Thursday, November 18, 2010
KQED 'content officer' to head South Carolina ETV
Linda O'Bryon, the former chief content officer for KQED TV and radio, is moving to South Carolina to become president and CEO of that state's public TV nonprofit. The AP says the South Carolina Educational Television commission voted Wednesday to hire her, and she will start Dec. 1. She said she was was attracted to South Carolina public broadcasting because of its emphasis on education and quality content.
Posted by San Francisco Peninsula Press Club at 6:04 PM