Bill Dallman Named KARE Minneapolis GM

He joins the Tegna NBC affiliate from KOMO Seattle, where he’s been news director since 2018 and succeeds the retiring John Remes.

Tegna-owned NBC affiliate KARE Minneapolis has appointed Bill Dallman president and general manager, effective June 1. Dallman is replacing John Remes, who retired at the end of 2020. Carolyn Mungo, vice president and station manager of Tegna’s WFAA Dallas, will oversee KARE in addition to her current role until Dallman’s arrival.

Dallman joins KARE from KOMO Seattle, where he’s been news director since 2018. Previously, Dallman was vice president of news for KCBS-KCAL Los Angeles, where he led a 185-person team, producing 10 hours of live newscasts per day along with digital, mobile and social news efforts.

He was vice president of news for Fox Sports 1 in Los Angeles from 2013 to 2015 and part of the management team that launched Fox’s 24/7 sports network. Prior to Fox, Dallman was vice president of news for KMSP Minneapolis-St. Paul.

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Dallman has more than 25 years of experience in the media industry, beginning his career as a one-person news bureau anchor/reporter at KAAL Austin, Minn. Dallman also previously worked at Tegna stations KXTV Sacramento, Calif., and WZZM Grand Rapids, Mich.

Dallman graduated with a degree in broadcast journalism from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and was honored with an alumnus Career Distinguished Service Award in 2017.


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