Albert T. Primo (born 1935) is a television news executive who was credited with creating the Eyewitness News format.
Alex Wallau is a former President of ABC television. He also worked in their sports division as a boxing commentator. He spent the first half of his career in sports, and he transitioned into management where he obtained most of his experiences as the ABC president. In 1987, he won the Sam Taub Award for excellence in boxing broadcasting journalism.
A. G. "Augie" Hiebert (December 4, 1916 – September 13, 2007) was an Alaskan television pioneer. Hiebert is credited with building Alaska's first television station, KTVA in Anchorage in 1953. He is often called the "father of Alaskan television."
Bill Flanagan is an American author and television executive. He was born in Rhode Island in 1955 and graduated from Brown University in 1977. His books include Written in My Soul (1986), Last of the Moe Haircuts (1986), U2 at the End of the World (1995), and the novels A&R (2000), New Bedlam (2007) and Evening's Empire (2010).
William Harris is a New York, United States, based television executive currently serving as Senior Vice-President of Production and Broadcast Operations for the A&E Television Networks, which includes cable services A&E, The History Channel, The Biography Channel, Crime and Investigation, History en Espanol, The Military History Channel and History International.
Bill Hooper, 47, is the current Vice President and General Manager of WMAR-TV ABC 2 in Baltimore, MD. Bill Is a veteran advertising sales executive who joined WMAR in 2004 as General Sales Manager. He succeeded Drew Berry in January, 2007. Hooper began his career in radio sales in 1983. Prior to employment at WMAR, Hooper was Senior VP and Director of Sales for Infinity Broadcasting. Hooper has a bachelor's degree from Randolph Macon College.
Rudolph William "Bill" Steltemeier, Jr. (June 6, 1929 – February 15, 2013) was an American television executive, Catholic deacon, and lawyer. Steltemeier served as the founding President of the Eternal Word Television Network (EWTN) from 1980 (just before the network's 1981 premiere) until 2000. He also served as the CEO of EWTN from 2000 to 2009. Steltemeier remained the Chairman of the Eternal Word Television Network from 2000 until his death in February 2013.
Brian Bedol is an American television executive, entrepreneur, and founder of the sports television channels Classic Sports Network and College Sports Television. Bedol owned CSN from 1995 to 1997 and CSTV from 2003 to 2006.
Register to update information, save favorites, post photos, news stories and comments.