Niki Tuttle

A Denver native, Niki Tuttle is a partner in the Denver office of the international law firm, Hogan Lovells. Niki has more than 25 years of legal experience, most of which has been spent advising many of the nation's largest cable television system operators in connection with the acquisition of television and online programming from a variety of television programming networks, such as Disney, ESPN, MTV, CNN and USA. In addition, she represents programming networks seeking distribution on a variety of platforms, including television, online and mobile. Niki also advises professional sports teams in connection with their local media rights and sponsorship packages, and she represented the cable television industry in its first agreements for out-of-market sports packages with the NBA and the NHL. Prior to the merger with Sirius Satellite Radio, Niki worked with XM to acquire programming for its satellite radio service.

Niki serves on both the board of directors and executive committee for Denver Options, which provides services and support for people with intellectual disabilities. Niki and her husband, Garrett, have two children who enjoy playing soccer. As a result, most of their free time is spent on the soccer fields of Colorado.

Niki earned her J.D. from the University of Colorado School of Law and her B.A. from the University of Colorado at Boulder.


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