Tom Stultz Elected to XOS Digital Board of Directors
XOS Digital, a leading provider of content management solutions and digital media services for collegiate and professional sports organizations, announced that former IMG College executive Tom Stultz will be joining the XOS Digital board of directors.
Stultz was previously responsible for IMG College’s multimedia rights business as Senior Vice President and Managing Director for College Media. A college sports veteran and seasoned media executive, Stultz was instrumental in adding many top national collegiate properties to Lexington, Ky.-based Host Communications, where he served as president and CEO and strengthened the company’s financial position before it was acquired by IMG in 2007. Recently, Stultz helped negotiate and launch the Longhorn Network, an innovative partnership between the University of Texas, IMG College and ESPN, creating the first-of-its-kind network dedicated solely to the Texas Longhorns.
“Tom Stultz is an accomplished sports industry veteran and we welcome his addition to the XOS board,” said Chris McCleary, CEO of XOS Digital. “His experience in working with multimedia rights and collegiate sports properties will provide a strong foundation for XOS’ growth in the years ahead.”
Stultz negotiated and secured more than $1.1 billion in multi-media and sponsorship rights agreements with major universities over the past eight years. He also has more than 35 years of experience in traditional media having served as president & CEO of a chain of six daily newspapers in Georgia from 1996 until 2007.
Stultz earned his MBA from Georgia State University and currently lives in Lexington, Ky with his wife, Pat.