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Lenny Daniels, Turner Sports President, Exits

Lenny Daniels on Monday became the latest WarnerMedia veteran to exit the company since it was acquired by the former Discovery Communications. Daniels had been president of the sports-media operation once known as Turner Sports, which encompasses the company’s NBA, NHL and Major League Baseball telecasts and studio shows as well as the NCAA March Madness tournament that its parent corporation, Warner Bros. Discovery, shares with Paramount Global’s CBS Sports. He “has decided to leave WBD Sports, effective immediately, Luis Silberwasser, chairman of Warner Bros. Discovery’s sports operations, told staffers in a memo Monday. “While this change will take place right...
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Turner Sports Head Lenny Daniels Leaves Warner Bros. Discovery

Lenny Daniels, who was president of Turner Sports before the company became part of Warner Bros. Discovery, is leaving the company, effective immediately. The news was announced in a memo Monday from Luis Silberwasser, who left Univision to become chairman and CEO of Warner Bros. Discovery Sports in June. Silberwasser replaced Jeff Zucker, who had also run CNN before he resigned in February.
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What’s next for WBD Sports?

Jimmy Pitaro, Mark Lazarus, Luis Silberwasser and Ray Warren are all speaking at SBJ’s Media Innovators conference in New York this week. Plus, we’re doing a live taping of the Marchand & Ourand Sports Media podcast. Stop by if you’re in town. Over his 27-year career at...
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SBJ Media: What's next for WBD Sports?

Jimmy Pitaro, Mark Lazarus, Luis Silberwasser and Ray Warren are all speaking at SBJ’s Media Innovators conference in New York this week. Plus, we’re doing a live taping of the Marchand & Ourand Sports Media podcast. Stop by if you’re in town. Lenny Daniels’ decision to leave...
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Dennis Scott bestowed ultimate honor from Magic franchise

The Orlando Magic are still a new franchise, relatively speaking, having only been around since 1989. But they’ve still had some great players don the Magic jersey including Dennis Scott. On Saturday, the team announced they would induct Scott into the franchise’s Hall of Fame as per Marc J. Spears of ESPN’s Andscape.
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