Gregg Kelley To Retire As KTVU-KICU GM
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.”
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.”