelle oversees all communications functions for CBS Sports. In her position, she supervises the overall media relations efforts and strategy at CBS Sports and the CBS cable property CBS Sports Network, including corporate communications, social media and the promotion of all CBS Sports’ personalities and programming.

     

    In February 2019, Sabatelle oversaw the year-long promotion of Super Bowl LIII featuring shows across the CBS Corporation on multiple platforms including broadcast, cable and premium television and digital leading up to exclusive game coverage of Super Bowl LIII. In 2016, Sabatelle also oversaw the year-long promotion of the landmark Super Bowl 50 featuring shows from nine CBS divisions with week-long, around-the-clock coverage from San Francisco and the Bay Area. She also led the promotion of a comprehensive redesign of CBS Sports’ iconic logo that implemented a new on-air graphics look for CBS Sports and CBS Sports Network which debuted as part of the Network’s Super Bowl Week programming and Super Bowl 50. In addition, when CBS acquired the rights to the NFL’s new THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL package in 2014, Sabatelle planned and oversaw the execution of the corporation-wide extensive media plan for the primetime property.

     

    Under Sabatelle’s guidance, CBS Sports and Turner Sports collaborated in 2011 on the most extensive and unprecedented media strategy for the new landmark 14-year partnership to broadcast the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship until 2024. Sabatelle directed the multimedia partnership with CBS Sports, Turner Sports and the NCAA to address the wide-ranging issues surrounding the introduction of the brand new model for the way the NCAA Tournament was presented on television with every game seen in its entirety on four channels across two networks.

     

    Additionally, in her role, Sabatelle oversaw and implemented the announcement and strategy of multi-year deals between CBS Sports and the PGA TOUR in 2020 keeping the network as the dominant broadcast partner, and CBS Sports and the PGA of America in 2018, keeping the PGA Championship on CBS until 2030.

     

    Sabatelle helped institute all social media for CBS Sports and CBS Sports Network, working closely with CBS Interactive and executives, talent and production on education, promotion, branding and breaking news on all properties. In addition, she works closely with all the communication divisions within the CBS Corporation including CBS Entertainment, CBS News and CBS Radio to cross promote and unify press and breaking news.

     

    Sabatelle planned and coordinated the media strategy for the rebranding of CSTV to CBS College Sports Network in 2008 and of CBS College to CBS Sports Network in 2011. Both successful rebranding efforts resulted in significant coverage that has contributed to the Network growth across all fronts.

     

    In 2019, Sabatelle was named one of the Cynopsis Top Women in Sports for “Sports Centric Brands,” honoring an executive who has demonstrated an innovative approach to connecting with and engaging the sports audience.

     

    Prior to serving as Vice President of communication, Sabatelle was Director, Communications, CBS Sports, since 2007. In that role, she was responsible for CBS Sports’ college-related properties, including the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship, the SEC ON CBS and regular-season basketball. In addition she oversaw the publicity efforts for CBS College Sports Network. Sabatelle also worked closely with Showtime Sports on promotion for the CBS Sports-produced INSIDE THE NFL.

     

    Sabatelle served as the liaison between CBS Sports and CBS’s affiliated television stations. In addition, she contributed to the publicity efforts for the Network’s coverage of the NFL, PGA TOUR, including the Masters, the PGA Championship, the CBS SPORTS SPECTACULARS and other ancillary programming. Sabatelle was promoted to Manager, Communications, in October 2006 after joining the CBS Sports Communications Department in May 2002, as Senior Press Representative, working on promotion of the personalities and programming related to NCAA basketball, SEC football and the U.S. Open Tennis Championships.

     

    She joined CBS Sports in May 2000 as Coordinator of Programming and Marketing. In her role she was responsible for coordinating more than 600 hours of sports programming per year. In addition, she coordinated schedules and affiliate regionalization for the NFL and NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship and implemented NFL broadcast policies for the CBS Television Network. She also managed web inventory for NFL, NCAA, and AOL on CBS.com and CBSSportsline.com.

