KSE Media Ventures Promotes Carver, Zur

KSE Media Ventures, the broadcast television and radio arm of Kroenke Sports & Entertainment, announced today the promotions of two members of senior management, Kim Carver and Dave Zur.  In addition to her roles as President & CEO of Altitude Sports & Entertainment, Carver will now serve as President & CEO for the World Fishing Network. Zur has been promoted to Senior Vice President of Broadcasting and Engineering for KSE Media Ventures, as well as adding the new  title of General Manager of the KSE Network Operations Center in Centennial, Colorado.

Carver has served for the past two years as President and CEO of Altitude, the Denver-based regional sports television network. Her role includes overseeing the network’s business initiatives, sales and distribution efforts, programming, production and new media.  Additionally, Carver has been serving as head of WFN on an interim basis since October of 2012 and was officially named President in July of 2013. She continues these duties, adding CEO to her title and also focusing more on content development and identifying new technology opportunities for both Altitude and WFN.

“Expanding on the dynamic programming schedule and making WFN a leader in fishing and outdoor lifestyle space is my primary goal,” says Carver. “I look forward to growing Altitude and WFN side by side.”

Zur is now SVP of KSE Media Ventures, overseeing operations and engineering for all of KSE Media Assets, as well as General Manger of its network operations facility in Centennial, CO.  Previously, Mr. Zur served as Senior Vice President of Operations and Engineering for Altitude, and before that as Chief Broadcast Engineer for Kroenke Sports.

“It’s an honor to be a part of this team and assume these new responsibilities for all of KSE’s media assets, as well as the General Manager role of the KSE Network Operations Center,” he says. “Over the past five years, we have grown our offerings to include channel origination, media management, traffic, transmission and engineering services for our broadcast partners and clients World Fishing Network, Comcast Sportsnet Houston and the Outdoor Channel. We look forward to continuing to refine and improve these services while developing and deploying new technologies for our partners and organization.”

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