Marc Jaromin Named GM Of WKBW Buffalo

The management, marketing and sales executive is chosen to oversee the Scripps ABC affiliate beginning today.

The E.W. Scripps Co. appointed Marc Jaromin as vice president and general manager or its ABC affiliate WKBW in Buffalo, N.Y. (DMA 52), effective today.

Jaromin has more than 20 years of experience working across television station operations, including local station ownership, management, marketing and sales. He currently is president and CEO of Roundtable Management Services, a media consulting business in Perrysburg, Ohio.

Previously, Jaromin was director of media operations for Buckeye Broadband, an Ohio-based multichannel video programming distributor, and vice president and general manager of WROC Rochester, N.Y.

Early in his career, Jaromin also served as local sales manager at WKBW, when it was owned by Granite Media.

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“We are looking forward to welcoming Marc back to Buffalo to lead the WKBW team in serving local audiences and advertisers,” said Brian Lawlor, Scripps president of Local Media. “Marc’s in-depth experience across television operations and his ability to cultivate leadership in others make him a great fit for 7 Eyewitness News and its community.”

Jaromin also serves as an associate dean for the National Association of Broadcasters Leadership Foundation’s Broadcast Leadership Training program.


A native of Buffalo, Jaromin attended Canisius College and received his degree in broadcast and mass communications from the State University of New York at Oswego.

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Paul Greeley says:

October 14, 2019 at 11:50 am

I’ve had the pleasure of working with and knowing Marc. Good choice. As the Marines like to say, Get some, Marc.

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