Jason Dizik is in his fourth season as the lead game producer for the Detroit Pistons on FOX Sports Detroit and, at 35, remains the youngest producer in the NBA. He also produces Tigers games for the network where he’s been working since 2008.
The six-time Emmy Award winner also produces events for FS1, B1G Network and FOX Sports Midwest.
Jason works hard to help students who share his love of sports and media. He serves on the Board of Governors for the Michigan Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, where he sits on the scholarship sub-committee. He’s the second vice-chair of the Central Michigan University School of Broadcast and Cinematic Arts Alumni Advisory Board, where he chairs the hall of fame sub-committee.
He and his wife, Emily, met at CMU and endow a scholarship for students focusing on sports media.
A graduate of North Farmington, he sits on the Farmington Public Schools TV-10 Career and Technical Education Advisory Committee. He also serves as executive producer of the Night of Discovery Gala for the Michigan Chapter of the American Cancer Society.
Jason and his family are long-time members of Temple Beth El.