Staff Writer
May 16, 2019

Graham Andrews promoted to president of NEP Live Events

Andrews will also take on the role of CEO at tech production partner Creative Technology.

Graham Andrews, global president, NEP Live Events
Graham Andrews, global president, NEP Live Events

NEP Live Events, a global content producer of live sports and entertainment, has announced Graham Andrews as its new global president. He will also helm the CEO role at tech production partner Creative Technology (CT).

Andrews is a veteran in the industry having worked in live events since 1976, beginning his career as an audio engineer working on theatre and music productions around the world. He then went on to pioneer the development of video as a presentation tool for the corporate events industry, leading to his founding of CT in 1986.

Chairman and CEO Kevin Rabbitt said of the appointment: “I’m confident in Graham’s ability to support our talented live events teams in meeting their operational needs and to act as a global advocate and resource for all of NEP Live Events. These changes position us to continue our growth in the live events industry and to drive NEP forward.”

NEP’s services include remote production, specialty capture, RF and wireless video/audio, studio production, audio visual solutions, host broadcast support, post production, connectivity and transmission, premium playout and innovative software-based media management solutions.


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