Gray Television mentioned it’s altering its administration construction by giving extra of its normal managers oversight of further stations as regional VPs.
The newest strikes observe the departure of senior VP, native media Tim Ingram, the corporate mentioned. In March, Gray promoted six GMs, giving them regional duties after one other govt left the corporate.
Ted Fortinberry, normal supervisor of WLBT, Jackson, Mississippi, will now additionally oversee Gray’s stations in Biloxi and Hattiesburg, Mississippi and Monroe, Louisiana.
Corey Hanson, GM of KPTV and KPDX in Portland, Oregon, may even oversee Gray stations in Anchorage, Fairbanks and Juneau, Alaska.
The GM of WSMV Nashville, Jasmine Hatcher Hardin, may even oversee stations in Bowling Green, Kentucky, and Evansville, Indiana.
Brent McClure, GM of KFDA in Amarillo, Texas, may even oversee the Lubbock, Sherman and Wichita Falls, Texas, operations.
Matt Moran, GM of WOIO and WUAB, Cleveland, will oversee Gray’s stations in Binghamton and Watertown, New York.
Matt Pumo, the GM of WDBJ and WZBJ in Roanoke, Virginia, will now additionally oversee Gray’s tv stations in Bluefield-Beckley and Clarksburg, West Virginia.
Joe Sciortino, GM of WAFB Baton Rouge, Louisiana, will now additionally oversee Gray’s tv stations in Alexandria and Lake Charles, Louisiana.
GM Holly Steuart of WTVM Columbus, Georgia, will now additionally oversee Gray’s tv stations in Albany, Georgia, and in Gainesville and Panama City, Florida.
Don Vesely, the GM of WMTV Madison, Wisconsin, will now additionally oversee Gray’s tv stations in Peoria and Rockford, Illinois.
Gray additionally mentioned Collin Gaston, the regional VP and normal supervisor of WRBC in Birmingham, Alabama, will oversee stations in Dothan and Huntsville, Alabaman and Memphis, Tennessee. He already oversaw stations in Meridian, Mississippi and Montgomery, Alabama.
“We want Tim [Ingram] all the most effective in his new endeavors and thank him for a few years of service to Gray and the native communities during which he efficiently led our main native tv stations,” Gray chief working officer Bob Smith mentioned. ■