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Published: August 03, 2014, 12:00 AM (CT)
Updated: August 21, 2015, 01:53 PM (CT)
by (@LSUsports), LSU Sports Interactive

As part of the LSU Athletic Marketing Department, the Television departments on the fifth floor of the Athletic Administration Building is responsible for writing, producing, editing and distributing all broadcast video content in the athletics department.

The department produces LSU's four coaches television shows and oversees all television projects associated with the LSU Athletic Department, including the coordination of LSU's video scoreboards in Tiger Stadium, the Pete Maravich Assembly Center and Alex Box Stadium.

Please remember that all productions of the LSU Electronic Media Department are the exclusive property of the LSU Athletic Department. These may not be reproduced or redistributed without the expressed written consent of the LSU Athletic Department or the Electronic Media Department.

John Schiebe
Manager of Television

John Schiebe begins his 21st season in the LSU Athletics Television Department. He came to LSU in August of 1994 from the University of Mississippi where he served as post-production supervisor in the Teleproductions Center.

Schiebe served as a production assistant in Educational Television Services at Oklahoma State from 1984-87 before becoming a producer/director in Agricultural Communications at OSU from 1987-93 when he joined Ole Miss.

A 1986 graduate of Oklahoma State, he was born in Minneapolis, Minn., and attended high school in Oxford, Miss.

Schiebe is married to the former Mollie Clements of Memphis, Tenn., and they have two children, Tom and Pat..

David Landry
Television Producer

David Landry begins his ninth season since returning to the LSU Athletics Television Department in 2006.

The Baton Rouge native spent 12 years in television production in the Baton Rouge area after serving as a full-time television producer for LSU Athletics from 1990-94. He was also involved in LSU Athletics television production from 1988-90 during his time as a student at the University.

Landry graduated from LSU in 1990 with a -bachelor's degree in broadcast journalism. He is married to the former Kim Segura of Baton Rouge and has two sons, Patrick and John.

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Kevin Wagner
Asst. Athletic Director - Televison Operations

In April, 2014, Kevin Wagner was promoted to Assistant Athletic Director, Television Operations, and Wagner will now oversee the LSU Athletic Department's responsibilities for the SEC Television Network.

Included in those responsibilities will be the production of all live digital sports events originating at LSU for ESPN3 and the SEC Network. Wagner will also oversee and coordinate all other television production projects for the LSU Athletic Department.

For the past 25 years, Wagner served as the Executive Producer/Director for LSU¹s four major coaches' television shows (Inside LSU Football, Inside LSU Basketball, Inside LSU Baseball, and Inside Lady Tiger Basketball), and he coordinated video production for LSU¹s video scoreboards in Tiger Stadium, the Pete Maravich Assembly Center and Alex Box Stadium.

Wagner, 58, joined LSU's Television department as Assistant Coordinator in August of 1989, and was promoted to Coordinator of Electronic Media/Television in July of 1994.

A 1980 graduate of LSU in broadcast journalism, Wagner was a four-year Tiger letterman in diving (1975-79), earning All-Southeastern Conference honors in 1979 on the three-meter springboard.

A native of Houston with 35 years of television production experience, Wagner and his wife Karen have two daughters - Allyson and Jennifer - and six grandchildren: Kaleigh, Randy, Conner, Tanner, Carson, and Kyndal.


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