KVVU news director Adam Bradshaw is out after more than nine years there, reports Rick Gevers.
Gevers posted a memo Bradshaw reportedly sent the staff. In it, Bradshaw says “[KVVU gm] Todd [Brown] made the very classy offer to allow me to resign my position today, but I declined and he chose to fire me. He and I have very different opinions about how a News Department should run and we were never going to agree. I hold no bitterness towards Todd for wanting what he wants and you should not either. People move on in this business…I will move on in this business.”
A KVVU spokesperson told TVSpy, “Through mutual understanding and agreement, Adam Bradshaw is no longer employed with KVVU.”
Before joining KVVU in 2006, Bradshaw was news director at WHEC in Rochester, N.Y. He’s also worked as news director at KTVX in Salt Lake City.