Alison Redmond is a highly motivated and energetic television executive with unique experience and insight in both the news and sports industries in Canada.
Redmond is currently the Executive Producer of Rogers Hometown Hockey on Sportsnet. Each Sunday the broadcast shares stories of inspiration, inclusivity and diversity, all told through the lens of hockey. Now in its 6th season, Rogers Hometown Hockey has become appointment viewing on Sunday nights for Canadian hockey fans and families.
Redmond has held a number of senior roles in news and sports television. Prior to joining Sportsnet, she was the Executive Producer & Senior Director of CP24, responsible for the editorial and journalistic direction of the network, and for leading a team of award winning journalists, commentators and technical crew in the ever-changing world of 24 hour news. Before that, she was the Managing Editor for Canada’s Olympic Broadcast Media Consortium - the team that produced the Olympic Games for Vancouver 2010 and London 2012. In that role, Redmond led a team from CTV, Sportsnet, TSN/RDS, OLN and Omni, overseeing editorial and story-telling for all Consortium platforms and networks.
Redmond began her career as a journalist with CTV in Vancouver and eventually moved to Toronto to work for CTV News in the national newsroom. Redmond traveled the globe with CTV News, covering major world events like the Boxing Day Tsunami, The Royal Wedding of Will & Kate, the Death of Pope John Paul II and numerous federal elections.
Redmond is a dedicated and proud mother of two boys.