Ted Shaker is Adjunct Professor at NYU and recipient of the 2012 NYU Graduate Sports Business Society Award for Contributions to Sports Media. Previously, he was executive producer at CBS Sports, where he was responsible for all sports production and won 13 Emmy Awards and two Peabody awards. He orchestrated coverage for 7 NFL Super Bowls, 10 NBA Finals, 9 NCAA Tournaments, 12 Masters Golf Championships, 2 MLB World Series, 8 US Open Tennis Championships, and 11 Daytona 500s. He was executive producer, business news, at CNBC, where he created and launched seven series. He was founder and president of Sports Illustrated Television, co-creator of CNN/SI, television’s first 24 hour sports news cable channel. He created the first VOD sports test, The Orlando Project, with Time Warner Cable and the NFL. He is a member of the board of directors for the University of Texas Center for Sports and Media.