The local TV veteran will oversee Raycom’s NBC affiliate in Memphis.
Graham Media promotes her from business manager at its KSAT San Antonio to oversee its NBC affiliate in Roanoke, Va.
The former GM of WHO Des Moines will succeed the retired Doreen Wade as head of Meredith’s NBC affiliate.
The former Media General and LIN executive will oversee KOVR and KMAX following Kevin Walsh’s move to San Francisco.
The former GM of WUSA Washington and radio executive is tapped to lead the Fox affiliate in Fort Myers, Fla.
He will step down from the CBS’s Baltimore O&O in September after 34 years with CBS and 44 in broadcasting.
The Wisconsin ABC affiliate owned by Quincy Media has tapped Curtis Miles to oversee the ABC affiliate. He joins from WLS Chicago.
The veteran Rochester broadcasting executive is promoted from sales director to succeed the retiring vice president-general manager Louis Gattozzi at the Nexstar station.
The group owner promotes Jay Barton, Kim Lee, Alan Chatman and Eric Krebs to the top spots in Burlington, Vt.; Bangor, Maine; Gainesville, Fla.; and Charlottesville, Va.
The veteran local TV broadcaster moves from Bend, Ore., to oversee WOOD (NBC), WOTV (ABC) and WXSP.
The head of Meredith’s Nashville NBC affiliate will step down next month after 39 years in local TV. From 2002 until 2011, she was president of the Freedom Broadcast Group. A search is underway for her successor in Nashville.
Scripps is moving the broadcast and digital media veteran from KMTV Omaha to lead its Nevada ABC affiliate beginning next month.
The Tennessee native and TV news and management veteran returns to Nashville to lead Nexstar’s ABC affiliate there.
The CBS Television Stations executive returns to Bay Area following nine years in Sacramento to oversee KPIX and KBCW, plus KSTW Seattle. He succeeds the retiring Bruno Cohen.
The former Univision executive will oversee Azteca America’s operations in Houston.
The CBS-CW affiliate’s long-time leader Jim Lutton will retire in July and be succeeded by Fred Corbus, the current sales director.
The Tribune Broadcasting executive will succeed Greg Easterly in running the group’s CW affiliate in New York.
The former news director will oversee the group’s WBND, WCWW and WMYS.
Tribune chooses the Kansas City Fox affiliate’s news director to succeed the retiring Cheryl McDonald.
Jeffrey Guy, a broadcast executive with 28 years of sales and management experience, moves from South Bend’s WBND, WCWW and WMYS to oversee two Mississippi stations.
She will oversee two TVs and two FMs in the market. She has been the Texas group’s sales director.
Veteran Alabama broadcast and sales management executive Jesse Grear will oversee the station group’s CBS and CW affiliates — WKRG and WFNA — in Mobile, Ala.-Pensacola, Fla.
He joins KSHB-KMCI Kansas City from WKRN Nashville and is succeeding the retiring Brian Bracco.
The former journalist and station executive is tapped to oversee Meredith’s Fox affiliate effective April 10.
He moves from general sales manager to oversee the NBC-ABC affiliate in Clarksburg-Weston, W.Va.
The long-time TV news and management executive has served as president and general manager of CBS Television Stations’ properties in San Francisco since 2012.
The broadcasting and sales management executive with more than 25 years of local media experience is promoted to lead its duopoly of WAVY (NBC) WVBT (Fox).
The former Univision and Telemundo executive is the new GM of Tegna’s CBS affiliate in Miami.
The general sales manager of the group’s CBS-MNT affiliate in Myrtle Beach-Florence, S.C., moves up to replace Randy Ingram who has moved to Nexstar’s Indianapolis duopoly.
The station group promotes Coby Cooper to lead WATE Knoxville, Tenn., He’s succeeded as GM of WCIA-WCIX Champaign, Ill., by Gary Hackler, the duo’s former sales director.
The Louisiana native and longtime sales management executive is tapped by Nexstar to lead its Lafayette, La., CBS affiliate.
Veteran Nexstar local broadcasting and sales management executive Kyle King moves from KMID Odessa-Midland, Texas, to lead KARK and KARZ in Little Rock, Ark., as well as two other stations run under a JOA. He’s succeeded at KMID by Michael Lee, VP-GM of KXXV Waco-Temple-Bryan, Texas.
It makes top leadership changes at its stations in Davenport, Iowa; Lincoln, Neb.; North Platte, Neb.; Marquette, Mich.; and Parkersburg, W.Va.
E.W. Scripps chooses the former GM of WATE Knoxville, Tenn., to head its ABC affiliate in Colorado.
The local TV and sales management executive is tapped by Nexstar to oversee its KSNT (NBC) and KTMJ (Fox) operations as well as Vaughan Media’s ABC-CW affil KTKA.
Raycom promotes the Tucson CBS affiliate’s former news director from interim GM to succeed the retired GM Nick Ulmer.
The Charleston native and former Nexstar sales management executive returns home to lead the NBC-CW affiliate and associated digital services.
The broadcasting Executive with more than 30 years of experience Joins Nexstar from KMGH Denver to lead Nexstar’s CBS affiliate in Raleigh, N.C.
The local broadcast exec moves from the company’s WBOY Clarksburg, W.Va., to take over operations at the Richmond, Va. ABC affiliate.
The head of Scripps’ radio properties in Tucson now is in charge of its ABC-CW duopoly there.