Stevenson talks Enterprises

By Jonathan Okanes

Pac-12 Enterprises president Gary Stevenson was a keynote speaker at the College Sports Video Summit last week in Atlanta, highlighting what the networks have to offer and engaging in discourse with fellow professionals in the field.

Here’s a sampling of what Stevenson had to say:

“This dramatically increased exposure for our universities will lead to interesting content that focuses on the excellence, rich traditions and unique personalities of each school. Learning opportunities for millions of people. Recruitment opportunities for our universities. And much-deserved exposure for world-class faculties that include Nobel Prize winners and many other leaders in their fields.”

“Our storytellers will dive deeper into the traditions and history of the Pac-12. People like Ronnie Lott, Rick Neuheisel and Summer Sanders, three of the most accomplished former student-athletes in Pac-12 history, will help us tell our story.”

“When I took this job last September, some people asked me why I wanted to take on this enormous challenge. It’s really quite simple! We have all the elements of success here: We have a great brand, an attractive geographic and demographic footprint, a great history that is full of tradition, full ownership of the enterprise, and the complete commitment from our university presidents, and our well-respected athletic directors and senior women’s administrators.”

Pac-12 Enterprises president Gary Stevenson speaks to the College Sports Video Summit last week in Atlanta. Stevenson was one of the event’s keynote speakers.

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