Bill Dallman to Leave KARE in Minneapolis After 2 Years

By Kevin Eck 

KARE president and general manager Bill Dallman announced that he is leaving the Minneapolis NBC station nearly two years to the day he arrived.

In a memo obtained by TVSpy, Dallman told staff they’d be hearing from Tegna senior vice president Larry Delia about what’s next.

“As I reflect on the last two years, I am proud to have had the opportunity to lead our incredibly talented team,” Dallman told staff. Each day, you do exceptional work serving our community and our clients. My last day with the station is June 16.”


Dallman was named gm of the station on June 1, 2o21. He replaced John Remes, who retired at the end of 2020. Before joining KARE, Dallman was news director at KOMO in Seattle, vice president of news for KCBS-KCAL in Los Angeles, vice president of news for Fox Sports 1 in Los Angeles from 2013-2015 and part of the management team that launched Fox’s 24/7 sports network. Before Fox, Dallman was vice president of news for KMSP, the Fox station in Minneapolis-St. Paul. Dallman started his career at KAAL in Austin, Minn.