Larry Meyers

Live Sports Executive Producer and Director

Larry Meyers was most recently the VP of content and the executive producer for Spectrum (formerly Time Warner Cable) Regional Networks. He was responsible for all event, studio, and original production for Spectrum SportsNet (Lakers, LA Galaxy, LA Sparks, and college/high school events) and Spectrum SportsNet LA, the regional television network of the Los Angeles Dodgers. The networks produce over 500 live events annually plus the weekly behind-the-scenes documentary franchise Backstage, live daily studio programs such as Access SportsNet, and other original programming. The networks garnered 26 team and individual LA area Emmy awards in their first four years. Meyers also received Emmys for his work at the RSN in San Francisco and a national Emmy for his work covering the 1988 Seoul Olympics for NBC.

Previously, Meyers spent nine years at the Tennis Channel as the senior vice president of production and the executive producer. In that role he was responsible for the channel’s original programming, as well as national and international live events. Prior to that, he spent seven years at Fox, working in Los Angeles and the Bay Area.  Meyers began his career in sports television in the 1980s working in TV trucks producing and directing regional and national live sports event programming. Over the years, he transitioned to a production executive.

Meyers is originally from Oakland, CA and graduated from UCLA. He lives in Los Angeles and is married with two daughters.

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