Deborah Collura

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Matt King Named WCNC News Director - Posted October 13, 2014
Matt King has been named news director at Gannett's Charlotte NBC affiliate WCNC. King comes to Charlotte from WXIA in Atlanta where he was as... [TVSpy]

KPRC Names Rhonda Errer LaVelle News Director - Posted July 18, 2014
KPRC has named Rhonda Errer LaVelle as news director. LaVelle had been acting news director at the Houston NBC affiliate since ... [TVSpy]

Deborah Collura Named GM of WCNC - Posted May 5, 2014
Deborah Collura has been named general manager of WCNC, Gannett's NBC affiliate in Charlotte. She will begin in her new role on June 2. "Deborah's passion for journalism, multi-media background and more... [TVSpy]

Social Media Falsely Accused in Spread of KPRC's Dead Bodies Report - Posted June 16, 2011
It was a story with the type of intrigue that triggers thousands of retweets: last Tuesday, Houston's KPRC tweeted that dozens of bodies had b... [TVSpy]

WDIV Promotes Kim Voet to News Director - Posted March 21, 2011
Kim Voet has been named news director at Detroit's WDIV. Voet has worked her way up the ranks of WDIV's newsroom for the past 14 years. After working as a news producer, executive producer, and senior exe... [TVSpy]

Deborah Collura to Oversee KPRC News Department - Posted March 18, 2011
Deborah Collura has been promoted to vice president-managing director of news for Post Newsweek stations. Collura has been working as VP of news for the station group and now her... [TVSpy]

KPRC Anchor Owen Conflenti Flips the Bird On-Air - Posted February 3, 2011
With the advent of HD broadcasting and the increasing popularity of widescreen TVs, the TV news industry has had to make adjustments. Stations have erected new, HD-optimized studios, photographers have had to learn new equipment, and anchors have had to change their makeup. One seemingly unforeseen change associat... [TVSpy]