Imry Halevi manages Harvard Athletics’ multimedia team and leads all department-wide multimedia and production initiatives.
Halevi has completely reorganized videoboard productions and live game streaming for the Crimson, bringing these efforts in-house and expanding their scope and reach. With the addition of newly streamed sports, the completion of two central control rooms, and the building of an NCAA-leading fully automated streaming infrastructure for tennis and squash meets, Halevi was able to more than double the online viewership and triple the subscription revenue for Harvard broadcasts within his first year.
Over the last few years, Halevi established partnerships between Harvard Athletics and ESPN, NESN (New England Sports Network) and other national and regional networks, to broadcast the Crimson’s in-house productions of football, softball, water polo, ice hockey, basketball, lacrosse, baseball, and wrestling events – the first such relationship in the Ivy League. Staffing the productions almost exclusively with students from local area colleges, Halevi and the multimedia team have been able to provide real-world hands-on experience for dozens of students looking to develop their production and broadcasting skills.
While producing and streaming 32 of Harvard's 42 varsity teams, Halevi has worked with his counterparts from the Ivy League office and the other seven league schools, to launch and develop the league's integrated platform for live and on-demand content – the Ivy League Network.
Before joining Harvard in 2012, Halevi served as the associate director of video production at Northeastern University. Before Northeastern, Halevi served as a video production and graphic design assistant at Boston University’s Agganis Arena.
Halevi is a member of the College Summit Advisory Board and was chair of the Sports Video Group's 2016 College Sports Summit. Additionally, Halevi chairs the Ivy League Digital Strategy Committee, the Ivy League Multimedia Directors Group, and co-chairs the Harvard Athletics Multimedia and Technology Advisory Committee.