Adam Whitlock, ESPN Senior Vice President of Telecom Services
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Adam Whitlock oversees the daily operation of ESPN’s Remote Traffic department, responsible for acquiring all live event contribution transmissions as well as transmission planning and support at numerous remote events.
Early Life and Education
After reaching his career peak without needing to pursue graduate school, an assistant director of a lab informed him he must earn one to move ahead further in his work area. “It was difficult decision,” he recalled.
He earned both his undergraduate and master’s degrees at Rutgers University; later going on to serve as Allston Burr Senior Tutor from 1952 – 1958 before later serving as Dudley House master from 1976 – 1982.
Whitlock served in the Air Force and completed 57 combat missions during that time, earning both the Silver Star and Distinguished Flying Cross awards. Outside the military he served on various committees such as Trustee for Edward Hopkins Charity; Board Corporator at New England Deaconess Hospital; Treasurer at Annisquam Village Church.
He represented New Zealand’s domestic rugby union competitions with Crusaders, Canterbury, and Bayonne before representing All Blacks sevens rugby.
He was the first player in history to wear number 9 for both teams and in addition to being an outstanding footballer was also an incredible musician and great person, brightening days and hearts everywhere he went. All of us will miss him greatly.
Heather Morris joined Adam today in studio and taught him how to improve his dance watching abilities by discussing dressing room etiquette and dressing room etiquette. Gina then read aloud an article from a news site detailing an incident from a dodge ball game where 10 year-old boy was charged with assault and they discussed President Donald Trump’s tax plans as well.
Achievement and Honors
American-born entrepreneur Greg Knutson is an accomplished public speaker who regularly addresses CPA, bar, financial planning and other trade associations regarding income, estate and not-for-profit tax issues. Additionally, he has served as guest lecturer at various universities.
In April, he was honored with an OBE (Officer of the British Empire) for his services to diving and LGBTQ rights. As an active member of the British Divers Federation’s board and former National Treasurer of its charity arm.
At FOX Sports, he serves as both a columnist and on-air personality, making frequent appearances on The Herd with Colin Cowherd as well as writing for J.School (FOX Sports’ digital property). Prior to that he hosted radio talk shows such as Jim Rome’s The Jungle.
Adam Whitlock oversees the daily operation of ESPN’s remote telecom services. He operates a voice-over-IP system to facilitate all ESPN Remote Event transmissions and designs and operates a conference-wide fiber optic video and data network to support unlimited campus and remote events on ESPN linear and digital networks.
The collection consists of writings, diaries, photographs, scrapbooks, prints and other material related to Brand Whitlock’s diplomatic and literary careers. Highlights of the collection include social ledgers listing calls made to the American Embassy in Belgium as well as several certificates of recognition that Brand received.
Whitlock currently writes daily columns for J.School and guest hosts The Herd with Colin Cowherd on FS1. He is the son of former All Black rugby union player Braeden Whitelock, as well as brothers Luke and Sam Whitelock who both currently hold All Black membership.
Whitlock is widely known for his outspoken opinions and captivating conversations, drawing an immense following to his shows on Fox Sports like Speak For Yourself.
He co-hosts a radio show on SiriusXM NBA Radio and contributes to Deadspin, as well as being a sports columnist for both Charlotte Observer and ESPN, among other publications.
Whitelock, who made his Canterbury debut against Wellington in the 2008 Air New Zealand Cup, played 56 times and became the youngest sibling ever to represent All Blacks Sevens team.