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Company Overview of Graham Media Group, Inc.

Company Overview

Graham Media Group, Inc. offers television broadcasting services. The company owns and operates six television stations: WDIV - Detroit (NBC), KPRC - Houston (NBC), WPLG - Miami (ABC), WKMG - Orlando (ABC), KSAT - San Antonio (CBS) and WJXT - Jacksonville (independent). The company was formerly known as Post-Newsweek Stations, Inc. and changed its name to Graham Media Group, Inc. in July 2014. The company was founded in 1949 and is based in Detroit, Michigan. Graham Media Group, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Celtic Private Care of IL & MO, LLC.

550 West Lafayette Boulevard

Detroit, MI 48226

United States

Founded in 1949

Key Executives for Graham Media Group, Inc.

Chief Executive Officer and President
Chief Technology Officer
Vice President of Digital Media
Director of Digital Product Development
Vice President of Research
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Graham Media Group, Inc. Key Developments

Graham Media Group, Inc has Changed its Name to Graham Media Group

Graham Media Group, Inc changed its name to Graham Media Group.

Post-Newsweek Stations Appoints Bert Medina as Vice President and General Manager of WPLG-TV

Post-Newsweek Stations announced the appointment of Bert Medina as Vice President and General Manager of WPLG-TV. Effective immediately, he will oversee the station and its digital channels (MeTV and Live Well network), as well at the station's web and mobile sites and related applications. Previously, Medina held a variety of executive management positions during his 13-year tenure with Univision. He served as Senior Vice President and Operating Manager of the TeleFutura Television Network. Earlier, in Chicago, he served as Vice President and General Manager of Univision's WGBO and TeleFutura's WXFT, launching the latter as TeleFutura's flagship station and positioning them as the number one (WGBO) and number two (WXFT) Spanish-language stations in that market. Most recently, Medina founded and led Cangas Communications, a media investment and management firm focused on commercial television stations, film/TV production and digital media assets in U.S. and global markets.

Post--Newsweek Stations Names William Altman as Chief Technology Officer

Post--Newsweek Stations announced that William Altman has been named Chief Technology Officer. For the past 17 years he had been Director of Information Systems for the Fox Television Stations group.

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