Last week, staff at Fox Television Stations' Central Florida stations learned that their VP/GM since January 2013, Allyson Meyers, would be leaving. We now know who will be succeeding her, and his Twitter profile has already been updated to reflect that change.
The President and owner of California Oregon Broadcasting Inc., founded in 1933 by a NAB Distinguished Service Award recipient, is now being honored by the NAB for her own merits. She'll get the Chuck Sherman Television Leadership Award at the NAB Small Market Television Exchange.
Employee benefits and executive compensation (EBEC) are a big deal when it comes to the C-Suite of the media industry's biggest companies. Pryor Cashman knows this. As such, it has added an attorney in its employee benefits and pay-say department.
Since January 2013, Allyson Meyers has served as VP/GM for the FOX owned-and-operated TV stations serving Orlando and nearby Gainesville. On Thursday, staff at the three stations learned via an internal memo that she has resigned.
The National Association of Broadcasters has announced the finalists for the 2019 NAB Marconi Radio Awards, which honor radio stations and on-air personalities for excellence in broadcasting. The winners will be announced September 26 during the 2019 Radio Show in Dallas.
The CEO of a faith-based film marketing and financing company he founded a decade ago has been selected to succeed the now-retired Mike Novak as Chief Executive of the second-largest licensee of radio stations in the U.S.
In 1980, Perry Priestly took his first role in the field of telecommunications engineering, serving as Senior Project Engineer of Cambridge, England-based PYE TVT. Nearly 40 years later, he's ascended to the role of COO for one of the world's largest manufacturers of radio broadcast equipment.
FOX News has promoted its Executive Vice President of Marketing, On-Air Promotions, Audience Development and Social Media to the role of Executive Vice President of Audience Development and Strategic Partnerships.
Nearly 14 years ago, Sinclair Broadcast Group's television stations in the Steel City welcomed a new GSM. Today, the company is congratulating him on being promoted to General Manager of WPGH-TV and WPNT-TV.
For 5 1/2 years, Dan Baylog has served as the Director of Programming & Research Strategy for WKYC-3 in Cleveland, the market's NBC affiliate owned by TEGNA. Now, he'll need to be a little mindful about wearing any Ohio University alumni paraphernalia while at his new place of work, or about town.
The Media Institute will honor two nationally recognized media company leaders at its annual “Free Speech America” Gala on October 7 in Washington, D.C. One of them happens to lead a publicly traded owner and operator of radio stations.
After 28 months in Kansas City at two stations owned by The E.W. Scripps Co., a former radio industry executive with stints at Connoisseur Media and Clear Channel on his resume is heading back to Music City — this time for a leadership role with WSMV-4.
The nominees for Music Format On-Air Personality are Hollywood Hamilton, Lon Helton, The Mark and Brian Show and Ryan Seacrest. For Spoken Word Format On-Air Personality, the nominees are Joe Madison, Scott Slade, Stephanie Miller and Suzyn Waldman.
Certified public accounting firm Miller Kaplan has a new Director of Media Services. It is a "seasoned sales executive with 27 years of experience in the media industry" — an individual who just departed a Morgan Murphy Media station after nearly a decade at the CBS affiliate.
The session is scheduled for Wednesday, September 25, as part of the annual radio industry convention produced by the NAB and the RAB. This year's Radio Show will be held September 24-26 in Dallas.