Harold Bryant was named Executive Producer & Senior Vice President, Production in June 2014 after having been Executive Producer & Vice President, Production since August 2011. He was Vice President, Production since June 2008. He oversees all creative aspects of production and editorial content for all sports programming at CBS Sports and CBS Sports Network, including Super Bowl LIII, Super Bowl 50, the most-watched single broadcast in television history on an all-or-part basis; Super Bowl XLIV in 2010, the most-watched program in television history at the time, and Super Bowl XLVII. Bryant also oversees production for the NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship, the Masters, PGA Championship and PGA TOUR golf, as well as the Emmy Award-winning show INSIDE THE NFL on Showtime.
Bryant, a 28-time Emmy Award winner, joined CBS Sports as a Feature Producer/Associate Producer in June 1997. He was promoted to coordinating producer in March 1999 where his responsibilities included overseeing production elements involving THE NFL ON CBS, including Super Bowls XXXV, XXXVIII and XLI, NCAA college basketball, including the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship, college football, PGA TOUR golf, including the Masters® and PGA Championship, the U.S. Open Tennis Championships, as well as all additional programming, including CBS SPORTS SPECTACULAR.
In addition to his duties at CBS Sports, Bryant works closely with production efforts at Showtime and the CBS Sports Radio Network.
Prior to joining CBS Sports, Bryant served as a producer for WBIS-TV producing halftime and post-game shows for New York Knicks, New York Rangers and New Jersey Devils games, as well as sports features and updates for the network’s business shows. He worked three years as a feature producer producing over 100 features for Atlanta Olympic Broadcasting, the host broadcaster for the 1996 Olympic Summer Games (1994-96). From 1991-94, Bryant served as a production assistant at NBC Sports where he worked three seasons of NFL and NBA, as well as the 1992 Olympic Summer Games in Barcelona, Spain. While at NBC Sports, he also worked on events including world figure skating championships in Prague, the French Open and Notre Dame football.
Bryant began his career in 1987 working for WWOR-TV as a news and sports production assistant for all New York Mets home games. In 1990 he served as a line producer for the start up sports network, Sports News Network.
Bryant graduated from Rutgers University in 1988 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in theater arts and a concentration in television.