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Brian McHale to Join Journal Broadcast Group as CTO
Milwaukee - Mar 31, 2014 - Journal Broadcast Group has named Brian McHale the company’s new vice president and chief technology officer.
In this role, McHale will oversee the leadership, management, implementation and long-term planning of the company's technical and physical infrastructure across its 13 television stations and 35 radio stations in 11 states. He will also ensure the efficient and on-schedule delivery of media content, identify emerging technologies and how to profitably deploy them, and work closely with Journal's leadership team to develop the company's operational and strategic direction.
McHale will report jointly to Debbie Turner, executive vice president – television, and Steve Wexler, executive vice president - radio.
McHale joins Journal from Fisher Communications, where he served as vice president of technology for three years. Prior to his position at Fisher, he was Chief Technologist at Mobile500 Alliance. He also held a variety of senior technology roles at the companies of Liberty Media Corporation, including senior vice president and chief technology officer at DirecTV Sports Networks, vice president of information technology at Starz Entertainment, and vice president of international information technology at Discovery Communications. He also currently serves as a board member and advisor to Wearable X Labs, Inc.
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