On December 10, 2019, Hubbard Radio's Seattle station group selected Jeff Dubow to serve as the new Executive Producer for the highly successful Brooke & Jubal syndicated program, mostly heard in mornings across the country. Now, Dubow will be co-hosting the program heard on KQMV and on more than 50 stations through Premiere Networks.
The VP/GM of Nexstar Media Group's two television stations in Eastern North Carolina, a former President of his own sales and marketing consultancy, has been selected to serve in a similar role at the company's CBS affiliate serving DMA No. 17.
Monterey Bay is so nice, she's returned twice. In her first tour at Hearst Television's NBC affiliate serving the region, she served as a producer. In 2013, she returned for the role of Assistant News Director. Now, she's back -- as News Director.
The former Managing Editor of Operations at the Minneapolis Star Tribune, most recently in charge of leadership programs at the non-profit Bush Foundation, has been selected to serve as the next President of Minnesota Public Radio (MPR).
A 12-time local Emmy winner and 20-year bilingual news pro is leaving the North Texas Metroplex for the Big Apple. Once there, he'll serve as VP/News for the NBCUniversal Telemundo O&O serving the nation's biggest DMA.
At the end of June, Mike Murphy will officially enter retirement, concluding a run as VP/GM at CBS affiliate KMOV-4 in St. Louis that began in 2015. Who is replacing him at the Meredith Corp.-owned station? Look no further than its Director of Sales.
Learfield IMG College has a new President/CEO. The move comes as its now former leader announces his retirement, ending a 36-year run at the collegiate sports company.
For 19 years, Bailey Coleman has been a vivid voice and featured face of WKKV-FM in Milwaukee, an Urban Contemporary station that signed on the air in June 1991 and has been owned by iHeartMedia through predecessor Clear Channel Communications for 24 years, since its acquisition from Herb McCord's Granum Communications. As of Monday, Coleman's tenure in Wisconsin concluded. She's now in New Orleans, taking a bigger role at iHeart.
Gray Television said Monday that it has chosen "two highly qualified managers from within its ranks" to lead its television stations in a Louisiana market, and a city adjacent to Fort Rucker, Ala. One is a woman who is leaving Harrisonburg, Va. The other was at the Gray-owned CBS affiliate in Charlotte.
Morgan’s Country Kitchen is a popular breakfast and lunch spot in an area of Palm Beach County, Fla., known more for its warehouses than its beaches or nearby polo grounds. Just minutes from a popular concert venue, Morgan's business was decimated due to the novel coronavirus. A Hubbard Radio Country station helped save it.
Scot Chastain is planning to relocate to California's state capital, once stay-at-home restrictions related to the coronavirus pandemic are lifted by Gov. Gavin Newsom. That's because he has been tapped to oversee the market's FOX affiliate, and will be leaving Lansing, Mich.
The Alliance for Women in Media Foundation (AWMF) has made the decision to postpone the 45th Annual Gracie Awards Gala, scheduled for May 19, due to recommendations from public health officials surrounding the novel Coronavirus outbreak. A new date has been affirmed.
Chuck Poduska will officially start his retirement as VP/GM of Meredith Local Media's Kansas City duopoly on March 31. We now know who is succeeding him at the stations.
TEGNA's Senior Director of Corporate Development has been promoted to Head of Investor Relations. At the same time, there's a new VP/Treasurer in place at TEGNA.
With talk of bids from Apollo Global Management, Byron Allen's group and even Trinity Broadcasting Network making headlines of late and Soohyung Kim's Standard General putting pressure on TEGNA for representation on its Board of Directors, John Janedis is exiting the company formerly known as Gannett. Janedis is returning to Wall Street to take a seat Marci Ryvicker once held.