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Cox Names Jason Meder GM Of WFTV-WRDQ
He joins the Orlando ABC-indie duo from a 16-year stint at the company’s Tampa, Fla., radio division.
Major League Soccer’s Orlando City Lions today announced a multi-year local broadcast partnership with Cox Media’s independent WRDQ. The station will become the team’s exclusive English-language broadcast home. Financial terms have not been disclosed. Cox Media Group and the team are also working together to create a TV broadcast network to air Lions matches in […]
Cox Media Group’s VP of Sales Paul Curran will take over as VP-GM of WFTV-WRDQ upon Shawn Bartelt’s retirement on June 19.
Cox-owned ABC affiliate WFTV Orlando, Fla., has expanded its 10 p.m. news on co-owned independent WRDQ to one hour Monday through Friday. “We’ve been on an upward trend with the 10 p.m.,” said Shawn Bartelt, general manager of the two stations.
WFTV Drops 6:30 P.M. News On WRDQ
When Cox Media ABC affiliate WFTV started a 4 p.m. newscast last week, the station canned a 6:30 p.m. newscast on co-owned independent WRDQ. Repeats of That ’70s Show are airing from 6 to 7 p.m. on WRDQ. “With the launch of the 4 p.m. news on WFTV, we felt it was the right time to put sitcoms in that hour, to prepare for the fall and to use some of the 6:30 resources for the 4 p.m.,” said WFTV-WRDQ GM Shawn Bartelt.