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Eurosport appoints Scott Young to oversee global production and content

Will lead production and operations on the Olympic Games, cycling, tennis and winter sports

Eurosport has appointed Sky Sports’ Scott Young as its new SVP, production and content.

Young joins the broadcaster from Sky where he has led the broadcaster’s Formula 1 coverage since January 2018.

At Eurosport, he has been tasked with developing its content offering across broadcast and digital, as well as realising opportunities presented by technology transformation.

Young will lead the production and operations for all Eurosport’s flagship events including the Olympic Games, cycling Grand Tours, tennis Grand Slams and winter sports World Championship and World Cup events.

He joins the broadcaster in September.

Andrew Georgiou, president, Eurosport, said: “Scott is one of the most talented and progressive leaders in sports production and it’s hugely exciting to welcome him to the Discovery family. He joins at a pivotal time for our business as we prepare to realise the opportunities delivered by the transformation of Eurosport’s global technology infrastructure, one of Discovery’s most significant capital investments. This will revolutionise how we deliver sport to fans, using Cloud and remote technology within a unified production ecosystem for broadcast and digital to create and distribute world-class content from anywhere in the world.

Scott Young added: “Eurosport is one of the world’s most respected and highly regarded sports producers. I am impressed at how Eurosport’s production and on-screen experience has evolved under Discovery’s leadership. While its record-breaking Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018 production and award winning Eurosport cube made waves through the industry, it is clear that the company hasn’t stood still and the production infrastructure it has created is ground breaking. I look forward to getting started.”