My career in television began at age sixteen when I was hired as a runner for NBC Sports. Throughout high school and college, I worked for NBC as a Stage Manager/Production Associate on events including the NBA Finals, Major League Baseball Playoffs, All-Star Games and World Series, Super Bowls XXVII and XXXII, and the Summer Olympic Games.
Upon college graduation in 1998, I was hired by CBS Sports at age 21, promoted to become their youngest Production Manager to work on their newly acquired NFL package, the NCAA Tournament and CBS Golf. I left CBS Sports to attend law school, during which time I continued to work as a freelance Stage Manager for CBS, NBC, FOX, ESPN and Turner.
Like many of my colleagues, I began as a summer intern at SFX Media after my second year of law school, in 2001. I was then hired on a full-time basis that fall. While completing law school at night, I worked closely with my colleagues, assisting in our clients' representation and legal affairs. To top it off, I even got married before that year was out.
I currently represent a growing number of on-air broadcasters and executive clients in sports, news, and entertainment. I also represent clients in publishing, marketing/speaking, life rights, original productions and Internet projects.
I have a B.S. from the College of Staten Island and a J.D. from Touro Law School. I am an active member of the Directors Guild of America and the New York State Bar Association. I live in New Jersey with my wife Rachel and our three children.
Today co-host Savannah Guthrie has signed a new multi-year deal with NBC to extend her stay at the morning show. She and her husband, Mike Feldman, welcomed a baby boy, Charles Max Feldman, on December 8, 2016.
Congratulations to NFL Network analyst Terrell Davis for being selected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame's Class of 2017.
Wolf Blitzer has signed a new multi-year deal to continue his long run with CNN, where he'll continue to anchor The Situation Room and Wolf. He also received the National Press Club's Fourth Estate Award in recognition of his 44-year career in journalism.
Mike Golic has become a spokesman for diabetes medicine, Invokana.
Former United States Deputy Secretary of State Antony Blinken joins as a client and becomes a contributor with CNN.
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