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DOUGLAS ALDEN WARSHAW is the Creator of JOCKIPEDIA & TheJOCKOSPHERE.com, and First-Person Communication, LLC, a media & consulting firm that combines editorial and technology expertise to enable high-profile individuals, athletes, artists, musicians and executives to create and control their personal communication through state of the art new media platforms.

Mr. Warshaw is the former Chief Digital Officer of Alpha Media Group, where he oversaw all digital content and technology for the company's media assets, including MAXIM | Stuff | Blender magazines.

In 2005, Mr. Warshaw co-founded MOTIONBOX.com, a personal video-sharing service and community website in the forefront of the user-generated video revolution. Under his leadership as Chief Marketing Officer and head of Business Development, Motionbox was the first user-generated video site to partner with a major media company, enabling NBC Universal’s Owned & Operated stations to combine their assets with user-generated videos, and safely expand their brands into the exploding world of user-generated video on the web. Today, Motionbox.com power's AOL's, Beebo.com's and Shutterfly's online video solutions.

A founding member of CLASSIC SPORTS NETWORK (now ESPN CLASSIC), where he was the Executive Producer and SVP of Programming & Production, Mr. Warshaw is a four-time Emmy Award winning network television producer/writer/director and programmer for ESPN, ABC NEWS, ABC SPORTS, NBC SPORTS and NBC OLYMPICS.

Mr. Warshaw began his career at age 17, working as an editorial assistant for Dick Schaap at Sport Magazine in 1976. In 1979 he joined ABC Network News’s Special Events Unit, and became the network news division’s youngest producer, at 23, covering events ranging from Presidential Elections to the release of the hostages from Iran, and working on a new satellite driven program called “America Held Hostage,” which would eventually become better known as “Nightline.”

At ABC News, he reunited with Dick Schaap, becoming his producer in 1982. He and Dick Schaap would continue to work together for much of the next 20 years.


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