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The veteran Knoxville executive is chosen to succeed Neal Davis as GM of WTNZ (Fox) and WKNX (independent).
The veteran leader of Lockwood Broadcast Group’s Tennessee duopoly will end his 33-year career on Aug. 5.
Lockwood Broadcast Group is moving him from Wichita, Kan., to lead its Fox-indie duopoly in Knoxville, Tenn.
He moves up from general sales manager to the top slot at the Lockwood Broadcast Group’s Knoxville indie.
It has changed the call letters of WMAK to WKNX after completing the $2.95 million purchase from Daystar Television announced last November.