NED AUGUSTENBORG has produced a wide range of content in the television industry, having produced or directed for ESPN, MSNBC, CNN, The Mountain Sports Network, Canadian Sports Network, Prime Ticket, CNBC and Sports Net.
Following his formal education at the University of Southern California and the University of Arizona, Augustenborg began his career in computer animation while collaborating on experimental video projects at the Long Beach Museum of Art Video Annex, followed by producing documentaries on such diverse subjects as the California Department of Corrections, a struggling Los Angeles Latino rock band and the early life of Nobel Prize winner Glenn T. Seaborg.
In addition to his freelance production career, Augustenborg also managed several studios for a variety of Cable TV operators throughout Southern California.
A recipient of multiple Emmy and CableACE Awards in the categories of Entertainment, Documentary, News and Sports; Augustenborg most recently produced and directed for Time Warner Cable’s newly developed sports channels in Southern California for which he received two Emmy nominations for "Best Live Sports Coverage" in 2014. Currently, Augustenborg is concentrating on the completion of his latest documentary…“The Ballad of Don Lewis”.