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Matt Kramer
Television Agent, Creative Artists Agency

Matt Kramer is a television agent at leading entertainment and sports agency Creative Artists Agency (CAA), where he represents a multitude of the highest-profile sports media personalities in the industry today.  Highlighted by a growing, diversified, and influential client roster that works across all of the major sports leagues and properties, Kramer represents hosts, play-by-play announcers, analysts, reporters, and insiders.


Based in the agency’s Atlanta office, Kramer is among the most respected and accomplished agents working in the sports broadcasting space today, representing the top ‘insider’ in the NBA (Adrian Wojnarowski), MLB (Buster Olney/Joel Sherman), College Football (Pat Forde), College Basketball (Gary Parrish), and Golf (Jason Sobel), in addition to the country’s most prominent morning sports radio host, WFAN/CBS Sports’ Craig Carton, as well as Fox Sports’ Ray Lewis and Charles ‘Peanut’ Tillman, ESPN’s Marty Smith and Julie Stewart-Binks, NFL Network reporter Aditi Kinkhabwala, CNN Sports’ Coy Wire, NBC Sports’ Leigh Diffey and the host of MLB Network’s morning show MLB CENTRAL Mark DeRosa, and NBA TV’s Kristen Ledlow, among others.


Prior to joining CAA in August 2015, Kramer worked at CSE for nine years, before being named one of the agency’s youngest vice presidents at just 30-years-old.  He represented many of the company’s largest clients in their sports media contracts, and negotiated the largest individual talent deal in the history of Yahoo! Sports.


Kramer graduated from the University of Michigan with a degree in History.