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A respected Writer and Video Tape Coordinator for the CBS Sports program NFL Today, Anthony Zachariadis draws upon almost 10 years of experience in a wide range of capacities. As a member of the show’s writing staff, Anthony Zachariadis records weekly schedules and statistics for all NFL and NCAA games. He also selects highlights from those games for use on the network. Anthony Zachariadis also collaborates with the editing staff to develop teasers and features to promote NFL and NCAA programming, and trains in the post-production of highlights for halftime and post-game reports. In addition to his professional capacity with CBS, Anthony Zachariadis contributes to a fantasy football blog titled Fantasy Football Champs. He recently posted his “10 Must Know Rules for Auction Leagues” on the blog. Anthony Zachariadis got his start in sports writing during his undergraduate years at Adelphi University in Garden City, New York, where he served as the Sports Editor for the school’s award-winning newspaper, The Delphian. While at Adelphi University, Anthony Zachariadis made his first foray into the field of video editing. In 2002, he functioned as an Intern for NBC Late Night. Impressed by his performance as an Intern, NBC hired Anthony Zachariadis on as a Post Production Assistant for the network’s coverage of the 2004 Summer Olympic Games in Athens. During that period, Anthony Zachariadis utilized his fluency in the Greek language to serve as a translator for Greek and American workers. Anthony Zachariadis earned a BA from Adelphi University in Communications, graduating cum laude with Dean’s List honors. He was also inducted into the Lambda Pi Eta national honor society in 2004. A firm supporter of cancer research, Anthony Zachariadis regularly contributes to The Ronald McDonald House of Long Island’s children’s cancer research efforts. In his free time, Anthony Zachariadis enjoys running, fishing, taking road trips, going to the gym, and playing basketball and softball.

Work experience

2004Present

Writer

CBS Sports, NFL Today

Education

20052007

MA

Fordham University