Senior Technical Director Gary Boyarsky is an Emmy, Peabody and DuPont-Columbia Award recipient, working for ABC-TV since 1976.  Career highlights include: America Held Hostage, Nightline from South Africa, D-Day-50th Anniversary, Nightline In The Holy Land, Pre-Game/Post Game/Halftime of Superbowls, Sugar Bowls, SEC Playoff Games, Capital to Capital, Town Meetings all over the United States with Ted Koppel, Peter Jennings and Diane Sawyer, Elections, Democratic and Republican Conventions, Inaugurations, and the Millennium.

Gary has been instrumental in the redesign of ABC's television studio TV-7 (ABC's first all digital control room,) TV-3 (ABC News' former news control room,) and Times Square Studios, home of Good Morning America.  Some of the shows that Gary has worked on are: World News Now, World News This Morning, Good Morning America, World News Tonight, Nightline, Primetime Live, 20/20, Day One, Turning Point, The View, Wide World Of Sports and Dick Clark's New Years Rockin' Eve.  Special Events include 9/11, the Oklahoma City bombing, the funerals of Pope John Paul II and Yitzhak Rabin.  Starting his career at ABC in 1976 in electronic graphics, Gary trained the graphic staff on the Chyron IV.  As one of the youngest Technical Directors at that time, Gary then trained the TD's on the Grass Valley 300 switcher and Kaleidoscope.  Training continued with the GVG 4000 switcher, The Kalypso Duo switcher, Sony 7350 and Sony 8000 switcher.  Gary was involved with the conversion of TV-2, ABC's first High Definition studio which has the Sony 8000G switcher.  ABC's conversion to Cloud Playout hit a major snag until Gary came into the project with some new and old ideas to make this new concept workable.  The network is now fully functional from the Cloud as a result.

Gary's retirement in 2017 from ABC hasn't stopped him, having worked on Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve-2018.

Paul Glaser, Roone Arledge, Vincent Perry, Gary Boyarsky