Greenberg adds duties at Fox Sports

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NEW YORK -- Fox Sports said Tuesday that it has promoted FSN veteran George Greenberg to executive vp programming and production.

Greenberg's role will be similar to what he has done at FSN, but now he will oversee the Fox Sports brand by working with talent, reviewing broadcasts and controlling quality. He will report to Fox Sports Television Group chairman and CEO David Hill and Fox Sports president Ed Goren.

Greenberg will remain at FSN as well in the job he's held since May 2003, continuing to report to Fox National Cable Sports Networks president Bob Thompson.

At FSN, he oversees "The Best Damn Sports Show Period," "FSN Pro Football Review," "Totally Football," "CMI: Chris Myers Interviews," "Final Score" and such other network properties as boxing, mixed martial arts and the International Fight League.

Before becoming executive vp at FSN, Greenberg served as executive producer of "Best Damn" since its July 2001 premiere. He was executive vp marketing at Fox Broadcasting Co. from February 1997 to December 2000 and senior vp/creative director at Fox Sports beginning in May 1994, leading the team that built the network's graphic look.

Before Fox, Greenberg worked for 10 years at ABC Sports, where he was a producer/director and director of advertising/promotion.
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