Fox Television Stations named new general managers to head up its TV stations in Chicago and Philadelphia.
Moving from Philadelphia to Chicago, Mike Renda will oversee WFLD and WPWR, Fox’s owned-and-operated Fox and MyNetwork TV stations as vp and general manager. He replaces Pat Mullen, who is leaving to pursue other interests, a spokesperson said.
In Philadelphia, Patrick Paolini will succeed Renda as vp and general manager of WTXF, Fox’s owned-and-operated station in Philadelphia. Paolini was most recently vp and director of sales of Fox’s New York duopoly, WNYW (Fox) and WWOR (MyNetworkTV).
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