Scott Moore (television executive)
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Scott Moore is a Canadian television executive. He is the former director of CBC Sports and head of production for Rogers Communications' Sportsnet and NHL properties. He was appointed on March 1, 2007, succeeding Nancy Lee. On November 9, 2010, Moore left CBC and on the following day he was named president of broadcasting for Rogers Media.
Moore is a graduate or Ryerson University's Radio and Television Arts program (1984) in Toronto. He was with Rogers Sportsnet from 1997 to 2003.
- "Scott Moore named new boss of CBC Sports", CBC News
- "Scott Moore joins Rogers one day after leaving CBC Sports", The Globe and Mail (Subscription only)
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