Ross Molloy was named Vice President, Talent, Production Planning and Development in June 2013 for CBS Sports and CBS Sports Network after serving as Vice President, Remote Production for CBS Sports Network from 2006-12. In his current role, Molloy oversees all CBS Sports and CBS Sports Network talent, which includes recruitment, assignments, feedback and development. He also is responsible for helping incubate, find, develop and deploy new and advanced technologies including Next Gen Stats on the NFL, various tracing technology on golf, 4D Replay, Green Reader Technology, as well as virtual reality for all network and cable sports broadcasts.
Molloy began in the CBS Sports family with CBS Sports Network’s (CSTV – College Sports Television) launch in 2003 where he served as a coordinating producer until 2006 producing college football, basketball, hockey, soccer, lacrosse, volleyball and water polo including several Division I, II and III national championships in these sports.
Prior to joining CBS, Molloy served as a producer, associate producer and broadcast associate at ABC Sports from 1994-2003 where he covered college football (including four National Championship games); auto racing (10 Indianapolis 500); golf (U.S. Open and British Open), horse racing’s Triple Crown, the Little League World Series and the Rose Parade. A two-time Emmy Award-winner, Molloy earned a degree from St. Lawrence University in 1998 where he was a four-year letterman and captain of the varsity tennis team in his junior and senior years and was nationally-ranked in the Top 30 in the country of Division III tennis. He and his wife, Kimberly, along with their kids, Selby and Thomas, reside in Darien, Conn.