He joins the trade group from WTSP Tampa, Fla., and will help members drive new business by using selling tools, training, research and other resources.
TVB Names Brian Wexler Local Division VP
TVB today named Brian Wexler vice president, local division. Wexler brings more than 24 years of broadcast, sales and marketing leadership experience to his new role at TVB. He will assume his responsibilities immediately and report to Brad Seitter, EVP, business development.
TVB said Wexler will be responsible for working with members to create category-specific presentations further establishing local broadcast television as the leading medium for advertisers and agencies to allocate their marketing dollars. He will also work closely with station account executives to promote eBusiness process efficiencies and provide training via webinars, webcasts and in-person meetings.
Wexler has extensive cross-platform business development experience and a long-term record of success. Beginning in 1991 he has served as a local, regional and national sales manager for a number of local stations owned by leading broadcast networks and their affiliates, including Tegna, CBS Television and Fox Television. He joins TVB from Tegna’s WTSP Tampa, Fla., where he was director of national multimedia accounts.
“Brian will play an integral role in helping our members drive new business through the utilization of TVB’s advanced selling tools, training, research and other resources essential to delivering effective local marketing opportunities for advertisers,” said Seitter. “He brings an impressive industry background in delivering tailored multi-platform marketing solutions to his new role at TVB.
Wexler said: “As the medium with the reach, engagement and influence that remains unmatched by any other platform, local broadcast television has a long-term record of providing advertisers with proven revenue-generating marketing solutions. I look forward to leveraging my experience in business development and sales management in my new role at TVB.”