George Veras

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George James Veras (born October 27, 1950) was the producer of NFL Today on CBS from 1981-1993, and vice-president of production and broadcasting for the Cleveland Browns from 2004-2007.[1] His productions have won 10 Emmy Awards.[2] He is currently president and CEO of Pro Football Hall of Fame Enterprises,[3] president of Veras Communications, Inc. (VCI),[4] and adjunct professor at the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University.

Life[edit]

Veras graduated from Shaker Heights High School in Cleveland. He went to college in 1969 at New York University where he obtained his bachelor's degree, a Masters of Public Administration (1974) and completed his course work for Masters in Business Administration but did not finish thesis and did not receive degree[citation needed]. George and his family currently live in Brecksville,[5] Ohio

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Plunkett, Jack W (2006-06-28). Plunkett's Sports Industry Almanac 2007. ISBN 9781593920739.
  2. ^ "Emmy Awards and Nominations" (PDF).
  3. ^ "Pro Football Hall of Fame Fan Fest mastermind hopes event becomes Comic-Con of sports world".
  4. ^ "Veras Communications, Inc".
  5. ^ http://www.indeonline.com/special/20160630/veras-from-ballboy-to-emmy-winning-hall-of-fame-vp