January 27, 2016 — NESN, New England’s most watched sports network, recently announced that Cosmina Schulman will serve as NESN’s new Local Sales Manager. Schulman, who most recently served as NESN’s National Sales Manager, will oversee NESN’s local sales team to ensure the best possible client solutions for the network’s current and future advertising and promotional partners.
“Cosmina brings an infectious energy and a great attitude to the sales team at NESN,” said Greg Leach, NESN’s Vice President of Ad Sales. “Her experience and industry knowledge will help what I consider to be the best local sales team in Boston to thrive in the rapidly changing sports sponsorship marketplace.”
Schulman joined NESN in January of 2015 as National Sales Manager. She served as the network’s point person for national sales accounts, responsible for building external relationships with national partners and agencies, making NESN a natural promotional partner for their brands.
Prior to joining NESN, Schulman worked in both the New York and Chicago offices of Home Team Sports (HTS), a division of Fox Sports Media Group. The Utica, NY native has a degree in Communications and Media Studies from Manhattanville College.
NESN has consistently been one of the top-rated regional sports networks in the country with award-winning Red Sox and Bruins coverage. The network is delivered to over 4 million homes throughout the six-state New England region and an additional 5 million homes nationally as NESN National on digital and sports tiers in over 100 DMAs. Forbes Magazine recently ranked NESN as the 9th Most Valuable Sports Business Brand in the world. NESN.com is the most visited regional sports network website in the country. NESN also produces a number of distinctive programs under its umbrella Original NESN Entertainment (ONE). NESN’s social responsibility program, NESN Connects, is proud to support and connect its employees with charitable organizations in our communities. NESN is owned by Fenway Sports Group (owners of the Boston Red Sox) and Delaware North (owners of the Boston Bruins).
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