SPEAKERS

Kim Hurwitz
Chief Marketing Officer
FITE TV

Kim Hurwitz is CMO of FITE, the premier global sports and entertainment platform specializing in live PPV events ranging from combat sports, soccer, music, and more.

Ms. Hurwitz was previously CMO at Karate Combat, responsible for launching the brand which amassed more than 10 million views for its first 5 events. Prior to that she was CCO for FilmOn/FOTV networks, a ground breaking vMVPD; & Director of PPV at DIRECTV from 2000-2005 managing a $500M P&L, returning there 2009-2010.

Adam Neuman
Chief of Staff, Strategy and Operations & Deputy Counsel
Big Ten Conference

Adam Neuman serves as Chief of Staff, Strategy and Operations & Deputy General Counsel of the Big Ten Conference. He assists Commissioner Kevin Warren in creating a movement of leadership in sports, academics and social responsibility to meet the challenges of our times. Neuman serves as a strategic advisor and aide to the Commissioner, implementing Commissioner Warren’s ideas and vision into practice, ensuring student-athletes are at the epicenter of all decisions.

Katie O'Mealia
Senior Director of Analytics
Turner Sports/Bleacher Report

Katie is the Senior Director of Analytics at Bleacher Report. Since joining B/R three years ago she has developed an agile analytics team that supports the full organization, from uncovering patterns for the content and product operations to surfacing key insights to support the revenue business. Before Bleacher Report, Katie led research and analytics for Wenner Media [Rolling Stone, Us Weekly, Men’s Journal]. She holds a Master’s Degree in Data Science from Northwestern University and a Bachelor’s Degree in American Studies from Georgetown University.

Blake Stuchin
Vice President, Digital Media Business Development
NFL

Blake Stuchin is Vice President of Digital Media Business Development at the National Football League, where he leads the league’s digital and social media licensing and distribution strategy. Since joining the league in 2012, Blake has overseen the League’s relationships with Twitter, YouTube, Snapchat, Facebook, TikTok, Reddit, and Giphy with a focus on innovation and broadening access of NFL content to fans.