Scott Boyarsky

Comcast

Scott Boyarsky is Vice President of Video and Entertainment Products at Comcast. The group includes Xfinity X1, Comcast’s award winning cable platform, XfinityTV web and mobile applications, and the integration of strategic partner apps across Comcast’s video and entertainment ecosystem. Prior to his promotion Scott served as Senior Vice President of Technology for CNBC, part of Comcast NBC Universal. He was responsible for leading Technology, Product Development, User Experience and Design teams behind CNBC Digital and on-air products, including cnbc.com, CNBC iOS and Android apps, CNBC Pro - integrated desktop/mobile service, TV Everywhere, digital video and syndication services, as well as identifying new emerging platforms and product opportunities for the network. Before joining Comcast/NBC, Boyarsky oversaw Technology at Turner Broadcasting, where he was responsible for driving technology strategy and product implementation for a diverse portfolio of News, Finance and Sports brands, including CNN, CNNMoney, CNN International, HLN, NCAA, March Madness Live, and Sports Illustrated. Prior to Turner, Scott served as Director of Technology and Product Development with The Walt Disney Company. He was responsible for technology and product development for an eco-consumer digital property spawned via an acquisition by the emerging business acquisition group. Boyarsky also played a leadership role in developing digital products for ABC News. Prior to joining Disney, Scott served as an Executive Web Producer at Thomson Learning, where he led digital strategy, design, and development efforts.

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