Chuck Pagano: ESPN's Calculated Risk-Taker

December 2013
Multichannel News;12/9/2013, Vol. 34 Issue 46, p12
The article presents information on Chuck Pagano, executive vice president and chief technology officer at sports television entertainment company ESPN Inc., who is reportedly a quick decision maker and also a risk taker. Topics include Pagano's philosophy for taking risks, the plans for ESPN's digital facility in Bristol, Connecticut, and how ESPN is preparing for 4K/Ultra high definition technology formats.


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