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Jason Wormser Named Senior Vice President of CW Sports

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Jason Wormser has been named Senior Vice President of CW Sports. In this new position, Wormser will oversee all production aspects of The CW’s sports portfolio including live events such as LIV Golf, ACC college football, men’s and women’s basketball and the upcoming NASCAR Xfinity Series in 2025. “As a consultant to the network since the launch of CW Sports one year ago, Jason has been an invaluable asset, and we are thrilled to bring him on full time as we continue to expand our sports footprint,” said Brad Schwartz, President of Entertainment, The CW Network. “Jason’s passion and experience producing thousands of hours of live sports is unmatched, as is his dedication to ensuring CW Sports programming provides the ultimate fan experience.

Jason has a keen understanding of the production elements necessary to create a compelling broadcast that showcases every angle of every exciting moment.” Wormser most recently served as Vice President of Production, Soccer, for FOX Soccer Channel, FOX and FS1.

He also supervised and advised the behind-the-scenes crews responsible for broadcasting the FIFA Women’s World Cup in 2015 and the FIFA Men’s World Cup in 2018. “I’m grateful for the opportunity to continue to contribute to the team at The CW and Nexstar in this exciting venture into live sports programming,” said Wormser. “In just one year—signing deals first with LIV Golf, then adding ACC football and basketball, Inside the NFL and NASCAR Xfinity Series—we have set a solid foundation as we help grow The CW’s public awareness and provide value to the network’s affiliates nationwide.” By providing your information, you agree to our Terms of Use and our Privacy Policy.

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