     

    Sabatelle joined CBS Sports, from the NFL where she was a Broadcast Assistant serving as a liaison between the League and its member clubs. In addition, she assisted in the construction of the NFL schedule and managed the NFL Instant Replay Communicators and Technicians. She began her career at Grey Advertising in Public Relations. A graduate of Ithaca College (B.A., Television-Radio), Sabatelle resides in New York City.

     

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  • Dan Weinberg

    Executive Vice President, Programming

    Dan Weinberg joined CBS Sports in 2011 and currently serves as Executive Vice President, Programming, managing all programming for CBS Sports and CBS Sports Network.

     

    Weinberg is responsible for all programming acquisitions, strategy and scheduling across broadcast and cable, including all event and studio hours. In that capacity he manages the division’s relationships with various partners including the NFL, NCAA, Augusta National Golf Club, PGA TOUR, PGA of America, UEFA, SEC, Big Ten, Atlantic 10, American Athletic Conference, Big East, Mountain West, WNBA, NWSL, CONCACAF, Serie A, as well as Army and Navy, PBR, Big 3 and many more. He also works closely with Showtime Sports, CBSSports.com and Paramount+. 

     

    Before joining CBS Sports, Weinberg served as Vice President, Licensing, Major League Baseball, where he managed licensing for all hard goods, including trading cards, video games and novelties, oversaw corporate partnerships with approximately 200 authorized licensees in multiple product categories and managed contract negotiations.

     

    Prior to Major League Baseball, Weinberg spent four years at Six Flags, where he was Vice President of Entertainment, overseeing all entertainment and licensing for the parks. He created and managed live entertainment across the park system, negotiated third party vendor contracts for major show projects, partnered with Dick Clark Productions’ music archives to create films for the park theaters and coordinated the production of several original features for the Six Flags TV network. Weinberg also managed multi-million dollar licensing partnerships with entertainment brands such as Warner Brothers, DC Comics and MTV.

     

    Weinberg began his career as a production assistant at ESPN, working in various capacities during his 12 years at the company. He served as Executive Producer, ESPN Original Entertainment, where he created content to serve the company’s emerging media networks. And he was Coordinating Producer, ESPN Classic, where his responsibilities included overseeing more than 50 documentary-style programs.

     

    Weinberg is a graduate of Cornell University (B.S. in Communication) and lives in Westfield, N.J. with his wife and four children.

     

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    Dan Weinberg joined CBS Sports in 2011 and currently serves as Executive Vice President, Programming, managing all programming for CBS Sports and CBS Sports Network.

     

    Weinberg is responsible for all programming acquisitions, strategy and scheduling across broadcast and cable, including all event and studio hours. In that capacity he manages the division’s relationships with various partners including the NFL, NCAA, Augusta National Golf Club, PGA TOUR, PGA of America, UEFA, SEC, Big Ten, Atlantic 10, American Athletic Conference, Big East, Mountain West, WNBA, NWSL, CONCACAF, Serie A, as well as Army and Navy, PBR, Big 3 and many more. He also works closely with Showtime Sports, CBSSports.com and Paramount+. 

     

    Before joining CBS Sports, Weinberg served as Vice President, Licensing, Major League Baseball, where he managed licensing for all hard goods, including trading cards, video games and novelties, oversaw corporate partnerships with approximately 200 authorized licensees in multiple product categories and managed contract negotiations.

     

    Prior to Major League Baseball, Weinberg spent four years at Six Flags, where he was Vice President of Entertainment, overseeing all entertainment and licensing for the parks. He created and managed live entertainment across the park system, negotiated third party vendor contracts for major show projects, partnered with Dick Clark Productions’ music archives to create films for the park theaters and coordinated the production of several original features for the Six Flags TV network. Weinberg also managed multi-million dollar licensing partnerships with entertainment brands such as Warner Brothers, DC Comics and MTV.

     

    Weinberg began his career as a production assistant at ESPN, working in various capacities during his 12 years at the company. He served as Executive Producer, ESPN Original Entertainment, where he created content to serve the company’s emerging media networks. And he was Coordinating Producer, ESPN Classic, where his responsibilities included overseeing more than 50 documentary-style programs.

     

    Weinberg is a graduate of Cornell University (B.S. in Communication) and lives in Westfield, N.J. with his wife and four children.

