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NFL Media Brings On Perkins Miller, Announces Executive Reorganization
Published April 25, 2014
PREPPING FOR BORNSTEIN'S DEPARTURE: The league made the moves with an eye toward streamlining its leadership and sales teams under Rolapp as NFL Network President & CEO STEVE BORNSTEIN steps down this spring following a high-profile, 12-year run with the NFL. The shifts also arrive in advance of the planned debut this summer of the NFL Now digital video service. NFL Now will offer a personalized feed of of league news, highlights and analysis, and Miller will play a key role in the effort.