The longtime local television executive who’s led Raycom’s CBS affiliate for four years started his career as a reporter.
She joined the Tegna Houston CBS affiliate in 2004 as sales director and moved into the GM slot in 2007.
Station GM and television sales executive Larry Strumwasser moves from Sinclair’s Milwaukee stations to lead its Vegas duo of KSNV and KVCW.
She has led the CBS O&O in Chicago since October 2012. Her last day will be March 23 and a successor has not yet been named.
Later this year he will leave the Capitol Broadcasting Raleigh, N.C., NBC-Fox duopoly after 10 years.
The sales exec moves up to the top spot overseeing KBOI (CBS) and KYUU-LP (CW).
The former ABC and Waypoint Media executive is now overseeing the NBC affiliate in Tennessee.
Raycom Media moves the TV executive from its KAIT Jonesboro, Ark., to lead its Cape Girardeau, Mo. CBS-CW duopoly.
The former general sales manager takes over the top slot at Raycom’s NBC affiliate in Wilmington, N.C., following the retirement of Gary McNair.
The pioneering TV news executive caps a nearly five-decade broadcasting career including 25 years at helm of Hearst’s ABC affiliate in Albuquerque.
He’s stepping down after a long career, much of it with the ABC Owned Station Group. Davis started his career in broadcast news as a news photographer in 1977 at KTRK, the ABC O&O in Houston. He was first named president-GM of WABC in 2003. From 2007 to 2010, he was EVP of ABC News. In 2010, he returned to WABC as president-GM.
The Citadel ABC affiliate promotes from within find new general manager, local sales manager, traffic manager, director of broadcast operations and promotion director.
Spanish-language broadcaster LBI Media brings MundoMax exec to oversee the recently acquired station that launches Estrella TV affiliation and adds local newscasts in March.
The station group chooses Native Iowan Mary Ann Johnson to Lead its ABC-CW duo of WOI and KCWI.
Marquee Broadcasting moves up its sales manager to succeed the retiring Kathleen McLain at its Salisbury, Md., ABC affiliate and Azteca America LPTV.
The 27-year TV veteran will oversee ABC affiliate WPDE and CW affil WWMB in South Carolina.
Andrew Deschapelles, the interim vice president and general manager of KTAZ Phoenix and KHRR Tucson, now gets the job permanently.
She is promoted from executive news director to succeed Doug Armstrong who is retiring as president and general manager of its KTVB Boise and KTFT Twin Falls.
Meredith picks the broadcast sales executive to succeed the retiring Al Blinke as VP-GM of its Flint-Saginaw, Mich., CBS affiliate.
The head of sales for WLEX Lexington, Ky., will now oversee the Toledo, Ohio, ABC affiliate, succeeding Pete Veto, who will continue in his role as GM of WJRT Flint, Mich.
Veteran broadcaster Lyle Banks will oversee CBS affiliate WGCL and independent WPCH beginning today. He succeeds Mark Pimentel, who held the post for two years.
The former Tegna exec returns to succeed the retiring Michael Devlin as head of the Dallas ABC affiliate.
Robert Truman is promoted at KATU-KUNP Portland, Ore.; Dean Radla becomes GM of WOAI San Antonio; while Matt Kaplowitz is upped at KFOX-KDBC El Paso, Texas.
Matt Bowman is tapped to lead WCTI and WYDO in New Bern-Greenville-Jacksonville, N.C. He will be succeeded at WXLV-WMYV Greensboro-Winston Salem, N.C., by those stations’ Sales Director Allison Aldridge.
Gray promotes Jasmine Hatcher Hardin from within its Knoxville, Tenn., duopoly to find a successor to retiring Chris Baker.
The local TV veteran with more than 35 years of experience is tapped to succeed Andy Alford as leader of WFLA (NBC) and WTTA (MNT) effective immediately.
José “Joe” Ramos, president and general manager of WAPA San Juan, P.R., for the past 20 years, announced he will retire in the first half of 2018. Hemisphere Media Group, owner of WAPA since 2013, has named Javier Maynulet as Ramos’ successor.
Hubbard Broadcasting promotes the news director of its Albuquerque NBC affiliate to succeed the retiring Mike Burgess next month.
He joins the Orlando ABC-indie duo from a 16-year stint at the company’s Tampa, Fla., radio division.
Mike Cukyne, who has been general manager for the last three years at Meredith’s Kansas City CBS affiliate, has been replaced by Chuck Poduska, who has been with Meredith, in various positions, for 35 years.
The Scripps CBS affiliate adds the top management post to his previous duties as sales director.
The TV sales and management veteran will lead the NBC affiliate in Jackson, Tenn.
He’s stepping down from the Cox Atlanta ABC affiliate and leaving broadcasting after 39 years in the business.
The new head of ABC affiliates KVII and KVIH had worked there earlier in her career.
The leader of Meredith’s CBS affiliate in Flint- Saginaw, Mich., is stepping down after four decades in the broadcasting industry.
WFAA president and general manager Mike Devlin is retiring from the station at the end of the year. Devlin has been at the Tegna-owned ABC affiliate since 2005, when he joined from KHOU Houston.
CBS Television Stations chooses the former GM of KSNV-KVCW Las Vegas to succeed the retiring Jay Newman as head of its Baltimore O&O.
The head of Cox Media Group’s Fox affiliate in Boston will leave at the end of this year.
The CBS/Fox affiliate in Arkansas promotes her from regional sales director and acting GM.
The management and sales executive with more than 20 Years of broadcasting experience returns to WOWK in Charleston-Huntington where he was held sales positions from 2005 to 2014.