     

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  • Steve Karasik

    Vice President, Remote Productions, CBS Sports

    Steve Karasik was named Vice President, Remote Production in June 2013 after serving as Senior Coordinating Producer of CBS Sports in 2012 and Coordinating Producer since 2008. Karasik oversees all remote event productions, including games for CBS Sports and CBS Sports Network. He also is responsible for overseeing content and quality control for all sports production elements involving THE NFL ON CBS, including Super Bowl LV, Super Bowl LIII, Super Bowl 50, Thursday Night Football (2014-17), the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship, College Football and the SEC ON CBS, PGA TOUR golf, the Masters and PGA Championship. He also produced and was co-creator of the Tony Romo Super Bowl LIII and Super Bowl LV show, “Tony Goes to the Super Bowl.”

     

    A 29-time Emmy Award-winner, Karasik joined CBS Sports in 1995 as a broadcast associate. He served as lead Broadcast Associate for THE NFL ON CBS, NCAA Basketball and Football as well as the U.S. Open Tennis Championships, for which he later also oversaw content and quality control. Karasik was promoted to Associate Director in 1999. He assumed a full-time role as associate director for CBS Golf coverage, including the Masters and PGA Championship, in 1999. Karasik served as associate director for THE NFL ON CBS from 1999-2006, and was the senior associate director for CBS Sports' coverage of Super Bowl XXXVIII and XLI.

     

    Karasik was promoted to producer in 2006. He has served as producer for CBS Sports' coverage of THE NFL ON CBS and the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship.

     

    Karasik served as co-producer of the Emmy Award-winning Showtime Sports documentary, “A Game of Honor,” which chronicled the lives of football players at Army and Navy during the 2011 season. In addition, he oversaw the Emmy Award-winning “A Game of Honor” web series on CBSSports.com. Karasik also served as Producer on the Showtime Sports documentary, “LT: The Life and Times” which chronicled the life of New York Giants Pro Football Hall of Famer Lawrence Taylor.

     

    During his tenure at CBS Sports, Karasik also has covered the Daytona 500, the U.S. Open Tennis Championships and the 1998 Olympic Winter Games in Nagano, Japan.

     

    Karasik graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a degree in Communications and Psychology. Born November 16, 1973, in Brooklyn, N.Y., Karasik lives in Rye Brook, NY with his wife, Ilyssa, and sons, Eli and Ben.

     

     

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    Steve Karasik was named Vice President, Remote Production in June 2013 after serving as Senior Coordinating Producer of CBS Sports in 2012 and Coordinating Producer since 2008. Karasik oversees all remote event productions, including games for CBS Sports and CBS Sports Network. He also is responsible for overseeing content and quality control for all sports production elements involving THE NFL ON CBS, including Super Bowl LV, Super Bowl LIII, Super Bowl 50, Thursday Night Football (2014-17), the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship, College Football and the SEC ON CBS, PGA TOUR golf, the Masters and PGA Championship. He also produced and was co-creator of the Tony Romo Super Bowl LIII and Super Bowl LV show, “Tony Goes to the Super Bowl.”

     

    A 29-time Emmy Award-winner, Karasik joined CBS Sports in 1995 as a broadcast associate. He served as lead Broadcast Associate for THE NFL ON CBS, NCAA Basketball and Football as well as the U.S. Open Tennis Championships, for which he later also oversaw content and quality control. Karasik was promoted to Associate Director in 1999. He assumed a full-time role as associate director for CBS Golf coverage, including the Masters and PGA Championship, in 1999. Karasik served as associate director for THE NFL ON CBS from 1999-2006, and was the senior associate director for CBS Sports' coverage of Super Bowl XXXVIII and XLI.

     

    Karasik was promoted to producer in 2006. He has served as producer for CBS Sports' coverage of THE NFL ON CBS and the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship.

     

    Karasik served as co-producer of the Emmy Award-winning Showtime Sports documentary, “A Game of Honor,” which chronicled the lives of football players at Army and Navy during the 2011 season. In addition, he oversaw the Emmy Award-winning “A Game of Honor” web series on CBSSports.com. Karasik also served as Producer on the Showtime Sports documentary, “LT: The Life and Times” which chronicled the life of New York Giants Pro Football Hall of Famer Lawrence Taylor.

