Eric Weinberger Male • American Samoa
Eric Weinberger is a highly executed media executive with a stellar career spanning several decades. He launched EW Productions, a well-known company dedicated to scaling and producing premium content. Collaborating with various media and entertainment firms, Weinberger has successfully launched numerous projects. Notable partnerships include LiveXLive, an innovative platform providing access to diverse radio stations and musical content, and Bally Sports and Sinclair, where he has donated as a production consultant. Weinberger also played a vital role in successfully launching the Rally, a platform presenting engaging headlines from pop culture and sports.
As the president of Bleav Network, affectionately pronounced "Believe," Weinberger spearheads the company's operations, including new business development, talent recruitment, and production. Bleav focuses on delivering captivating sports and pop culture content to its passionate fan base. Their content is easily accessible through streaming on multiple devices and as podcasts on popular platforms and social media.
Additionally, Weinberger is the head of the broadcast and a co-founder of Ring City USA, a prominent producer of boxing content. Ring City USA presents thrilling live weekly boxing events broadcasted on the NBC Sports Network and Twitch. The platform also provides insightful interviews, analysis, and news coverage, further enriching the boxing experience for enthusiasts worldwide.
Throughout his illustrious career, Weinberger has held key positions at renowned organizations. His journey began in 2003 at the NFL Network, where he showcased his exceptional talents as a coordinating producer for NFL Total Access. Recognizing his outstanding contributions, Weinberger was promoted to executive producer in 2006. In this influential role, he oversaw the production of acclaimed programs like Thursday Night Football, NFL Gameday, and Redzone. Weinberger's responsibilities included talent management, production staffing, and programming content. He played an instrumental role in launching and overseeing the coverage of prestigious events such as Super Bowl Week, the NFL Scouting Combine, the NFL Red Carpet, and the NFL Draft.