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Ken Mack

Ken Mack, a 34-year veteran of CBS Sports, serves as producer for the Network’s coverage of NFL, NCAA basketball and golf. In 2024, Mack was named Lead Game Producer for CBS Sports’ NCAA men’s basketball coverage.

Mack has served as a producer for seven Super Bowls with CBS Sports, most recently, Super Bowl LVIII. Mack also serves as producer for Nickelodeon’s NFL telecasts. In 2010, Mack produced CBS Sports’ coverage of the Final Four® and Championship game in 3-D, which was the first time the event was produced in 3-D. Mack previously served as producer for U.S. Open coverage and as producer for Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day, and served as producer of the Emmy-nominated U.S. OPEN LATE NIGHT SHOW for six years. He has produced features on Andre Agassi, Martina Hingis, Pete Sampras, Venus, Serena and Richard Williams during his career for CBS Sports’ U.S. Open coverage. His credits at CBS include producer for the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship, the NFL, college basketball, college football and golf. In 2011 he produced the first-ever First Four games of the 2011 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship in Dayton, Ohio.

Mack has served as associate director on college basketball and the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship, Daytona 500, the NFL, the Tour de France, the 1998 Olympic Winter Games, the MastersÒ, the PGA Championship and college football. He is a 13-time Emmy Award winner, most recently in 2021 for Playoff Coverage: NFC Wild Card Game: Chicago Bears vs. New Orleans Saints. Mack began his career at CBS Sports as broadcast associate, working on THE NFL ON CBS, THE NFL TODAY, the 1992 & 1994 Olympic Winter Games, the MastersÒ, the PGA Championship, Major League Baseball, the College World Series, college football and auto racing. He is a 1990 cum laude graduate of Harvard University, earning a bachelor’s degree in American History. Mack was born April 25, 1968 in Cincinnati, Ohio and lives in Bedford Hills with his wife, Laura and two children, Ava and Ryan.