Ed Weber

MLBAM is the interactive media and internet company of Major League Baseball. MLBAM manages the official league site, www.MLB.com, and each of the 30 individual club sites to create the most comprehensive Major League Baseball resource on the internet. MLB.com offers fans the most complete baseball information on the web, including up-to-date statistics, game summaries, extensive historical information, and exclusive features about Major League Baseball events and programs, including on-line ticket sales, baseball merchandise, authenticated memorabilia and collectibles, fantasy games, live and archived radio broadcasts of every game, live and archived video webcasts of entire games, pitch-by-pitch enactment of games, and hosted post-game video highlight shows. MLB.com offered more live events on the internet than any other website in the world.

Major League baseball advanced Media appointed Weber senior vice president and CFO in April 2006. Weber is responsible for the strategic and financial planning, financial reporting, treasury, and tax functions of the organization. In addition, he is responsible for human resources and enterprise information systems.

Prior to joining MLBAM, Weber was vice president, controller, and chief accounting officer of Sirius Satellite Radio Inc. In that capacity, Weber was responsible for all SEC and financial reporting, tax, financial operations, general accounting and advertising sales, billing and operations.

Prior to joining Sirius in 1998, Weber held a number of senior level positions in the Controller’s Department of ITT Corporation. Weber also worked as an accountant with Arthur Andersen, LLP.

Weber received a bachelor's degree in accounting from The Pennsylvania State University where he graduated with honors. He received his CPA from the state of New Jersey. He resides in Dayton, New Jersey with his wife and two daughters.

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