President, Producer & Editor
Jason has over 12 years of television production experience in the New York City market. He has worked as a video editor for WNBC-TV, WABC-TV, CNN and NBA Entertainment. Jason has worked closely with dozens of high profile New York City sports reporters and anchors, including Bob Wolff, Len Berman, Bruce Beck and Scott Clark. He has been responsible for editing sports and news stories and features for the 6pm and 11pm newscasts, as well as other national stories covering the Olympics, Super Bowl, NCAA Tournament and NBA Finals.
Jason was also a four-year standout basketball player at St. Michael's College in Vermont. He graduated as the program's all-time career assist leader, and was twice named All State, First Team. In September 2009, Jason was inducted into the Saint Michael's College Athletic Hall of Fame.
Robin is an avid basketball fan who has worked in the television industry for over 30 years. For the past 13 years he worked as a cameraman, editor and associate producer for NY1 News. He is the primary cameraman for the celebrity entertainment show, "Whipple's World", and was also former Mayor Giuliani's cameraman on his trip to Jerusalem in 2001, following 9/11. Robin has won a NY Press Club Award for his work at NY1 News and has also worked on the CBS Network soap opera, "Guiding Light."
Producer & Editor
Dwayne has worked as an award winning producer and editor for NBA Entertainment for 10 years. He has also produced and edited segments and features for network television, including ESPN, NBA-TV, NBA.com and The Marv Albert Show.
Dwayne has won a Sports Emmy Award as an editor for Alonzo Mourning on ESPN's SportsCentury. He has also received three Telly Award's for producing and editing for Spike TV on NBA Rookies, The Kermit Washington Story, and Shaquille O'Neal – "Like No Other". Dwayne has done extensive field production during NBA All-Star Weekend and the NBA Finals.
Dwayne is also an accomplished college basketball player. He began his collegiate career at Virginia Tech University before transferring to American International College.
Lincoln has worked in the television industry for 12 years. He is an accomplished video editor and producer, having worked at Fox 5, NY1 News, SportsNet NY and MY 9 News.
Lincoln has covered all capacities of New York local news and sports, including the 2008 Giants Super Bowl and the 2000 New York Yankees World Series. He has also been honored with the New York Press Club Award for his editorial work covering fashion week.
Lincoln is an avid basketball player, who in the past three seasons, has claimed allegiance to the Boston Celtics, Los Angeles Lakers AND Miami Heat!
Larry has 25 years of experience as a professional television cameraman. He has shot and been nominated seven times as a cameraman for the soap opera series, "As The World Turns", along with shows, "60 Minutes" and "The Joan Rivers Show". Larry has also done extensive work at CBS and The History Channel.
Over his career he has had the pleasure of shooting and interviewing many celebrities including, Bruce Willis, Little Richard, John Travolta and Tony Bennett.
Lloyd has worked in the television industry for 14 years as a video editor for Cablevision's NY1 News. As one of the stations' premier editors, he is responsible for editing special features and events, for the 24 hour news show.
Lloyd was the editor for the Emmy Award winning, "Neil Rosen Talking Pictures Special". In addition to being the lead editor at NY1, he is also the Editing Media Manager for the station's Staten Island and New Jersey bureaus. Lloyd has co-produced and edited, a 9/11 feature for NY1 News, and has traveled abroad with NY1 anchor and reporter, Dean Meminger to edit a feature story in Africa.