We’re thrilled that as part of Turner Broadcasting’s MediaCamp accelerator, we’ve been paired up with two incredible mentors within Turner.

Today we’re profiling Scott Boyarsky, VP of Technology for Turner Sports as our first mentor.  Scott has had an incredible career not only at Turner, but previously at the Walt Disney Company, Thompson Learning and others.  Thanks for taking us under your wing at Turner, Scott!

Here is Scott’s full bio:

Scott Boyarsky is Vice President of Technology for Turner’s Audience Multi-Platform Technology (AMPT) group, where he is responsible for Turner Sports digital technology strategy and implementation. In this role, he leads multi-platform technology efforts for Turner Sports properties including NCAA.com, March Madness Live, and Sports Illustrated digital (si.com) properties.

Prior to joining Turner Broadcasting, Scott served as Director of Technology and Product Development with The Walt Disney Company. He was responsible for technology and product development for part of the emerging business acquisition group. Boyarsky also played a leadership role in developing digital products for ABC News. Prior to joining Disney, Scott served as an Executive Web Producer at Thomson Learning, where he led digital strategy, design, and development efforts.

An early adopter of many emerging Web technologies, Scott is often looked upon for strategic product and technical development of new digital initiatives. With his strong business and technology acumen, he has helped navigate the complex landscape of modern digital technologies to provide guidance to Fortune 500 media, publishing, education, healthcare and pharmaceutical organizations.

Specialties

Digital Product Development, Technology Strategic Planning, Software Development Life Cycle Management (SDLC), Project Management, Analytics, Web Development, E-Commerce, Business Development, Search Engine Optimization, Online Advertising Programs, Budgeting, Forecasting, Mergers & Acquisitions, Talent Retention, Recruitment

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