About Ohlmeyer Kusserow Group
Ohlmeyer Kusserow Group (OKG) is a television production company that specializes in live and taped sports broadcasts for network and cable television. OKG’s founders Chris Ohlmeyer and Lou Kusserow have built trusted relationships within the sports industry during their combined 45 year careers. OKG provides its clients with a trusted resource for turn key sports packaging at competitive price points and prides itself on maximizing the onscreen value from each projects production budget. OKG’s Clients include ESPN, Fox Sports, NBC Sports, Golf Channel, Tennis Channel, SEC Network, Longhorn Network, IMG, The LPGA, Major League Eating, American Softball Association, and Long Drivers of America. In addition to sports telecasts, OKG is involved in the creative development of entertainment and documentary projects.
Executive Producer/Managing Partner
Chris Ohlmeyer has worked in the television industry for over 25 years. His producing credits include the 2007-2009 British Open Championship for Turner Sports and ABC, ESPN’s PGA Tour coverage from 2001-2006, ESPN’s LPGA coverage from 1998-2013 and The Skins Game and Champions Skins Game airing on ABC, ESPN and Golf Channel. He also has produced ESPN’s coverage of The Masters, U.S. Open and Ryder Cup. In addition to running OKG, Ohlmeyer directs college basketball, soccer, baseball and softball for ESPN and CBS Sports Network.
President of Production & Development/Partner
Lou Kusserow co-founded Ohlmeyer Kusserow Group in 2010 after spending three years as Executive Producer at Winnercomm, where he headed both remote and original productions. Prior to joining Winnercomm, Kusserow spent 10 years with ESPN as a producer and director. Kusserow has televised college football and basketball, golf, tennis and numerous other sporting events. Currently, he directs ESPN's Grand Slam tennis coverage of the Australian Open, Wimbledon and U.S. Open.