Randy Freer

Randy Freer Biography

Randy Freer was named co-president and chief operating officer of Fox Sports Media Group on January 6, 2011. Previously, he was serving as President of FOX Sports Networks FSN (network), where he oversaw operations of the largest owned-and-operated regional sports network group in the U.S., comprising 19 networks which collectively own the telecast rights to more than half of all MLB, NBA, and NHL teams.

Both Business Week and Sports Business Journal have named Freer one of the most influential people in the business of sports on multiple occasions. CableFax Magazine has also named Freer the number-one most powerful executive in local sports television for three consecutive years (2008-2010).


Freer attended Saint Joseph's College of Maine in Standish, ME and graduated with degrees in Business and History in 1982.

Freer joined FSN in 1997 after serving for three years as Senior Vice President, Business Affairs at Active Entertainment, an animation syndication firm. Prior to that, Freer spent nine years at Turner Broadcasting, the last two as Executive Vice President, Entertainment Sales. In that position, Freer was responsible for overseeing all advertising sales for Turner Broadcasting System (TBS) and Turner Network Television (TNT), as well as the Cartoon Network.

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