|By PR Newswire||
|March 4, 2014 10:32 AM EST||
HARTFORD, Conn., March 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Back9Network, the golf lifestyle multiplatform media network, announced today that television operations and engineering executive, Harry Goldberg will join the network as Vice President of Operations and Engineering.
"In his 30 plus years in television operations and engineering, Harry has a record of accomplishments in the direct management and implementation of multiple large-scale television projects," said Carlos Silva, President of Back9Network. "His expertise will be key in continuing to develop the infrastructure to support the vision for Back9Network."
Prior to working at Back9Network, Harry worked for Time Warner Cable in a 24 hour news and sports environment as the Director of Engineering. He has worked with management teams to develop and improve master control and control room workflow with manufacturers' emerging technologies, creating innovative operational designs and efficiencies in system workflow.
"The opportunity to create a network from the ground up with a vision-oriented and talented management team is an incredible opportunity," said Goldberg. "I share in the Back9 vision to bring a network to life that focuses on the golf lifestyle, appealing to the passionate player and casual fan alike."
About Back9Network: Back9Network, based in Hartford, Connecticut, is a lifestyle multiplatform television network and media company. Back9Network was developed as a complementary alternative to traditional media's focus on professional golf tournament coverage. Focused on compelling storytelling, interesting personalities, features and fashions, interviews and instruction, travel, gear and much more, fans of all kinds will want to hang with the Back9Network. Back9Network.com, the online clubhouse for Back9Network, delivers a fresh perspective on the golf lifestyle and its worldwide influence. Back9Network's leadership includes respected and outspoken executives from the golf and media industries. Back9Network recently moved into its new Corporate Headquarters and TV/Video Production Studio in Hartford, joining ESPN, NBC Sports and YES Network in Connecticut. For further information, visit www.Back9Network.com
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