The television group’s chief digital and media tech officer has been with the company for more than 20 years.
Jason Effinger, Gray Television’s executive vice president and chief digital and media technology officer, will leave the company in the coming weeks.
According to Gray, “For more than 20 years, Jason has served in numerous news and operations positions in Gray stations across the country as well as Gray management, including general manager, regional vice president, and senior vice president for media and technology. Upon leading the Company to reach several recent milestones, Jason decided to leave his highly demanding position to spend more time with his family.
Gray Television President-CEO Hilton Howell said: “Jason has dedicated over 20 years to Gray Television, as station and industry leader, founder of MomsEveryday and digital entrepreneur. He leaves a legacy of innovation and growth, having helped transform Gray into a diverse and prosperous media company. His service to us and our industry has been exemplary and we all owe him and his family our deepest gratitude.”
Effinger commented: “Gray has allowed me to live out my professional dream, and for that and more, I will be ever grateful.”