Scott Rothenberg

NEP Group, SVP, Technology and Asset Management

Scott Rothenberg is NEP’s senior vice president of technology and asset management. In his current role, Rothenberg focuses on understanding and matching clients’ needs with NEP’s technical capabilities and capacity. He works tirelessly across all of NEP’s divisions to ensure that the right equipment is always in the right place—and that NEP is always working to develop technical solutions to meet emerging client needs. In addition, Rothenberg is responsible for improving NEP’s internal operations and processes. He works with key vendors to source and develop specialized equipment.

After working as a freelance technician, Rothenberg started with NEP in 1995 as a maintenance engineer after working as a freelance technician, providing engineering and operational support for television crews and solving all manner of problems under the pressure of live television. Rothenberg has been a member of three Emmy Award-winning NEP technical crews (twice for NASCAR and once for PokerDom), and won a CableACE Award in 1995 for his work on “Ripken’s 2131st Game” for HTS. Rothenberg truly loves being a member of the NEP team, and loves sharing the outstanding dedication and commitment with his extraordinary peers and colleagues.

Outside of his busy work schedule, Rothenberg likes to spend his free time playing tennis, trying new restaurants, adventuring outdoors, and traveling around the country with his wife.

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