Drew Kaliski
Producer, THE NFL TODAY

 

Drew Kaliski was named producer of the CBS Television Network’s NFL pre-game, halftime and post-game studio show, THE NFL TODAY, in May 2013.

 

Kaliski has served as the producer for the Network’s Super Bowl LIII and Super Bowl 50 pregame show, THE SUPER BOWL TODAY. He joined CBS Sports as Coordinating Producer at its cable network, CBS Sports Network in 2012, where he was responsible for launching and producing CBS Sports Network’s first-ever NFL programming, NFL MONDAY QB with Phil Simms, Rich Gannon and Steve Beuerlein. Kaliski also spearheaded the Network’s first-ever week-long production from New Orleans for Super Bowl XLVII. In addition to his NFL responsibilities, he served as coordinating producer at CBS Sports Network overseeing College Football, College Basketball and NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship studio coverage.

 

Prior to joining CBS Sports Network, he served as Senior Producer at the NFL Network from 2007-12 working on such shows as “Total Access,” the Monday Night Pregame Show and the NFL Scouting Combine. Kaliski served as a producer for the Yankees Entertainment & Sports Network (YES) from 2004-07 where he worked on New York Yankees and New Jersey Nets games and pre- and post-game shows, “This Week in Football (Giants/Jets Preview Show),” Ivy League Football and Basketball and Staten Island Yankees (Class A) games.

 

Kaliski began his career at ABC Sports in 1996 as a Production Assistant and worked his way up to Associate Producer (2000-02) and Feature Producer (2002-04). Throughout his tenure at ABC Sports, he worked on the NFL including “Monday Night Football” (2000-02) and Super Bowls XXXIV and XXXVII, the 2004 Bowl Championship Series National Championship game (Sugar Bowl), Horse Racing’s Triple Crown (2000-01), as well as the Little League World Series Preview Show (2002), World Figure Skating Championships (2000), National Figure Skating Championships and “Wide World of Sports,” including the “Wide World of Sports 40th Anniversary Show,” for which he won an Emmy Award in 2001.

 

Kaliski earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Wesleyan University in 1993 where he majored in Government and American Studies. Born October 22, 1970, he resides in Wilton, Connecticut with his wife, Liz, and three children, Grady, Sean and Kelly.

 

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