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SBD/May 31, 2013/People and Pop Culture
Media Moves: Leah LaPlaca Gets New Role At ESPN; Kaliski In At "The NFL Today"
Published May 31, 2013
TODAY IN HISTORY: For the first time in 25 years, CBS Sports will have a new producer overseeing "The NFL Today." The net named DREW KALISKI producer for the pregame show. He replaces ERIC MANN, who held that position since '88. Kaliski had been a producer at CBS Sports Network, last year launching "NFL Monday QB" and overseeing the network's Super Bowl week productions in New Orleans during the week leading up to the game. Previously, he was a senior producer at NFL Network who worked on "Total Access" and the scouting combine. Mann will stay at CBS Sports as a producer (Ourand).
ALL THE NEWS: Fox Sports 1 has named Minneapolis-based KMSP-Fox VP & News Dir BILL DALLMAN to the same position. Dallman, who begin July 1 with the upstart cable net, will report to Senior VP/News RICK JAFFE (Fox). He will work on the nightly "Fox Sports Live" highlight show (TWINCITIES.com, 5/30).