She is promoted to succeed Mike Dello Stritto as head of journalism at KOVR and KMAX.
She joins from GM of WGCL Atlanta to succeed Justin Draper in leading the CBS News and Stations CBS-CW duopoly in California’s capital.
KOVR, KCRA, KQCA, KTXL, KXTV and KUVS are now broadcasting with ATSC 3.0 technology.
The station group promotes him from financial controller at KCBS-KCAL Los Angeles to lead its CBS-CW duopoly in the state capital.
The former Media General and LIN executive will oversee KOVR and KMAX following Kevin Walsh’s move to San Francisco.
Tom Bell announced that he’s leaving Sinclair’s newly-acquired NBC affiliate WOAI San Antonio, Texas, to be the next ND for CBS O&O KOVR Sacramento, Calif.
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