John Wallace, a 19-year NBC veteran, is being tapped to take over the NBC Universal TV stations division. Wallace began his career as an NBC Page and will immediately oversee the 10 NBC owned-and-operated stations.
From NBCU CEO Jeff Zucker: “John is a smart, energetic executive who knows how to plan, execute, and lead a team.” Insiders thought either CNBC President Mark Hoffman or Larry Wert, President of NBC’s WMAQ, were in line for the job…
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