Or . . . Make the the newz boss.
Anyhoo . . .
For decades KCTV5 has been the most sensationalist TV news outlet with an inside line to the fuzz in order to garner insider deets about local crime and talk trash about anybody who routinely badmouths the cops.
And because of that they're probably the most entertaining TV news brand in the metro.
Almost as fun as that Naked News Network that never really took off . . . In a financial sense.
But I digress . . .
The local news outlet also has a habit of exaggerating weather reports and spending far too much time on consumer complaints.
Here's a peek at their recent management switcheroo and a look a worthwhile snub against their former owners . . .
In an internal communication posted by Rick Gevers, station gm Andrew Stewart told staff Glover is “a Gray news veteran that has demonstrated her abilities as a leader in several markets across the country.” He also addressed the high turnover rate experienced while the station was owned by Meredith.
“It is not lost on me and Gray Senior management that our KCTV newsroom has endured a lot of change and uncertainty in the past several years,” said Stewart. “We have some hard working, talented and dedicated employees that deserve consistent management and direction. We understand that clearly.”
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
Kate Glover has been named news director for Gray Television's Kansas City station KCTV. Glover comes to the CBS affiliate from Gray's South Bend, Ind. station WNDU where she's worked since 2017. In an internal communication posted by Rick Gevers, station gm Andrew Stewart told staff Glover is "a Gray news veteran that has demonstrated her abilities as a leader in several markets across the country."