Robert Alberino is in his first season as the franchise’s Executive Producer. He oversees the in-house production team, 49ers Studios, which is tasked with creating all multimedia and broadcasts across the team’s various platforms which include television broadcasts, stadium entertainment and 49ers.com. He will also oversee all social media and new media for the 49ers.
Before Alberino’s arrival early this year, he most recently served as the Vice President of Media and Marketing for the Kansas City Chiefs. His production division, 65 Toss Power Trap Productions (65TPT), garnered the most broadcast and event-production accolades in Chiefs history. Not only did the Chiefs become the first NFL club to win a New York Festival Award for its work under Alberino, 65TPT was also awarded the franchise’s first 18 Emmy Awards in Chiefs history, and have captured 41 National Telly Awards.
Prior to that, Alberino spent 13 seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles (1997-09). During his time with Philadelphia, Alberino was nominated for 140 Regional Emmys and was honored as the winner of 38 statues. The New Haven, Conn. native also received over 100 Tellys and numerous regional accolades for his work with the Eagles Television Network, which he pioneered in his first year with the team.
Alberino was a filmmaker for NFL Films where he served as a writer/director for HBO’s Emmy Award-winning program, "Inside the NFL." Alberino also worked at television and radio stations in both Pennsylvania and Connecticut. He continues to serve on the Board of Governors of The First Twenty, a non-profit organization that benefits volunteer firefighters and was recently bestowed an honorary enlistment in the United States Army as a Specialist for his work with local bases and the 56th Theater Information Operations Group.
Education: Duquesne University (B.A. 1992). Family: Wife - Lisa; Children - Jordan, Angelina and Stella GiGi.
Connect with Rob on Twitter - @robert_alberino
The San Francisco 49ers today announced they have placed DT Tank Carradine on the Injured Reserve List ans signed G Ryan Seymour off Seattle's practice squad.