MSG taps former Nielsen exec Scott Henry as CTO

Madison Square Garden Company has announced the hiring of former Nielsen executive Scott Henry as executive VP and chief technology officer.

Scott Henry, MSG

Henry (Source: MSG)

Henry worked for Nielsen's Arbitron division for nearly nine years, most recently serving as executive VP and CIO. He also worked for Verizon (NYSE: VZ) from 1997-2006.

In his new role, Henry will work with MSG's executive team on issues relating to software development, engineering and technology.

"Scott's considerable experience in technology development will be instrumental as we focus on finding new ways to use technology to enhance our operations and drive customer awareness and engagement," said Tad Smith, president and CEO of MSG. "We are fortunate to have such a seasoned professional in this important role, and look forward to having him as a part of our team as we continue to strengthen our legendary brands and pursue strategic growth opportunities that expand our businesses."

For more:
- read this MSG press release
- read this Multichannel News story

Related links:
Dolan's MSG selling Fuse to NuvoTV for $226M
MSG recruits Billy Joel to perform monthly concerts at Garden
MSG signs JPMorgan to sell music network Fuse


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