TV producer Mike Tullin joins the team of the upcoming Legends series

Future Legends has added a new management partner for professional sports, the organization announced Thursday.

Mike Tullin, co-founder of Mandalay Sports Media, has joined Future Legends in a new role.

“Adding Mike to the Future Legends team brings a tremendous level of creativity, connectivity and professionalism to our professional sports programming, media and fan engagement,” Future Legends founder Jeff Katowski said in a statement. Mike takes us to a whole new level.

Future Legends COO Casey Katowski said in a release that Tullin will serve as a special advisor and partner to the series and teams.

“He is also involved with the ownership of Future Legends Complex and its assets,” said Casey Katowski, who will remain in his role as president of day-to-day operations.

Due to the addition of Tollin, fans should also see continued growth on the creative side.

Tulane won three Emmy Awards, two Peabody Awards and was nominated for an Academy Award in his role as a film and television producer. He executive produced “The Last Dance,” an Emmy Award-winning 10-episode documentary on Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls.

He also produced The Captain, a seven-part documentary about Derek Jeter currently airing on ESPN, and documentaries about Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Allen Iverson and Hank Aaron.

Tollin’s resume also includes directorial credits such as “Varsity Blues,” “Coach Carter,” “The Zookeeper’s Wife,” “Smallville” and “One Tree Hill.”

He was a founding board member of Common Sense Media and Children Now, both of which focus on children and media. and Chasing the Dream Foundation, an organization that provides scholarships to young people. Tulane was founded PACEIt also provides various resources to underprivileged children and their families.

“Having raised two athletic children, I have always been heavily involved in youth sports and the development of young, aspiring athletes,” Tullin said. Working at this level with Future Legends as well as the young professional athletes on our baseball and football teams is a dream come true for me. Needless to say, it is a great opportunity to develop sports media content.

Future Legends is still under construction in Windsor due to delays, so it won’t be complete until the Northern Colorado Owls and Northern Colorado Hailstorm finish their season openers.

Once open, however, the complex will feature TicketSmarter Stadium (6,500 seats), Future Legends Field (2,500 seats), multiple baseball fields, an indoor arena, lodging and retail. The complex will not only host both professional teams, but also sports tournaments and other events.


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