In 1989, he began his career at the ABC affiliate serving Lafayette, La. Now, some 30+ years later, this longtime Bayou Country local TV leader is returning to the station.
A longtime news anchor for an Entercom all-news radio station is saying goodbye. Sound familiar? Felicia Middlebrooks did it at the end of May. Come Friday, Susan Leigh Taylor will be making a similar move, departing KCBS-AM after 23 years.
Play Ball! The Chief Development Officer for the company that recently acquired 23 MVPD-distributed regional sports networks carrying the FOX brand has just been given additional responsibilities by also taking the newly created role of Chief Strategy Officer/Sports.
He was an original member of the senior management team at the former Triad Broadcasting, serving as an SVP from July 1999 through July 2013. From there, he served as Managing Director for Sports Media Team, a Louisville-based regional sports broadcast media and marketing company. Now, Steve Fehder has returned to radio, in Music City USA.
President Trump has appointed a Salem Radio Network host to the National Security Education Board, which provides strategic consultation and was established by Congressional act in 1991.
The local air personality who holds the Noon-6pm shift on an iHeartMedia-owned hip-hop and R&B station serving the Panama City Beach, Fla., market, has contacted local police after an alleged threat was received via social media.
Starting September 1, a former CBS executive vice president of daytime programs is joining the Hearst Television division that produces educational and informational (E&I) daytime programming as it seeks to broaden its reach and diversify its program portfolio and platforms.
Since 2012, he has served as News Director of WYFF-4 in the Greenville-Spartanburg-Anderson, S.C., market, which includes Asheville, N.C. Now, Bruce Barkley is getting bumped up to his first President/GM role by relocating to the second-largest city in Arkansas for Hearst Television.
The News Director of Hearst Television's ABC affiliate in Savannah, Ga., is being elevated to a newly created position designed to find the best talent to put in front of, and in back of, the camera across all Hearst TV local market newsrooms.
In the new role, the former GSM will be responsible for overseeing all sales operations for the Atlanta market that is comprised of CHR/Rhythmic WWPW-FM "Power 96.1," Country WUBL-FM "94.9 The Bull," Adult Hits WUBL HD2 "The Lake," Spanish Contemporary WBZY-FM "Z105.7," Hip-Hop and R&B WRDG-FM "105.3 The Beat," and News/Talk WGST-AM.
For the past five years, Kristen Corra represented "a leading national wireless communications company" in matters relating to the acquisition and leasing of site facilities for a major law firm from offices in Nashville. Now, she's joining one of Washington's most prominent communications law firms.
A partner in Wiley Rein's Telecom, Media & Technology (TMT) Practice has been elected Co-Chair of the Board of Trustees for the Federal Communications Bar Association (FCBA) Foundation. At the same time, another firm partner will serve as FCBA's Treasurer.
Chalk up another cancellation due to the ongoing novel coronavirus. The Library of American Broadcasting Foundation (LABF) says conditions do not permit it to hold its annual Giants of Broadcasting awards luncheon in 2020.
The CW Network has given SVP stripes to the individual who has spent the last nine years assisting Patricia Dennis with the "screening and evaluation" of all programming broadcast on the netlet — including prime-time, fringe and children's shows as well as on-air promos and commercials.
He's been with iHeartMedia's Premiere Networks since 1999, following his departure from the marketing department at Imus in the Morning, then-syndicated by Westwood One. Now, Premiere is promoting him to the New York-based role of EVP/Affiliate Sales.