New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for sales managers at Nexstar and Cox stations, a morning anchor at a Gray station, and a weather anchor/MSJ at a Standard Media station.
New job openings posted to TVNewsCheck‘s Media Job Center include a managing editor position at a network O&O in Los Angeles, an account exec opening in Memphis and a general sales manager opening in Cincinnati.
Cox promotes her from VP of corporate sales to lead its Fox affiliate in Memphis.
Cox taps the former WSOC Charlotte, N.C., local sales manager to head all sales at its Fox affiliate in Memphis.
Mike Newman joins Cox’s WHBQ Memphis from the group’s ABC affiliate in Orlando, Fla., WFTV, where he was the senior promotions producer.
He moves to Memphis from West Palm Beach, Fla., where he oversaw news operations for WPEC since 2016.
Patti McGettigan, news director of Cox’s Memphis Fox affiliate, died Feb. 16 after a long battle with cancer. McGettigan had beaten the deadly disease twice. She was 53 years old.
Raycom’s NBC affiliate leads its local peers in an active social media market according to Shareablee data. A constantly reassessed approach to Facebook and a steady daily use of Facebook Live is putting it there.
Cox Media promotes him to succeed Michelle Woods in overseeing sales at the Memphis Fox affiliate.
The Cox-owned Fox affiliate in Memphis is undergoing a $700,000 renovation. “It has not been updated in years and years,” said GM Paul Briggs. “We’re gutting it and building a newsroom for today’s environment with consideration to digital and proper communication flow within the newsroom,” he added.
Cox Media Group-owned Fox affiliate WHBQ Memphis (DMA 50) today named Ron DeJoseph creative services director. “Ron has had a distinguished, 15-year career at Cox Media Group, during which time he has been developing his creative and leadership skills and doing great work for CMG Charlotte’s WSOC- TV,” said CMG Memphis VP-GM Paul Briggs. “While […]
The former news director at WOOD Grand Rapids, Mich., will lead Cox Media Group’s Fox affil in Memphis.
The broadcast group moves him from the GSM slot at WSOC Charlotte, N.C., to be VP-GM of the Memphis Fox affil.
Former KTVU San Francisco sales exec Michelle Woods will lead sales at Cox’s Memphis Fox affiliate.
Tom Raponi, who was general manager of Cox’s KTVU-KICU San Francisco, moves across the country to take the reins at WFXT Boston, which goes from a Fox O&O to Fox affiliate. At WHBQ Memphis, Cox is sticking with GM John Koski.
Fox gets Cox’s KTVU-KICU duopoly in San Francisco, with Cox taking over WHBQ Memphis and WFXT Boston, both of which will remain Fox affiliates.
Memphis, Tenn.’s daily paper the Commercial Appeal has seen its traffic decline 30% since putting up a paywall last December and the city’s TV stations — WHBQ, WMC, WPTY and WREG — are using social media to win over and engage the region’s online population.
Fox moves Glenn Berk from national sales manager of its WTXF Philadelphia to lead sales at its Memphis O&O.