Emmy Award Winner Jason Levine Named FSN New England On-Air Promotions Manager

Burlington, MA – FSN New England has promoted Jason Levine to on-air promotions manager. Levine, who has been with FSN New England since 1998, will report to Nancy Larkin, vice president of marketing and development.

As manager, Levine will manage the on-air promotions department and oversee development and execution of all FSN New England on-air materials, including programming and advertiser promotional spots.

Previously at FSN New England, Levine served as associate producer on Celtics telecasts and as an on-air promotions assistant. Levine also worked as a production assistant for Reebok International.

Levine has received three New England Emmy Awards, including 2002 Associate Producer Play-by-Play coverage; 2003 Editor Production Elements; and 2003 Editor/Associate Producer Sports Special. Levine is a native of Burlington, MA and holds a bachelor's degree in communications with a concentration in television production from Northeastern University in Boston, MA.

"Through his Emmy award winning production talents, Jason will expand the scope and capabilities of the on-air promotions department. He is a tremendous asset to FSN New England," said David Woodman, senior vice president and general manager of FSN New England.

Fox Sport Net New England reaches more than 3.7 million households in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. Fox Sports Net New England is owned and operated by Rainbow Sports Networks, a division of Cablevision's Rainbow Media Holdings, Inc. Fox Sports Net New England's programming includes Boston Celtics, New England Revolution, New England Sports Tonight, The Best Damn Sports Show Period and I, Max.

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