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Tom Feuer, Director of Los Angeles Sports Bureau, Professor of Practice

Email: Thomas.Feuer@asu.edu
Office: ASU California Center, Santa Monica, Calif.
Phone: 424.238.0272

Curriculum Vitae

Courses:
Cronkite News – LA Sports

Tom Feuer is director of the Los Angeles Bureau of Cronkite Sports, a sports journalism program that prepares students for careers in sports media and communications. He directs the sports bureau at the ASU California Center, leading students in coverage of professional and intercollegiate sports in Southern California.

Feuer has more than 25 years of experience producing some of the world’s largest sporting events, including 10 Olympic games. He is a three-time Emmy winner for production of the 2004 and 1988 Summer Olympic Games as well as the 1999 World Track and Field Championships. He also is a 22-time National Telly Award winner.

Most recently, Feuer served as executive producer of FOX Sports Net, annually supervising content production on more than 800 sporting events, including the Los Angeles Dodgers, Lakers and Angels. He also has worked for other major media and sports companies along the West Coast such as MSNBC, ESPN and Nike as well as Turner Sports in Atlanta.

For MSNBC, Feuer led editorial efforts on NBC’s websites for the 2002 Winter Olympic Games in Salt Lake City. At Nike, he created and managed the company’s major global public relations productions, including the 1996 Summer Olympic Games.

As director of the Cronkite Sports bureau, Feuer develops partnerships with local and national television and digital sports networks and directs student work.

Feuer earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Los Angeles, graduating Phi Beta Kappa.