February 1, 2011: Comcast SportsNet Names Ray Frager Digital Media Managing Editor

February 1, 2011: Comcast SportsNet Names Ray Frager Digital Media Managing Editor
February 11, 2011, 10:15 pm
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Bethesda, Md. (Feb. 1, 2011) Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic, the regions premier source for multiplatform sports coverage, announced that veteran WashingtonBaltimore-area sports editor and writer Ray Frager has been named managing editor for the networks digital media portfolio, which is led by CSNwashington.com and CSNbaltimore.com.In this newly-created position, Frager will direct editorial content for the Comcast SportsNets digital media platforms and oversee the growing stable of writers, producers and multimedia reporters that supply the comprehensive regional sports coverage to CSNwashington.com, CSNbaltimore.com and networks other digital assets. He will also lead the continued expansion of the networks social media and mobile efforts and assist with the departments overall operations.Frager, who has more than 25 years of sports journalism experience, joins Comcast SportsNet from FoxSports.com, where he was a web content producer and editor. Prior to that, Frager spent more than 24 years with The Baltimore Sun and BaltimoreSun.com as an assistant sports editor (1992 to 2009) and sports copy desk chief (1985 to 1992). In addition to his duties as an editor, he wrote a sports media column and blog for The Sun and served as an editor for several books published by the newspaper, including one on the Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl championship season.Before joining The Sun, Frager gained experience as a sports editor and reporter with The Dallas Morning News and The Trenton Times. A native of Claymont, Del., he is a graduate of Rider University and recently completed work on two soon-to-be published childrens books on the Baltimore Orioles and Pittsburgh Pirates.Frager and recently-hired writers Mark Zuckerman and Rich Tandler along with their websites, NatsInsider.com and RealRedskins.com are the most recent additions to Comcast SportsNets rapidly-growing digital media department. This experienced group joins a team of established digital media writers and producers that, combined with the networks extensive television programming, provides fans with complete multiplatform regional sports coverage.