Andrew G. Setos

Andrew G. Setos: Designed, from scratch, and Operated the infrastructures of Fox, Fox Sports and Fox SportsNet while realizing material reductions in costs as compared to existing similar operations; Conceptualized and deployed the Fox Box, now used worldwide on all televised sports; First use of Fiber for regularly scheduled major league games (NFL, 1994); Engineering Emmy, Jenkins Lifetime Achievement Award, TV Academy; President Engineering, Fox Group; Fellow of SMPTE, Graduate of Columbia University (BSEE).

Patrick McManus

Patrick McManus: As a Director he has accepted an Emmy Award for his work on ABC's Wide World of Sports. He has directed almost every sort of sport, including World Cup, MLS, NFL, collegiate football, The Preakness and Belmont Stakes, NHL, NASCAR, IndyCar and the Indianapolis 500, WWE, American Ninja Warrior and various Olympic Sports to name a few. He has also produced a number of pregame and halftime shows across this spectrum. He has worked with Netflix and Electronic Arts on projects. He has also designed stadia and network sports facilities.

Andrea Berry

Andrea Berry: As SVP of Field Operations for Fox Sports and Fox Sports Net was responsible for over 5000 live regional sports telecasts, developing unique approaches to regional production while maintaining benchmark cost efficiencies. Also responsible for live sports telecasts for MLB, NFL and NASCAR; other roles included SVP of Broadcast Operations, launched many and operated all Fox networks and SVP Media Services managing Digital Media Management initiatives for the Fox Sports Media Group. Four Emmy awards for Technical Team Remote in Sports; Women in Technology Leadership Award; and B&C Technology Leadership Award. Graduate of the Illinois Institute of Technology (BSCS and minor in BSEE).

Jim DeFilippis

Jim DeFilippis: As Head of Broadcast Engineering, 1996 Olympics, developed: first all digital super speed camera and hard disk recording system, Dive camera, Rail camera, and dynamic timing and data interfaces for on-screen graphics. While EVP of Television Technology at FOX, pioneered the use of 5.1 Surround Sound and Widescreen Production techniques for Fox Sports. Consultant to IOC broadcast organization (OBS) supported the 2012 London Olympic 3D Channel and the 2014 Sochi Olympic OTT Channel. Emmy Award for developing FOX HD MPEG Splicing System, Fellow of the SMPTE, and a Sarnoff Medal recipient. Graduate of Columbia University (BSEE, MSEE).

Bruce Allen

Bruce Allen: Designed and launched File Based Production and Network Operations facilities for Fox Latin America Sports in Mexico City including the first HD satellite feeds to cable systems throughout Mexico and South America; Designed a satellite antenna array for NBC Sports Stamford, Connecticut; Fiber transmission for Live From Lincoln Center; News and Production facility TV Globo NY; Led the effort from conception to launch of 6 National European TV Nets reaching 200 million viewers; First satellite encrypted PPV for Wrestle Mania; Founder Interlink Network Corporation (1991). Founding VP for Operations and Production LifeTime Television; Broadcasting Degree from NYU.