Alex Wallau

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Alex Wallau is a former President of the ABC television network. He began his career with ABC in 1976, when he joined the network's Sports division under Roone Arledge, then head of ABC Sports. Mr. Wallau went on to become a two-time Emmy Award-winning producer and director of ABC's sports coverage. In 1986, he went in front of the cameras as ABC's boxing analyst, and was honored by the Boxing Writers of America as the top television boxing journalist in his first year. He moved into management in 1993 and was named President of the network in 2000. He has served on the Board of Directors of ESPN, the Ad Council and the Museum of TV & Radio. In 2006, he was honored by the UCLA Cancer Center with their Humanitarian Award.

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