Senior Vice President, Original Productions and Creative, NBC Sports Group

Mark Levy is Senior Vice President, Original Productions and Creative, NBC Sports Group. In this role, Levy oversees the on-air look and image of all NBC Sports, NBCSN and Olympic programming, including Football Night in America, the most-watched studio show in sports for 12 consecutive seasons since its debut in 2006, and Sunday Night Football. Super Bowl LII marks Levy’s sixth Super Bowl assignment.


The 2018 Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang, South Korea, will mark his 13th Olympic assignment with NBC.


In 2018, NBC Sports Group hosts Super Bowl LII and the 2018 Olympic Winter Games, marking the first time in 26 years the Super Bowl and the Olympics have aired in the same year on the same network.


Levy oversaw the rebranding efforts for the launch of NBC Sports Network (formerly VERSUS) in January 2012, the Football Night in America studio show and Sunday Night Football. In 2005 he added the responsibility of leading NBC’s Olympic Film and Profiles unit.


Levy is a 27-time Emmy Award-winner, including the 2000, 2004 and 2010 Emmy for Opening Tease at the Sydney, Athens and Vancouver Olympics, as well winning the Outstanding Edited Sports Special Emmy in 2002 for the documentary: “The Bravest versus the Finest,” which told the emotionally charged story of the annual football game between New York City’s police and fire departments in the wake of September 11. He has also won four Emmys for Outstanding Graphic Design as the Creative Director of the NBC’s Olympic broadcasts.


Levy was part of the team that won the prestigious Peabody Award for the broadcast of the Opening Ceremony of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games.


Levy began his career as a feature producer and director for PGA Tour Productions from 1986-93. He joined NBC Sports in 1994 as a feature producer and associate director. In 2002, he was named Creative Director, NBC Olympics.


He is a 1986 graduate of SUNY-Oswego. Levy lives in Trumbull, Conn., with his wife Wendy, and their two sons.

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