The news director of Gray Television’s WDBJ-WZBJ Roanoke, Va., CBS-MNT duopoly is promoted to oversee its CBS-Fox duo in Idaho.
The company moves him from its KPAX Missoula, Mont., to succeed the recently promoted Dean Littleton as leader of its Colorado ABC affiliate.
Darryll Green, president and general manager of WFOR-WBFS Miami, will retire as of April 28. He took on the position at the CBS-owned stations in DMA 18 in March 2021, after Adam Levy stepped down.
Imagicomm Communications moves the sales director of its WHBQ Memphis to oversee operations at its three Greenville, Miss., stations.
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What Happens Next For Tegna?
Tegna brings him back to its Florida NBC-ABC duopoly to oversee all operations.
The 20-year Univision veteran will oversee the station’s sales, news, community affairs, operations technology, marketing and promotions departments.
Tegna appoints the former marketing director at WCNC Charlotte, N.C., to lead its NBC affiliates in central Texas.
Sinclair moves him up from sales director to lead its ABC-CW affiliate in Amarillo, Texas.
Sinclair Broadcast Group moves her from KTVL Medford, Ore., to oversee the California Fox-CW duopoly.
Newly minted TV station general managers are often thrown into their jobs with little or no training. It seems like a needless risk for station groups to take with their multimillion-dollar profit centers.
Robby Thomas is tapped to oversee WIS Columbia, S.C., while he will be succeeded as GM of WTVY-WRGX Dothan, Ala., by Valerie Russell.
Jose Flores, GM at KTLM McAllen, Texas, now adds KTMD Houston to his portfolio, while Patricia Buchanan moves from sales VP at KTMD to GM of KVDA San Antonio and KASA Albuquerque, N.M.
He is bumped up from VP-station manager to lead Univision’s television, radio, digital, community, and social media properties in Houston.
Gray Television promotes her from general sales manager to succeed the retiring Al Lancaster as head of the CBS affiliate.
Tony Canales will lead KXAS-KXTX in Dallas-Fort Worth, while Hank Guerrero is tapped to oversee WVIT and WRDM in Hartford, Conn.
Sinclair promotes him from station manager to oversee its ABC affiliate and cable news channel in D.C.
WLJT, West Tennessee Public Television, has chosen Peter Noll to be the station’s new general manager and CEO, effective immediately. He joins from WNBJ, the NBC and CW affiliates in Jackson, Tenn., where he was GM.
Gaston will have oversight of Gray stations in the South, Texas and Colorado. He will be succeeded as head of WBRC Birmingham, Ala., by Jason Mathews, that station’s current general sales manager.
The station group brings him in from KTBC Austin, Texas, to lead KSAZ and KUTP following Mark Rodman’s retirement after 24 years with Fox Television Stations.
He moves from WAOW Wausau, Wis., to oversee KCTV and KSMO in Kansas City.
Gray taps the general sales manager of its WKYT Lexington, Ky., to lead operations at its Florida Fox affiliate.
Sinclair chooses the Kansas stations’ general sales manager to take over leadership.
The former VP-GM of the station group’s Wichita, Kan., duopoly will oversee KRCR, KRVU, KUCO and KCVU in California.
Gray promotes the Georgia CBS affiliate’s general sales manager to oversee all operations.
Sinclair moves her from KUTV Salt Lake City where she was marketing sales manager to lead operations at its Idaho CBS-CW duopoly.
The veteran broadcaster and former KNBC GM is succeeding Bill Lamb as head of the Fox Los Angeles duopoly.
Graham Media Group on Wednesday promoted Ashley Parker to vice president and general manager of KSAT, its ABC affiliate in San Antonio, Texas, effective Oct. 1. Parker replaces Phil Lane, who was recently named VP-GM of Graham’s KPRC Houston. Parker has been at KSAT’s general sales manager since 2013. In her 19 years at the […]
The veteran head of Fox’s Los Angeles duopoly will step down on Oct. 3 after a career of 50 years in television.
WBRZ, the ABC affiliate in Baton Rouge, La., owned by the Manship family, announced that Rocky Daboval, the station’s general manager, is retiring in January 2023. He will be succeeded by the station’s news director Trey Schmaltz.
The veteran Knoxville executive is chosen to succeed Neal Davis as GM of WTNZ (Fox) and WKNX (independent).
Harper moves from WHBQ Memphis to lead Gray’s CBS affiliate in North Carolina, while Crawford is promoted to the new position of WBTV station manager.
Following the resignation of SVP-Local Media Tim Ingram, 10 individuals have been promoted to oversee operations as regional VP/general managers.
David Herrmann is promoted to general manager of KWCH-KSCW in Wichita, Kan., while Patience Hettrick is upped to general manager of WGGB/WSHM-LD in Springfield, Mass.
The veteran broadcast exec will oversee operations at Sinclair Broadcast Group’s Fox-CW duopoly in Oklahoma.
Nexstar promotes the stations’ general sales manager to succeed Judson Beck as leader of the Wisconsin Fox outlets.
Scripps promotes her from local sales manager and an interactive account executive at KNXV Phoenix to oversee its Nebraska CBS affiliate.
The television veteran will oversee all operations of Nexstar’s Ohio NBC affiliate, succeeding Joe Abouzeid.
Sinclair moves her up from general sales manager to the top spot at its Nebraska ABC-Fox duopoly.