     

    During his tenure at CBS Sports, Karasik also has covered the Daytona 500, the U.S. Open Tennis Championships and the 1998 Olympic Winter Games in Nagano, Japan.

     

    Karasik graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a degree in Communications and Psychology. Born November 16, 1973, in Brooklyn, N.Y., Karasik lives in Rye Brook, NY with his wife, Ilyssa, and sons, Eli and Ben.

     

     

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  • Ndidi Massay

    Vice President of Workplace Culture and Diversity Initiatives, CBS Sports

    In her role as Vice President of Workplace Culture and Diversity Initiatives for CBS Sports, Ndidi Massay drives the strategic planning, development, execution and measurement of CBS Sports’ initiatives for a more diverse and inclusive workplace. Among her responsibilities is developing and executing tailored strategies, programs and experiences that cultivate an inclusive culture and promote real transformation within CBS Sports. Massay also works with the ViacomCBS Office of Global Inclusion to align CBS Sports’ initiatives with corporate DEI efforts. 

    Massay joined CBS Sports after running her own consulting business where she provided diversity, equity and inclusion counsel, services and training to corporate entities, national governing bodies and collegiate athletic departments. She also served as the Commissioner of the New York State Athletic Commission (NYSAC) for five years, where she set and regulated policies that govern professional combat sports to ensure safe and fair play throughout the state. Before joining the NYSAC, Massay helped launch the Ross Initiative in Sports for Equality (RISE), a nonprofit that works to improve race relations throughout sports by promoting understanding, respect and equality. Prior to RISE, Massay was a Diversity and Inclusion consultant for the NFL where she advised senior management on diversity and inclusion trends, best practices and talent engagement strategies. 

    Massay spent time as a business affairs executive for ABC News and business operations executive for ESPN. Earlier in her career, she specialized in sports and entertainment law and diversity and inclusion matters as an attorney. 

    Currently a member of the USA Wrestling Diversity & Inclusion Committee and Big Ten Conference Equality Coalition, Massay has served on numerous boards, including the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) Sports Section, RISE and Beat the Streets New York. She is also a member of the Black Entertainment and Sports Lawyers Association and Women in Sports and Events (WISE).

    Ndidi received a Bachelor of Science degree from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, where she led the softball team to the NCAA World Series as a catcher. She was inducted into Northwestern’s Athletics Hall of Fame in 2009. She also received a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Notre Dame School of Law, where she served as an assistant softball coach. Ndidi is admitted to practice law in New York and California.

    Ndidi resides in Nyack, N.Y., a suburb of New York City, with her husband, Marc, and sons Miles and Mateo.

    In her role as Vice President of Workplace Culture and Diversity Initiatives for CBS Sports, Ndidi Massay drives the strategic planning, development, execution and measurement of CBS Sports’ initiatives for a more diverse and inclusive workplace. Among her responsibilities is developing and executing tailored strategies, programs and experiences that cultivate an inclusive culture and promote real transformation within CBS Sports. Massay also works with the ViacomCBS Office of Global Inclusion to align CBS Sports’ initiatives with corporate DEI efforts. 

    Massay joined CBS Sports after running her own consulting business where she provided diversity, equity and inclusion counsel, services and training to corporate entities, national governing bodies and collegiate athletic departments. She also served as the Commissioner of the New York State Athletic Commission (NYSAC) for five years, where she set and regulated policies that govern professional combat sports to ensure safe and fair play throughout the state. Before joining the NYSAC, Massay helped launch the Ross Initiative in Sports for Equality (RISE), a nonprofit that works to improve race relations throughout sports by promoting understanding, respect and equality. Prior to RISE, Massay was a Diversity and Inclusion consultant for the NFL where she advised senior management on diversity and inclusion trends, best practices and talent engagement strategies. 

    Massay spent time as a business affairs executive for ABC News and business operations executive for ESPN. Earlier in her career, she specialized in sports and entertainment law and diversity and inclusion matters as an attorney. 

