Former listeners of "The Big 8," CKLW in Windsor/Detroit, and radio industry veterans from across North America are pausing to pay tribute to Rosalie Tromblay. The former station Music Director died Tuesday of complications from Alzheimer's Disease at the age of 82.
American Public Television (APT), the syndicator of content to U.S. public TV stations nationwide, is preparing for leadership changes in its Exchange, Syndication and Premium Service programming divisions. The changes are prompted by the retirement of its Vice President of Syndication & Premium Service, and are effective December 17.
The President and Publisher of Streamline Publishing's Radio Ink and Radio + Television Business Report and the VP of Licensing and Industry Relations at BMI have been elected to the Board of Directors of the Library of American Broadcasting Foundation (LABF).
The new VP/GM of Nexstar Media Group's Lafayette, La., operations has been named. It is an individual who is "extremely familiar" with the market and the broadcast TV company's CBS affiliate in the market. He started as a videographer at the station's news department in 1997, and spent 17 years there.
With Marc Hefner's recent rise to the VP/GM role at The CW Network affiliate in Dallas, Nexstar Media Group needed to fill Hefner's chair in Savannah, Ga. It just did, turning to a 30-year veteran who has been in Columbus, Ga., for the past nine years.
He's known for his former role as SVP/Media Systems and IT Development for STARZ Entertainment LLC. Now, he's taking the newly created role of VP of Operations at the owner of 11 low-powered stations and two program networks, one bearing the name of the entire operation.
An Executive VP for Newsgathering at CBS News has been selected, and it is a woman who will have editorial oversight for network newsgathering worldwide, including all domestic and international bureaus.
He was a husband, a father, and a "Poppy." And, he was the founder and President of the Daystar Television Network. Marcus Lamb has passed away at the age of 64. The cause of death: COVID-19.
With the transition in power from Vince Sadusky to Wade Davis at Univision Communications in January 2021, Steve Mandala exited the multimedia company devoted to serving U.S. Hispanic consumers. Now, he's resurfaced at one of the fastest growing competitors to Univision.
Media and marketing leaders from across Central California are paying tribute to Mary Lou Gunn, who died on November 24 after a brief illness. Gunn is widely known and respected for her roles at radio stations in Bakersfield and in Fresno, where she ran Lotus Communications' radio properties.
Taking the spot within the Scripps Networks arm is an individual who has held various roles at the network since it was launched in 2011 as the first offering from Katz Networks.
He's been the General Sales Manager of Hearst Television's ABC affiliate in Jackson, Miss., since 2017. Now, he is the station's President/GM. And, his successor as GSM has been named.
Recently, Good Karma Brands promoted Sam Pines to a corporate-level role of SVP. This left the top leadership spot open in Cleveland, where it operates the market's ESPN Radio affiliate. Pines' successor in the market has now been named.
Jim Bohannon, who hosts a nationally syndicated eponymous talk show distributed to radio stations by Cumulus Media-owned Westwood One, has been selected as the NAB Broadcasting Hall of Fame 2022 radio inductee.
He has more than 30 years of experience in radio, television and small business ownership and has most recently served as VP of Sales for iHeartMedia in Milwaukee. Now, this longtime ad sales pro has been tapped as SVP of Sales for both Milwaukee and Madison by the nation's No. 1 licensee of radio stations.