LOS ANGELES (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — With the CAA Sports division’s recent rapid expansion, complete with superstar’s David Beckham, Peyton Manning and Derek Jeter joining the roster list, a new set of execs have been hired to oversee the program.
Howard Nuchow, who most recently was Mandalay Sports Entertainment’s President, will oversee the division, David Rone, who was executive VP of Fox Sports Networks and general manager of Fox College Sports, and Michael Levine, who had been president of Van Wagner Sports Group, will head the division.
The trio will work closely with CAA Sports agents Tom Condon and Ben Dogra, who represent Manning, Casey Close, who brought Jeter to the company, and Pat Brisson and J.P. Barry, who represent various hockey superstars.
In total, CAA now represents more than 350 athletes, with additions to come as the company moves into the NBA representation field.
Levine will be based in CAA’s New York office, with Rone and Nuchow in the company’s new Century City headquarters. –by CelebrityAccess Staff Writers