The station group taps former Telemundo Boston executive Alexander von Lichtenberg to lead its Fox affiliate WFFF, WVNY and MyChamplainValley.com.
The former GM of WCTI New Bern, N.C., takes over leadership of the Rochester, N.Y., NBC affiliate on July 23.
After 40 years in broadcast TV, he will step down as head of Meredith’s Phoenix duopoly on Sept. 7. A search is underway for his successor.
Tegna taps the KUSA executive to succeed the retiring Susan McEldoon as head of its CBS affiliate in Houston next year.
Each of these four individuals succeeds a regional VP-GM who, until now, have been running a local station as well as overseeing additional Gray television stations. The former RVPs will now oversee Gray television stations on a full-time basis in the new position of television vice presidents.
Tegna moves him up from sales director at KENS San Antonio to run its CBS affiliate in Arkansas.
Citadel promotes him from station manager to the top slot at its Sarasota operation.
TV station exec Mark Pimentel will lead News-Press Gazette’s TV and radio stations including KRDO and KTLO.
Raycom chooses the former GM of WDKY Lexington, Ky., to succeed Lee Meredith at its CBS affiliate in Baton Rouge, La.