    Currently a member of the USA Wrestling Diversity & Inclusion Committee and Big Ten Conference Equality Coalition, Massay has served on numerous boards, including the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) Sports Section, RISE and Beat the Streets New York. She is also a member of the Black Entertainment and Sports Lawyers Association and Women in Sports and Events (WISE).

    Ndidi received a Bachelor of Science degree from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, where she led the softball team to the NCAA World Series as a catcher. She was inducted into Northwestern’s Athletics Hall of Fame in 2009. She also received a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Notre Dame School of Law, where she served as an assistant softball coach. Ndidi is admitted to practice law in New York and California.

    Ndidi resides in Nyack, N.Y., a suburb of New York City, with her husband, Marc, and sons Miles and Mateo.

  • Ross Molloy

    Vice President, Talent, Production Planning and Technology Development

    Ross Molloy was named Vice President, Talent, Production Planning and Technology Development in October 2021 for CBS Sports and CBS Sports Network after serving as Vice President, Remote Production for CBS Sports Network from 2006-12 and as VP, Talent, Production and Development from 2013-2020.

    In his current role, Molloy oversees all CBS Sports and CBS Sports Network Talent, which includes recruitment, assignments, feedback and development.  He also is responsible for helping incubate, find, develop and deploy new and advanced technologies including Next Gen Stats & RomoVision on the NFL, various tracing & Augmented Reality Technology on golf & College Basketball, 4D Replay, Green Reader & Wind Technology, as well as virtual reality for all network and cable sports broadcasts. Molloy began in the CBS Sports family with CBS Sports Network’s (CSTV – College Sports Television) launch in 2003 where he served as a coordinating producer until 2006 producing college football, basketball, hockey, soccer, lacrosse, volleyball and water polo including several Division I, II and III national championships in these sports.  Prior to joining CBS, Molloy served as a producer, associate producer and broadcast associate at ABC Sports from 1994-2003 where he covered college football (including four National Championship games); auto racing (10 Indianapolis 500); golf (U.S. Open and British Open), horse racing’s Triple Crown, the Little League World Series and the Rose Parade. 

    An eight-time Emmy Award-winner, Molloy earned a degree from St. Lawrence University in 1998 where he was a four-year letterman and captain of the varsity tennis team in his junior and senior years and was nationally-ranked in the Top 30 in the country of Division III tennis.  He and his wife, Kimberly, along with their kids, Selby and Thomas, reside in Darien, Conn.     

    Ross Molloy was named Vice President, Talent, Production Planning and Technology Development in October 2021 for CBS Sports and CBS Sports Network after serving as Vice President, Remote Production for CBS Sports Network from 2006-12 and as VP, Talent, Production and Development from 2013-2020.

    In his current role, Molloy oversees all CBS Sports and CBS Sports Network Talent, which includes recruitment, assignments, feedback and development.  He also is responsible for helping incubate, find, develop and deploy new and advanced technologies including Next Gen Stats & RomoVision on the NFL, various tracing & Augmented Reality Technology on golf & College Basketball, 4D Replay, Green Reader & Wind Technology, as well as virtual reality for all network and cable sports broadcasts. Molloy began in the CBS Sports family with CBS Sports Network’s (CSTV – College Sports Television) launch in 2003 where he served as a coordinating producer until 2006 producing college football, basketball, hockey, soccer, lacrosse, volleyball and water polo including several Division I, II and III national championships in these sports.  Prior to joining CBS, Molloy served as a producer, associate producer and broadcast associate at ABC Sports from 1994-2003 where he covered college football (including four National Championship games); auto racing (10 Indianapolis 500); golf (U.S. Open and British Open), horse racing’s Triple Crown, the Little League World Series and the Rose Parade. 

    An eight-time Emmy Award-winner, Molloy earned a degree from St. Lawrence University in 1998 where he was a four-year letterman and captain of the varsity tennis team in his junior and senior years and was nationally-ranked in the Top 30 in the country of Division III tennis.  He and his wife, Kimberly, along with their kids, Selby and Thomas, reside in Darien, Conn.     

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