The Marquee Broadcasting NBC-CBS affiliate in Bowling Green posted on its website: “Out of an overabundance of caution, WNKY 40 Television is choosing to send our employees home who may have come into contact with someone from outside the company who has tested positive for COVID.”
He will lead news expansion at Marquee Broadcasting’s NBC and CBS affiliate in southern Kentucky.
While it closes on the $5.6 million purchase of WNKY Bowling Green, Ky., it promotes the station’s GM, Linda Gray, to COO of the station group.
Marquee Broadcasting is paying $5.6 million for Max Media’s NBC-CBS affiliate WNKY Bowling Green, Ky. (DMA 181), according to the FCC filing. Marquee also owns WMDT Salisbury, Md.; WGDV-LD and WEVD-LP Dover, Del.; and WGTA Toccoa, Ga. Kalil & Co. brokered the deal.
Max Media has filed an application to sell NBC-CBS affiliate WNKY Bowling Green, Ky. (DMA 181), to Marquee Broadcasting. Marquee also owns WMDT Salisbury, Md.; WGDV-LD and WEVD-LP Dover, Del.; and WGTA Toccoa, Ga. The price was not disclosed. Kalil & Co. brokered the deal.
Longtime journalist and TV news veteran Jim Gray has come out of retirement to serve as managing editor of news operations at NBC affiliate WNKY Bowling Green, KY (DMA 182), including its morning news/entertainment hybrid, SoKY Sunrise. Gray is a former reporter and anchor at WBRE Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, Pa.; reporter and editor for Market News Service […]
Jeff Cash, general manager of Max Media’s NBC-CBS affiliate WNKY Bowling Green, Ky., is out after seven years at the station. The station was recently dropped by Glasgow Electric Plant Board cable.