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Steve Bornstein

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Steve Bornstein (born April 20, 1952) is the chairman of the Media Networks division of the gaming company Activision Blizzard. He previously held high-ranking roles at NFL Network, ESPN, and ABC. While at ESPN, he organized showing SportsCenter reruns during the morning hours. Early life and education Bornstein was born and raised in a Jewish family in Fair Lawn, New Jersey to Julian Leon and Marge Frankel Bornstein. Bornstein is the youngest of four siblings, the others being Fred, Andy, and Faye. He attended the University of Wisconsin–Madison and graduated in 1974 with a Bachelor of Science in communications. Career Bornstein began his career as a producer, and later executive producer, at WOSU-TV in Columbus, Ohio. He also worked with Warner-Amex Cable, producing Ohio State Buckeyes football programming for the company's interactive QUBE system. ESPN In January 1980, he joined ESPN as the manager of program coordination when the c
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