Jeff Proctor

Jeff Proctor

With more than 30 years of experience in television production, Jeff Proctor has produced hundreds of professional and collegiate sporting events and has served as executive producer for thousands of others. He is the president and founder of ProAngle Media, a production company that has been responsible for local and national telecasts since 2005.

Recently, Proctor has expanded beyond his primary focus on sports. In early 2022, he developed and sold a game show to Fox. He is both the creator and an executive producer of "Person, Place or Thing" which debuted in 2022 and is currently airing on over 200 television stations nationally.  He is executive producer and co-creator of a show called "Fixing Us," a four-part series about creating positive outcomes for individuals struggling with health issues. Season one of "Fixing Us" aired on NBC O&O’s in September 2022. 

While at ProAngle, Proctor has been a media consultant to the Los Angeles Lakers, providing expertise and advice to the club when they created their regional sports network.  Additionally, he served as the senior vice president of broadcasting for the 2015 Special Olympics World Games that were held in Los Angeles and aired around the world on ESPN. 

Prior to establishing ProAngle, Proctor was the vice president of sports for KCBS and KCAL where he oversaw the duopoly’s sports content.  While there, he also produced Clippers and Angels telecasts. Prior to arriving at KCAL/KCBS, he spent five years as executive producer at Fox Sports West and West 2, the nation’s largest regional sports network.  While there, Proctor budgeted, staffed and oversaw more than 1,600 events annually while producing a minimum of 20 collegiate and professional sporting events annually.

During his career, Proctor has won 13 Los Angeles Area Sports Emmy Awards as both a producer and executive producer including producing wins for best live sports production and best sports series.  He’s a graduate of the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service and he played four years of baseball for the Hoyas.  He’s currently a member of the advisory board for the Los Angeles Sports and Entertainment Commission, and he’s a board member and former chairman of the board for LA36, the Los Angeles County run television station and Joe Torre’s Safe at Home Foundation.  He lives in Manhattan Beach with his wife Lisa and has two adult children.