KNBC's VP for News Was Top Manager in Three Cities
Vickie Burns, who came to NBC's Los Angeles station as vice president/news after holding vice president positions at NBC stations in New York and Los Angeles, is stepping down at KNBC and leaving NBC, she said Friday.
"Vickie is pursuing other opportunities — in and out of the company; her last day at the station, however, is today," Terri Hernandez Rosales, vice president of communications and community affairs at KNBC, rebranded as "NBC4 Southern California," told Journal-isms.
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After almost two years as vice president of news at KNBC, Vickie Burns is leaving the Los Angeles NBC O&O. “Vickie Burns has decided to leave KNBC to pursue opportunities closer to her family,” a KNBC spokesperson told TVSpy. “We’re... Read Post