Patti Fallick

United States Tennis Association (USTA), Managing Director, Broadcast

Patti Fallick joined the USTA team in August 2016 and is currently the managing director for broadcast. Fallick is responsible for managing the USTA and US Open Broadcast partnerships including working closely with ESPN on the domestic and host broadcasts, global broadcast partners, and the US Open World Feed. In addition, Fallick manages the USTA partnership with Tennis Channel for domestic broadcasts of USTA events from the Tennis Channel control room at the USTA National Campus, The US Open Series, and other USTA events.

Prior to joining the USTA, Fallick was senior director of broadcast operations, and a member of the original team that launched MLB Network on January 1, 2009. Fallick has received seven Sports Emmy Awards for Outstanding Technical Team, MLB Network, and Outstanding Daily show for MLB Tonight.

Prior to joining MLB Network, Fallick spent 15 years at the National Hockey League, ultimately serving as the NHL’s group VP of media operations and planning. She oversaw NHL Images and Productions and was part of the team that launched the NHL Network in 2007.

Fallick began her career as a page at NBC, where she spent 10 years working in production and operations at NBC Sports. She currently serves as a member of the Falk College at Syracuse University’s Sports Management Advisory Board.

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