Hayley MacKay Named Director of Production for ONE World Sports

ONE World Sports has hired Hayley MacKay as Director of Production. A native of Sydney, Australia, MacKay has a distinguished career in the global sports television industry. In her new role at ONE World Sports, MacKay will direct all of the network’s production efforts on its linear channel and digital platforms. ONE World Sports, based in Stamford, is one of the fastest-growing independent sports networks in the United States and is available to more than 30 million homes.

one-world-sports-logo2Previously serving as Head of Production at Perform Media, MacKay oversaw hundreds of hours of live sports and sports news content for clients including ESPN, FOX Sports, Football Federation Australia and Cricket Australia. She also managed and guided television and streaming productions across Australia, New Zealand and Europe. Prior to joining Perform as an executive producer, MacKay enjoyed stints as a show and series producer, show creator and production manager at SBS, FOX Studios and Network Ten where she contributed to some of the biggest sporting events, including the Olympics and Commonwealth Games, FIFA World Cup, Australian Open and other Women’s Tennis Association events.

“Hayley brings a vast amount of knowledge and experience to her position at ONE World Sports and has made an immediate impact,” said Joel Feld. “Hayley will play an instrumental role in a wide range of strategic content initiatives with our league and team partners as well our continuing efforts to recruit, develop, and manage the network’s growing roster of on-air and digital talent.

“Having worked all over the world, I am thrilled to be joining ONE World Sports, a growing network that offers such a vast variety of sports and programming from around the globe and help bring it to a North American audience,” said MacKay. “I am equally excited about the network’s newly announced Originals unit which will allow us to create content across all of our platforms that engage and excite our viewers.”