Daniel Meiseles

Mr. Meiseles joined MSG Sports following more than three decades at the NBA, most recently serving as President and Executive Producer of Content, where he led the development, production and programming of NBA, WNBA and NBA G League content and events globally. This included marquee special event productions such as the All Star Weekend, NBA Finals, USA Basketball and other global events, as well as original content such as ESPN’s 30 for 30: Once Brothers and The Announcement, an acclaimed documentary about Earvin “Magic” Johnson’s HIV diagnosis.  

Mr. Meiseles also previously managed NBA Digital, the league’s cross-platform portfolio of digital assets which includes NBA.com, the NBA App, and other digital products. In addition, Mr. Meiseles oversaw the NBA’s production operations; corporate and special services functions; and managed the league’s relationships with its national, local and regional television partners. He joined the NBA in 1990 as an associate producer. Prior to joining the NBA, Mr. Meiseles began his career at NBC, where he worked as an associate producer on the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul.

Mr. Meiseles graduated with a B.S. in Communication Arts from St. John’s University.