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Contact Florio's Boss

Contact Florio's Boss

I've had quite a number of people ask me for these since the Mike Florio article.

EDIT: Most of these email addresses no longer work. Please check the comment section for other suggestions.


If you feel the need to respectfully have your opinion heard, NBC Sports can be reached at [email protected]

Adam Freifeld, Director of Communications at NBC Sports can be reached at [email protected]

Mike McCarley, VP Communications and Marketing at NBC Universal Sports & Olympics can be reached at [email protected]

Lyndsay Iorio, Communications Coordinator at NBC Sports can be reached at [email protected]

Kathy Connors, Manager, Sports Communications at NBC Sports can be reached at [email protected]

Kenneth Schanzer, President of NBC Sports can be reached at [email protected]

Dick Ebersol, Chairman of NBC Universal Sports & Olympics can be reached at [email protected]

NBC can be reached by phone at 212-664-4444 or by fax at 212-664-4426

NBC Sports can be reached by phone at 212-664-2642

Please, take a moment (if you wish) to send your thoughts on the Florio article to the appropriate person.

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Rbuike's picture

Who cares, Florio has been a douchebag since birth. Nothing is going to change that.

M S Yacoob's picture

None of the emails worked...

Alex Tallitsch's picture

I sent Dick Ebersol an email...

bob's picture

or just call florio

(304) 842-9137

Jamie's picture

If the others don't work, try [email protected]

bob's picture

or if your the type to leave drunken messages try the family law practice #

(304) 626-3000

Maybe say your an agent for (insert player) and would like to get some publicity and wondering what the standard rate for that is? Or ask him whats it like to sell out? Either should upset him.

maolizi's picture

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