The station group promotes her from business development manager at its KHOU Houston to succeed the retiring Bruce Cummings.
He moves from KXAN Austin to oversee the broadcast and digital journalism efforts of Tegna’s ABC affiliate in Corpus Christi, Texas.
Tegna-owned ABC affiliate KIII Corpus Christi, Texas (DMA 128), has hired Barbi Leo as co-anchor of 3News First Edition with John-Thomas Kobos and meteorologist Alan Holt. “We know people across South Texas have been eagerly awaiting news of Barbi’s next move since she announced she would be leaving KSAB Radio after 21 years,” Nia Towne, […]
KIII Names Leslie Adami As Evening Anchor
Tegna-owned ABC affiliate KIII Corpus Christi, Texas (DMA 128), has hired Leslie Adami to be co-anchor of 3News at 5pm with Rudy Treviño, and 3News at 6 and 10pm weeknights with Joe Gazin. Adami joins KIII from Tegna’s KVUE Austin, Texas, where she has been a morning reporter and fill-in-anchor for KVUE Daybreak and KVUE […]
KIII Names Nia Towne News Director
The former managing editor at WHP Harrisburg, Pa., will run the news operations at Tegna’s ABC affiliate in Corpus Christi, Texas.
What Happens Next For Tegna?
Bruce Cummings Named KIII GM
The Tegna VP also oversees the groups other seven stations in Texas. He succeeds the retiring Dan Robbins.
KIII GM Robbins Announces Retirement Plans
After more than 40 years in broadcasting, Dan Robbins will step down as head of Tegna’s ABC affiliate in Corpus Christi, Texas, at the end of the year.
Reporter Katia Uriarte Moves From KIII To KRIS
KIII’s Joe Gazin Spends 40 Years In Same Chair
KIII Helps Get Prescription Drugs Off The Street
KIII Names Oscar Garcia News Director
The Tegna-owned ABC affiliate in Corpus Christi, Texas, has hired Oscar E. Garcia as news director, effective July 18.
The $215 million deal for six stations extends Gannett’s Texas coverage to 83% of the state’s households.
KIII Celebrates 50 Years Of ‘Domingo Live!’
News happening on the news is always awkward, particularly in a carefully controlled studio environment. So, on Friday, the bug-eyes among the morning news team at KIII Corpus Christi, Texas, were understandable when a house explosion rattled their studio live on the air. Despite occurring almost two miles away, the shockwave of the blast shook the rafters when it occurred during the 5:30 a.m. weather report.
The former head of KBMT-KUIL Beaumont-Port Arthur, Texas, is tapped by London Broadcasting to run its ABC affiliate.