Patti Kleinman-Fallick

Fallick serves as Managing Director of Broadcast Operations for the United States Tennis Association (USTA). She manages the USTA’s broadcast department, including the US Open Domestic Broadcast (ESPN) and Global broadcast partnerships. Fallick also manages the US Open World feed shows and telecasts, as well as other USTA events from the USTA National Campus in Lake Nona, Florida.

Prior to the USTA, Fallick was a member of the original team of employees to be part of MLB Network’s record-setting launch on January 1, 2009 in 50 million homes throughout the country. In her role since then, Fallick oversaw the daily integration of MLB Network programming, promotions and commercial content while managing the operational policies and procedures for MLB Network’s and NHL Network’s game, live event, breaking news and special events programming.

Fallick has received seven Sports Emmy Awards for Outstanding Technical Team and Outstanding Daily Studio Show for “MLB Tonight.”

Prior to joining MLB Network, Fallick spent 15 years at the National Hockey League, first working in the league’s Broadcasting Operations department, followed by executive roles with NHL Images and NHL Productions before serving as the NHL’s group Vice President of Media Operations and Planning, where she lead technical and operational executions for the launch of the NHL Network in 2007.

Fallick began her career as a page at NBC, where she went on to spend 10 years working in productions and operations at NBC Sports.

She graduated from Syracuse University in 1978 with a bachelor of science degree in television and radio from the Newhouse School of Public Communications and a bachelor of arts degree in American history.

Fallick lives in Lake Success, NY, with her husband, David, a 1979 Syracuse alumnus, and has three children, Perry (Syracuse ’07), Ashley and Scott.nd Scott.