Currently in his 18th season at Major League Soccer, Larry Tiscornia oversees the production and broadcast operations for the League office, overseeing the day-to-day relationships with the league’s national network partners -- ESPN, FOX Sports, Univision and TSN -- and local broadcast partners affiliated with MLS’ 22 clubs. Tiscornia also manages the league’s world feed productions that are distributed to more than 170 countries and territories.

During his time at MLS, Tiscornia has managed the implementation of the broadcast infrastructure during the construction of 15 MLS stadiums. He has also overseen the creation and implementation of a league-wide data and fiber network that connects all of MLS’s venues with the League office and their production facilities. Additionally, Tiscornia oversaw the digitization of MLS’ historical video archives dating back to 1996, the League’s inaugural year.

Tiscornia started his career at ABC Sports in 1998, after graduating from Penn State University with a degree in Telecommunications.