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Gregg Kelley To Retire As KTVU-KICU GM

The veteran Fox Television Stations exec will step down at the end of the month after 28 years with the company.

Gregg Kelley will retire from his role as vice president and general manager of KTVU-KICU, the Fox-MNT duopoly in San Francisco, effective at the end of October.

In making the announcement, Fox Television Stations CEO Jack Abernethy said: “We have reluctantly agreed to Gregg’s request to retire out of respect and the highest regard we have for him. He has been a positive driving force for 28 years at Fox Television Stations, having led No. 1 news teams at several of our stations, including Boston, Washington, D.C. and San Francisco’s No. 1 station, KTVU.

“Gregg will be missed greatly but his legacy of leadership and success will live on for many years to come.”

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Kelley has been VP-GM in San Francisco for the last four years. Prior to that, he was VP-GM of WFXT, the then-Fox O&O in Boston.

Earlier, he served as VP-GM of WTTG Washington.

Kelley said: “I want to thank the company for the many opportunities. It has been a privilege to work with so many talented people over the years and to be part of such a successful organization.”

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