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Game Creek Video
Engineering Director

Bryan Rule is a three-time Emmy award-winning engineer who has helped lead and grow Game Creek Video for 20+ years. Since joining the company in October 2000, he has held many roles in the engineering department, as it grew from four production trucks when he started to over 60 today. Rule was one of the engineers responsible for ESPN’s first broadcast of the NBA, worked on the HBO broadcast of the Rolling Stones Forty Licks Tour, and was an on-site engineer for NASCAR, NBA, NHL, NLF, and MLB events, as well as the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics. He has served as a project manager for the MLB Playoff for Fox Sports for over a decade, as well as for three Super Bowls.

Rule is currently the engineering director for Game Creek Video in Hudson, NH, where he manages the engineering department, a team of 100+, and runs the Apprentice Program, which he developed in 2012. He is the main engineering recruiter in the company and is responsible for all engineering sourcing and hiring.

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