Chief Technology Officer,
Peter Brickman is the Chief Technology officer at WNET, the largest PBS affiliate. WNET’s broadcast properties include, WNET- New York, NJTV- New Jersey and WLIW – Long Island. The WNET family of companies is also a major producer of award winning content in the areas of arts and culture, news and public affairs, science and natural history, documentaries, and children’s programming.
As Chief Technology Officer, Peter Brickman manages the technology initiatives across WNET’s ecosystem. Brickman provides thought leadership in the workflow development for content creation, management and distribution. Brickman also oversees the migration of WNET’s enterprise software systems to cloud based solutions, which include all voice/data systems, cyber security, CRM and strategy regarding future anticipated technological developments
Prior to WNET, Brickman served as Chief Technology Officer at MetLife stadium, the home of the New York Giants and New York Jets NFL football teams. He oversaw the facility’s $100M technology design and implementation. The stadium’s technology innovation was one of the deciding factors for it to be awarded the first east coast Super Bowl site.
Prior to joining MetLife Stadium, Peter Brickman was Managing Director of Ascent Media, a provider of technology and content distribution services. Prior to Ascent, Brickman was at the NFL overseeing the technology, data and product initiatives for NFL SUNDAY TICKET, NFL Network, and Live Game Streaming