Cox Media Group adds responsibility for its radio and digital operations to the news director of its Fox affiliate KOKI.
But only by a slight margin, according to Shareablee. Over the last six months, KOKI has more than 1.7 million social media actions, 27% of the market’s total 6.4 million actions. KOKI also leads on Instagram with just over 22,000 actions. KOTV, the CBS affiliate owned by Griffin Communications, was in second place with more than 1.4 million actions.
The executive is tapped by Cox Media Group to oversales sales at its Tulsa, Okla., Fox-MNT duopoly.
She joins Cox’s Tulsa, Okla., Fox affiliate from co-owned WSB Atlanta where she was managing editor.
The battle for social dominance in Tulsa, Okla. is down to two contenders — Cox’s KOKI (Fox) and Griffin Communications’ KOTV (CBS) -— with the two leaving other local media in the dust. KOKI is currently winning, according to data from Shareablee.
Cox Media promotes him from local sales manager at it Tulsa, Okla., Fox-MNT duopoly.
Cox Media Group taps Greg Bilte and Suzanne Nadell to lead the duopoly and news operations, respectively. Bilte joins the Tulsa stations from Cox’s KTVU-KICU San Francisco; Nadell, from Cox flagship WSB Atlanta.
The classic TV diginet is now carried on subchannels of Newport-owned KTVX Salt Lake City and KOKI Tulsa, Okla. Another Newport station, ABC affiliate WSYR Syracuse, N.Y. will launch Me-TV on Sept. 10.