Ed Kosowski has been named news director for Nexstar-owned Fox affiliate KTXL Sacramento, Calif. This is a move within Nexstar for Kosowski, who has been working as the news director at the group’s KETK Tyler, Texas, since 2016.
Nexstar moves the veteran television and marketing executive from Lansing, Mich., to lead its Fox affiliate in Sacramento, Calif.
New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for general managers at Nexstar stations in Denver and Sacramento, and at Morgan Murphy Media’s outlets in Victoria, Texas.
Following its acquisition of KTXL, Nexstar Will Launch Fox40 News at 7 PM, the market’s only local 7 p.m. newscast.
Tribune’s Sacramento Fox affiliate promotes her from assistant news director to the top spot in the newsroom.
Tiffany Bellingrath will oversee local and national sales efforts, new business and digital sales at Tribune’s Sacramento Fox affiliate.
Tribune Broadcasting on Tuesday announced that it reached a comprehensive, multi-year agreement with Fox Broadcasting to renew the existing Fox affiliations of six Tribune Media stations: KSWB San Diego; KTXL Sacramento, Calif.; WXIN Indianapolis; WTIC Hartford, Conn.; WXMI Grand Rapids, Mich.; and WPMT Harrisburg, Pa. Financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed.
Tribune’s California Fox affiliate promotes its veteran sales director.
The head of Tribune’s Fox affiliate in California’s capital is leaving this week after almost five years at the station. In an email sent to co-workers on Wednesday, Del Core wrote: “A week ago my boss said she wanted to make a change in the station’s leadership.”
Tribune Media’s Fox affiliate KTXL Sacramento, Calif. (DMA 20), in conjunction with Foothill 7 Television and the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office, will premiere Sheriffs…El Dorado County on Saturday, Sept. 20. It is the first of 26 original episodes shot entirely in El Dorado County. Sheriffs…El Dorado County goes on patrol with the deputies and […]
After 10 years as ND at KTVU San Francisco, he will lead the news operations at Tribune’s Fox affiliate in Sacramento, Calif.
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