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.


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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  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".
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