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Chuck Carter Named Managing Editor at WPIX

wpix logoChuck Carter is joining WPIX, Tribune’s CW affiliate in New York City, as managing editor. He begins April 28 and will report to news director Mark Effron.

“Chuck is a seasoned broadcast news executive with a proven record of delivering ratings growth. I’m thrilled he is joining our team as we continue to develop PIX11 News,” Effron said in a statement.

Carter joins WPIX from WTIC, Tribune’s Fox affiliate in Hartford. The move reunites him with general manager Rich Graziano, who joined WPIX from WTIC last year.

With the announcement of Carter’s hire, Amy Waldman and Sharon Van Zwieten are taking on new roles at WPIX. Waldman, who was named managing editor last year, will be the new senior executive producer for all newscasts. Van Zwieten, formerly the senior executive producer, will move into a news talent project management role, WPIX says.

More from WPIX after the jump. Read more

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Sharon van Zwieten Joins WPIX as Senior Executive Producer

Sharon van Zwieten has been named senior executive producer at WPIX, Tribune’s CW affiliate in New York City. In her new role, effective June 10, van Zwieten will oversee the content of all WPIX newscasts.

van Zwieten was most recently the senior executive producer of news for Univision Deportes in Miami. She has also worked at ESPN Star Sports in Singapore, CNN, ABC News and CNBC Asia.

“Sharon brings passion, an expert eye for content and a successful track record of news expansion to PIX11 and I’m certain she will be a valuable asset to our news organization,” WPIX vice president of news Mark Effron said in a statement.

The full release from WPIX is after the jump. Read more