WSKG Public Media Names New President & CEO

WSKG is pleased to announce that its Board of Trustees has selected Mr. Greg Catlin as its next President and CEO. Mr. Catlin will join WSKG on December 5, 2016.  From a field of 58 applicants, Mr. Catlin was the unanimous choice of the Board.  Mr. Catlin will work with staff and the Board of Trustees in developing new programing and education projects, expanding the local news and its online presence, and in creating more visibility for the station. Mr. Catlin was formerly the general manager of WBNG-TV in Binghamton, New York where he spent nearly 34 years of his career.  While at WBNG, Mr. Catlin rose through the ranks from news reporter to news anchor, to news director, to vice president of news, and eventually to General Manager. “We are excited to find that the best candidate was also a local candidate” said Katherine A. Fitzgerald, Chair of the WSKG Search Committee.  “We believe that Mr. Catlin is the right person to lead our station in expansion of our local news coverage, to increase support for our local history productions, and to continue to move all our programing to the various digital platforms.”

WSKG Public Media Names New President & CEO

WSKG is pleased to announce that its Board of Trustees has selected Mr. Greg Catlin as its next President and CEO. Mr. Catlin will join WSKG on December 5, 2016.  From a field of 58 applicants, Mr. Catlin was the unanimous choice of the Board.  Mr. Catlin will work with staff and the Board of Trustees in developing new programing and education projects, expanding the local news and its online presence, and in creating more visibility for the station. Mr. Catlin was formerly the general manager of WBNG-TV in Binghamton, New York where he spent nearly 34 years of his career.  While at WBNG, Mr. Catlin rose through the ranks from news reporter to news anchor, to news director, to vice president of news, and eventually to General Manager. “We are excited to find that the best candidate was also a local candidate” said Katherine A. Fitzgerald, Chair of the WSKG Search Committee.  “We believe that Mr. Catlin is the right person to lead our station in expansion of our local news coverage, to increase support for our local history productions, and to continue to move all our programing to the various digital platforms.”

Board of Trustees Internship

WSKG Public Media has a Board of Trustees internship opportunity available for a student currently enrolled in a degree program at an accredited two or four-year college. WSKG is an equal opportunity provider and strives to develop a richly diverse workplace. WSKG’s educational services, community engagement initiatives, television stations, radio stations, and website combined reach over 600,000 people living in a 21-county area.  With a focus on both local and national news, arts, history, and youth content, WSKG is dedicated to the community it serves, and to the pursuit of innovation and excellence.  Find out more about WSKG in particular by visiting http://www.wskg.org and searching “local content report”.  Find out more about public broadcasting in general by visiting http://www.pbs.org/about/corporate-information/. Description:
The WSKG Board of Trustees Intern Position is intended to introduce the student member to the process of board governance, non-profit budget construction, and general activities of a public media company.

WSKG Management Reports on Station Activities

Management offers these written reports to trustees at their board meetings.  These reports detail activities that have taken place in fulfillment of goals identified as organizational priorities. February 2017 – Management Report
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Management Reports – 2014

For every meeting of the Board of Trustees, management reports on activities that have taken place in fulfillment of the following three organizational goals:

Goal 1: Implement new organizational focus on four content focus areas, or Content Verticals, of Arts & Culture, News & Public Affairs, History & Heritage, and Youth Focused. Goal 2: Develop funding models to support the Content Verticals content development and programming. Goal 3: Connect community with our programming and services. Read the 2014 management reports:
Management Report – October 2014
Management Report – August 2014
Management Report – June 2014
Management Report – April 2014
Management Report – February 2014
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Management Reports – 2013

For every meeting of the Board of Trustees, management reports on activities that have taken place in fulfillment of the following three organizational goals:

Goal 1: Implement new organizational focus on four content focus areas, or Content Verticals, of Arts & Culture, News & Public Affairs, History & Heritage, and Youth Focused. Goal 2: Develop funding models to support the Content Verticals content development and programming. Goal 3: Connect community with our programming and services. Read the 2013 management reports:
Management Report – December 2013
Management Report – October 2013
Management Report – August 2013
Management Report – June 2013
Management Report – May 2013
Management Report – March 2013
Management Report – January 2013