Vice President, Digital Content
Nate Ravitz is vice president, digital content at ESPN. In this role, Ravitz manages ESPN’s industry-leading app and web experiences, including digital editorial and programming of the ESPN App and ESPN.com, audience development and performance analytics, multiplatform visual content and design, and mobile alerts.
Ravitz joined ESPN in 2007. He first served the company as a general editor of ESPN Fantasy, a hybrid role of editor and writer/on-air talent for fantasy content. He was elevated to deputy editor in 2008, where he oversaw all aspects of ESPN Fantasy content for ESPN.com, including integration across platforms. In 2011, Ravitz was promoted to senior director of fantasy and premium content, adding Insider content and business strategy to his role. In 2014, Ravitz led the development of ESPN Now while adding responsibility for ESPN-branded social media accounts on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. In 2015, he assumed the role of senior director, digital video and push operations, where he added digital video curation and distribution for ESPN digital properties and over-the-top devices, and led the launch of ESPN on Snapchat Discover. Most recently, Ravitz oversaw programming of content strategy for all social media channels for ESPN’s major brands and sports verticals including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat and YouTube.
Prior to joining ESPN, Ravitz held an executive director role at CDM Fantasy Sports, where he led all content operations, including content for Rototimes.com, CDM Fantasy Sports, all fantasy games and two annual preview magazines, of which he was the editor-in-chief.
Ravitz won a Sports Emmy for Best New Approach, Coverage as on-air talent for Fantasy Football Now in 2007. He is also a seven-time PodcastAwards.com winner, including five for Best Sports Podcast and two for People’s Choice for Fantasy Focus Football.
Ravitz graduated from the University of Michigan with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English.