CBS Sports Promotes Execs

Jun 17, 2008  •  Post A Comment

CBS Sports executives Ken Aagaard, Mike Aresco, Harold Bryant, Rob Correa and Marty Kaye have been promoted, CBS News and Sports President Sean McManus announced today.
Mr. Aagaard has been upped to executive vice president of operations, engineering and production services after serving as the senior VP of operations and production services since 1998. He will be responsible for developing new technology and production enhancements for CBS Sports and CBS College Sports Network.
Mr. Aresco and Mr. Correa, who were both senior vice presidents of programming, now become the executive vice presidents of the department. Mr. Aresco will oversee college programming for CBS Sports and CBS College Sports Network, while Mr. Correa will be responsible for non-college programming for CBS Sports, including the NFL, golf, tennis, winter sports and anthology programs.
Mr. Bryant becomes vice president of production, overseeing the creative aspects of production and editorial content at CBS Sports and CBS College Sports Network.
Mr. Kaye has been promoted from vice president of finance to senior vice president. He joined CBS Sports in 1999, and has been responsible for the financial strategy in negotiations for all CBS Sports properties.
“I’m pleased to announce these very well-earned appointments. Ken, Mike, Harold, Rob and Marty each have distinguished themselves in their respective areas within the company and have helped build CBS Sports into the dominant network sports division that it is today. I am confident that with the great team we have at CBS Sports, we will continue to set the industry standard in every way,” Mr. McManus said.


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