This is a rare opportunity for an experienced, enthusiastic and highly-engaged broadcasting executive to work alongside and lead an impressive group of professionals producing some of the very best local television in the U. S.
Nexstar Broadcasting is seeking an experienced and dynamic Vice President/General Manager to lead KTLA-TV (CW) in Los Angeles, California. Los Angeles is the #2 DMA in the country, with over 5.1 million television households.
KTLA leads the market in the production of local content, airing more than 91 hours per week of local news, weather, sports and programming—60 percent more than any other station in the market. On many days, KTLA’s local newscasts rank #1 in their respective time periods, and the station’s local morning news show consistently draws more viewers that all of its network competitors combined.
This is a rare opportunity for an experienced, enthusiastic and highly-engaged broadcasting executive to work alongside and lead an impressive group of professionals producing some of the very best local television in the U.S.
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