Keith Allo has 30-plus years in television leadership, with extensive experience in post and live production, creative development, contract and rights negotiations, and team development. His Executive Producer and Director credits span the gamut of live events, reality and competition programs, documentaries, talk shows, national commercials, and prime-time specials.
Allo has worked for and with some of the top brands in sports and entertainment including, NBC, NBC Sports, Gurin Company, IMG, Hearst Media, ESPN,/ABC, FOX Sports, Universal Pictures, Warner Brothers, Golf Channel, and Olympics. Prior to launching Frank Media, Allo served 15 years as Vice President & Executive Producer of Original Productions and Programming Development at Golf Channel (part of NBC Sports), overseeing all production activities for original series and lifestyle programming, including Feherty, In Play with Jimmy Roberts, Big Break, Golf Fix, School of Golf, Playing Lessons, Driver vs Driver, Shotmakers, Altered Course and numerous critically acclaimed documentaries. Additional leadership roles include a C-level executive position with the United States Olympic Committee serving as its Chief of Entertainment Properties and Brand Marketing for three Olympic Games. Allo also served as Vice President of Broadcasting for Championship Auto Racing Teams, Inc (CART), the premier open-wheel racing series in the US,
David Feherty, a former professional golfer on the European Tour and PGA Tour, brings 25 years of media experience as a writer and broadcaster with NBC Sports and Golf Channel, and currently is the main analyst for LIV Golf. Feherty turned professional in 1976 and spent most of his playing career in Europe, where he won five times and finished in the top ten twice in the European Tour’s Order of Merit, placing tenth in 1989 and eighth in 1990. Feherty represented Ireland in international competition and captained the victorious 1990 Alfred Dunhill Cup, while also playing for Europe on the 1991 Ryder Cup team. Feherty is well known as the host of his eponymous interview series, Feherty, garnering numerous Emmy Award nominations for his work. Feherty is also a New York Times and Booksense best-selling author of four books, A Nasty Bit of Rough,Somewhere in Ireland a Village Is Missing an Idiot, An Idiot for All Seasons, and David Feherty’s Totally Subjective History of the Ryder Cup. Feherty also tours the country with his one-man comedy show, Wandering Around on His Own
Dean Butler Dean Butler is a producer, director, and writer of broadcast and non-broadcast entertainment. Through the years Dean has been proud to work under the banners of NBC Sports, PBS, NBC Golf, T-Mobile USA, American Honda, Toyota USA, Kathy Ireland Worldwide, Lionsgate, NBC Home Entertainment, Ten-K Productions, Diageo, United States Olympic Committee, The Duke of Edinburgh's Award, Friendly Family Productions, The National Steinbeck Center, Imavision, Speed, Discovery’s American Heroes, and now Frank Media Productions.
As and actor, Dean is best known for his portrayal of "Almanzo Wilder" on the long-running family drama, Little House on the Prairie, considered one of the most beloved family dramas in the history of television.
Producer credits include Feherty, Pa's Fiddle: The Music of America for PBS, the Aurora Award-winning Goin' Back series for Discovery Military, two US Olympic Hall of Fame telecasts for U.S. Olympic Entertainment and NBC Sports, and two full-length Little House inspired documentaries, Almanzo Wilder: Life Before Laura and Little House on the Prairie: The Legacy of Laura Ingalls Wilder.
In 2024 Dean will release a memoir entitled, Prairie Man: My Little House Life & Beyond with Kensington Publishing. Butler and Allo are currently developing a documentary series titled All Guts, No Glory about the compelling and inspiring history of women’s basketball.
Dan Overleese is the founder of Overleese & Associates, a media consulting firm. Overleese is an Emmy Award winning Director and senior media executive with 40 years of experience in the areas of live production techniques and workflows, strategic facility and operations planning, scenic project management and partner relationships. Prior to founding Overleese & Associates, Overleese served as Vice President of Network Operations for Golf Channel, where he was responsible for all operations at the network’s Orlando headquarters, including studio directing and operations, master control, post- production, on-air graphics, media services and engineering. Overleese joined Golf Channel in January of 2008 after eight years as director of production at PGA TOUR Productions where he played an instrumental role in launching a live production facility and operations for USA Network’s PGA TOUR studio programming.
Prior to TOUR Productions, Overleese worked for five years at ESPN where he won an Emmy for directing “SportsCenter.” He also directed “College GameDay” during the formative years of 1999 and 2000 and launched and directed ESPN’s “SportsCenter” for onsite coverage at golf’s biggest events and major championships.
Overleese also spent 17 years directing at local televisions stations. During that time he was awarded two Emmy awards from the Cleveland chapter of NATAS.your products.
David Haas is an established figure in the realm of entertainment and sports production management, renowned for his exceptional skills and extensive experience. As a veteran operations specialist, production manager, and event management professional, David has honed his expertise in budget forecasting, pre-production, crewing/staffing, travel logistics, finances, and on-site operational supervision. With a keen eye for optimizing production value and maximizing efficiency, he has earned a reputation for streamlining processes and achieving remarkable cost effectiveness. Haas has spearheaded the production of nationally broadcast, high-profile series with substantial budgets, consistently meeting and surpassing budget targets while upholding uncompromising quality. Drawing on his international experience and technical prowess, David has provided invaluable production support for media projects, alleviating administrative burdens and enabling clients to achieve their creative vision with greater ease.
Patrick Devlin is the founder and principal of 407 media, The company specializes in sports and entertainment post-production, with proven performance and client satisfaction. Working with agencies, television networks, streaming services, documentarians and filmmakers. Devlin has 35-years of network television and film visual post-production experience. Devlin spent several years in New York’s fast paced deadline-oriented news environment working for CNN, NY1 News and News 12 Long Island. During that time, he covered such stories as the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, the crash of Avianca Flight 52, The New York Marathon and the Mollen Commission. After leaving New York, Devlin went on to produce, shoot and post nationwide direct response informercials and commercials for several ad agencies. In 1996, Devlin joined Golf Channel/NBC Sports, and became a senior editor working on several of their marquee shows including The Big Break and the Emmy nominated series, Feherty as well as NBC Sports coverage of the Olympics in 2020.
After almost 25 years with NBC Sports, Devlin struck out on his own with 407 Media, a preferred vendor of Frank Media Productions.