Eric Weinberger

About Eric Weinberger

Eric Weinberger is a highly accomplished digital audio-visual specialist and sports television producer with an illustrious career spanning over 25 years. He is the founder and owner of Eric Weinberger Productions and Media Consulting, a company that collaborates with various groups to create exceptional sports and entertainment content. Additionally, he holds the position of president at Bleav Network, a leading sports and entertainment video and an audio company that has produced an impressive portfolio of over 500 shows and represents more than 100 talented athletes. Moreover, Weinberger serves as the head of the broadcast and co-founder of Ring City USA.

Throughout his career, Weinberger has received widespread acclaim for his work, including the prestigious honor of winning four Sports Emmy Awards. His professionalism, integrity, and dedication have set him apart as a respected figure in the broadcasting industry.
Under EW Productions, his company aims to deliver premium content and actively collaborates with other media and entertainment companies on innovative projects. Notable partnerships include LiveXLive, a platform that grants access to diverse radio stations and musical content, and Bally Sports and Sinclair, where he has contributed his expertise as a production consultant. Weinberger was also instrumental in launching the Rally, a platform that provides engaging headlines from pop culture and sports.
As the president of Bleav Network, pronounced "Believe," Weinberger assumes a pivotal role in new business development, talent recruitment, production, and distribution. Bleav caters to a passionate fan base focusing on sports and pop culture topics. The network's captivating content is readily accessible for streaming on multiple devices and can be enjoyed as engaging podcasts on popular platforms and social media.
Furthermore, Weinberger is closely associated with Ring City USA, a prominent producer of boxing content. The organization showcases exhilarating weekly boxing events aired on the NBC Sports Network and Twitch. In addition, to live coverage, Ring City offers compelling interviews, expert analysis, and up-to-date boxing news catering to the avid boxing community.
Weinberger's distinguished career includes notable positions at esteemed organizations. His tenure at the NFL Network commenced in 2003, where he was a coordinating producer for NFL Total Asset. NFL Network recognized his exceptional talent and promoted him to executive producer in 2006. In this capacity, Weinberger oversaw prominent programs such as Thursday Night Football, NFL Gameday, and Redzone while managing talent, production staffing, and programming content. He spearheaded comprehensive coverage of major events like Super Bowl Week, the NFL Scouting Combine, the NFL Red Carpet, and the NFL Draft.
Before joining the NFL Network, Weinberger distinguished himself as the senior producer of Fox Sports' acclaimed Best Damn Sports Show Period. Additionally, he produced The Keith Olbermann Evening News from September 2000 to May 2001, showcasing his versatility and expertise across multiple platforms.
After leaving Fox Sports and the NFL Network, Weinberger assumed president roles at Bill Simmons Media Group, a prominent digital company, and executive director at HBO. He displayed exemplary leadership abilities in these executive positions by overseeing operations, managing budgets, implementing staffing strategies, and coordinating content distribution. Notably, Weinberger served as an executive producer for After The Thrones, the Game of Thrones after-show, and forged a successful partnership between The Ringer and Twitter for the Game of Thrones after-show, Talk The Thrones, in 2017.
Eric's remarkable career trajectory as a digital audio-visual specialist and sports television producer has cemented his reputation as an industry trailblazer. His outstanding achievements, unwavering commitment to excellence, and contributions to content creation and distribution have positioned him as a true master of his craft.

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