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Imry Halevi Named Director of Multimedia and Production for Harvard Athletics

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Imry Halevi has been named the Director of Multimedia and Production for the Department of Harvard Athletics. Starting his new role Nov. 26, Halevi will direct all video efforts within the structure of the Athletic Communications Department.  

Harvard is the first Ivy League school to create such a position.

Halevi comes to Harvard from Northeastern University where he most recently served as an Associate Director of Video Production. There, he directed live event broadcasting, post-production, branding and graphic design for the Huskies while overseeing hiring and training for the video production team and managing capital and operating production budgets for the Athletics department.

Halevi's work at Northeastern has often been featured by the Sports Video Group.

Halevi built Northeastern’s video archives and coordinated content distribution with national media outlets. His productions have been featured on ESPN, Comcast SportsNet, NESN and multiple local network affiliates.
 
While at Northeastern, Halevi produced the first ever collegiate women’s ice hockey game on the ESPN family of networks, and served as the executive producer for all Northeastern broadcasts on ESPN3. Under Halevi’s direction, the video production team produced over 100 annual broadcasts, which were watched by 30,000 viewers during the 2011-2012 season.
 
Halevi led the re-branding efforts at Northeastern Athletics in 2009, a process that streamlined and simplified the marks and branding guide for the department. Additionally, Halevi coordinated the development process for the Huskies’ iOS mobile app, in use by over 10,000 users.
 
Before coming to Northeastern, Halevi served as video production and graphic design assistant at Boston University’s Agganis Arena, where he created commercial spots for national and local television broadcasts, and produced original content for the center-hung video board at the 6,000-seat arena.
 
Halevi holds a bachelor’s degree from Boston University and a Masters of Business Administration from Northeastern University. A native of Maccabim, Israel, Halevi lives with his wife, Barbara, and daughter, Clara, in Brookline, Mass.