Andy LeCuyer serves as DISH’s Senior Vice President of Programming, overseeing the acquisition and renewal of programming content for DISH and Sling TV. In this role, he leads general entertainment, local broadcast, sports, movie studio and Latino content acquisition, including securing satellite and digital rights (traditional linear, Video On Demand, TV Everywhere and OTT) and programming operations.
Andy joined DISH in 2011 as Director of Programming, overseeing local retransmission relationships nationwide. Soon after, he assumed responsibility for Premium, Pay-Per-View and International programming. Most recently, Andy led multiple negotiations to secure landmark programming agreements for the launch of Sling TV, the U.S. pay-TV industry’s first live over-the-top television service. In 2017, Cablefax named Andy to its annual “Most Innovative People in Multiscreen” list, which celebrates those who fight to create the best multiscreen experience for consumers.
Prior to joining DISH, Andy served as Vice President of Strategic Planning for a consumer electronics retailer. Additionally, he spent more than four years as a management consultant for McKinsey, covering a wide range of industries including retail and IT services.
Andy earned a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from Princeton University and a Masters of Business Administration from Yale School of Management. Following ROTC training during his undergraduate studies, Andy was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, where he served four years in progressive leadership roles and achieved the rank of Captain.
Andy serves on the board of directors for Big City Mountaineers, a Colorado organization dedicated to transforming the lives of under-served youth through wilderness mentoring expeditions and mentorship. He enjoys exploring the Rocky Mountains with his wife and two daughters and outdoor sports including skiing, hiking and mountain biking.