- Oregon Track Club
- Pac-12 Network
- Fox Sports Net
- USA Track & Field
For over 50 years, the Oregon Track Club (OTC) has the guiding force behind the promotion of track and field in Eugene and in Oregon. The leaders of the club comprise athletes and fans of track and field and whose tireless efforts make it possible for Tracktown USA To host major events like the 2008, 2012 & 2016 Olympic Trials, NCAA Track & Field Championships in 2010 & 2013-18, and the 2014 IAAF World Junior Championships of Athletics. The OTC has selected Tracktown Productions to be an integral part of the organizing team, and to produce the in-stadium show for their marquee events.
Headquartered in San Francisco’s SOMA district, Pac-12 Enterprises is the new content and multiplatform media company for the Pac-12 Conference, a leader in collegiate athletics that includes 12 of the most prestigious universities in the world. With a nation-leading 451 NCAA titles across 27 sports, the Pac-12 has earned its preeminent position as the “Conference of Champions.” Tim Lay is Tracktown Production’s principle partner, and has been a director for numerous events including football, soccer, volleyball, and will be a member of the production teams covering men’s and women’s basketball events.
ESPN is the worldwide leader ins sports programming, and produces collegiate sports programming for their linear networks, as well as a variety of syndicated programs for conferences including the SEC, Big East, Big12, Mid-American Conference, Metro Atlantic Conference, Sunbelt and Western Athletic Conference. They also produce web exclusive programming that can be seen on ESPN3.com
Fox Sports Net (FSN) is the collective name for a group of regional sports networks that are primarily owned and operated by the Fox Entertainment Group division of News Corporation.
USA Track & Field (USATF) is the National Governing Body for track and field, long-distance running and race walking in the United States. USATF encompasses the world’s oldest organized sports, the most-watched events of Olympic broadcasts, the #1 high school and junior high school participatory sport and more than 30 million adult runners in the United States.