Geoff Mason

Sports Broadcasting Hall of Famer and Industry Consultant

Geoffrey Mason is one of sports television’s most accomplished and honored production executives. A 25-time Emmy Award winner, he has more than 50 years of domestic and international broadcast experience. Mason recently completed over thirty years with ESPN – in a variety of executive production roles.

Prior to his career at ESPN, Mason was executive producer at ABC Sports. There, his credits included seven Olympic Games (Summer and Winter), Monday Night Football (Super Bowl XXV), Major League Baseball (World Series 1989), U.S. Open/PGA/British Open Golf, Triple Crown Thoroughbred Racing, the Indianapolis 500, ABC’s Wide World of Sports, and the Tour de France.

In 2003, Mason helped launch the NFL Network in Culver City, CA.

In 2010, he was inducted into the Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame:

Mason served for 17 years on the Board of Directors at the Betty Ford Center, and he is a founding board member of the V Foundation for Cancer Research.

He is presently the executive producer and CEO of his own production company, Mainstay Communications, and serves as senior content consultant/Olympics to Discovery-Eurosport in Paris.

Mason graduated from Duke University with a Bachelor of Arts in sociology in 1963.

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