Sharri Berg Named Chief Operating Officer of Fox Television Stations

By Mark Joyella Comment

Fox News co-president Jack Abernethy has named Sharri Berg chief operating officer of Fox Television Stations.

“Over the past 11 years with FTS, Sharri has been an invaluable member of our executive team and has created a robust, efficient and powerful network of shared resources with Fox News,” said Abernethy in a statement. “She is a unique leader whose innovative and strategic management approach will ensure that the stations, as well as Fox News, continue to develop the next generation of journalists.”

Berg was promoted to senior vice president of Fox News and Fox Television Stations in October 2005, and will continue in her role at Fox News Channel, overseeing the synergy between Fox News and the news operations at Fox-owned stations.

Berg, who began her career at Fox-owned WNYW in New York as a sales assistant, has been with Fox News since 1996.

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