April Carty-Sipp Leaves WPVI, Joins the National Association of Broadcasters

By Stephanie Tsoflias Siegel Comment

WPVI vice president and director of programming, April Carty-Sipp, is heading to Washington to join the National Association of Broadcasters.

She will oversee the day-to-day operations and will report to NAB’s chief operating officer, Chris Ornelas.

According to TVNewscheck, Carty-Sipp has worked in senior management for more than 20 years. In her five years at the ABC owned station in Philadelphia, she led local programming.

Prior to WPVI, Carty-Sipp worked in the creative and marketing departments at Comcast-NBC Universal. She was promoted to senior vice president of creative services and brand integration for NBC Regional Sports Networks.

Her first job in television was working for the Philadelphia Phillies at Veterans Stadium.

Carty-Sipp has received six Mid-Atlantic Emmy Awards.

She graduated from Rowan University with a BA in communications.