FRESNO, Calif., Dec. 4, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- ZGS Communications announced today the appointment of Darrell Jennings to lead KNSO Telemundo Fresno. Jennings has over 15 years experience in broadcast media and has lived and worked in the Central Valley for nearly two decades. As General Manager of the station, Jennings will manage the day-to-day operations, working closely with the business community and local organizations to develop new partnerships and enhance existing relationships.
"Darrell brings a wealth of business and management experience, as well as a proven track record in both English and Spanish-language media to Telemundo Fresno and our company. His energy and extensive knowledge of the market will take the station to the next level. We are pleased to add him to our leadership team," commented Julissa Marenco, President, ZGS Station Group.
Jennings most recently served as the Local Sales Manager for KMPH Fox 26, KFRE CW 59, This Network, and Estrella TV in Fresno. Prior to that, he spent 10 years at Univision Television Group where he held various positions including Local Sales Manager. Jennings started his media career at Normart Advertising, Inc., a Fresno ad agency.
"This is an exciting time for Telemundo Fresno and I am looking forward to expanding the Telemundo brand throughout the Central Valley," said Darrell Jennings.
ZGS Communications is a Hispanic-owned multi-media company, headquartered in Arlington, Virginia, that owns or operates 13 Spanish-language television stations, representing the largest group of independent stations affiliated with the Telemundo television network. The television stations are located in Boston, El Paso, Fresno, Ft. Myers-Naples, Hartford, Orlando, Philadelphia, Providence, Richmond, San Antonio, Springfield, MA, Tampa, and Washington, DC. In addition, ZGS owns three Spanish-language radio stations serving Washington, DC and Tampa, and a Spanish-language web portal holaciudad.com, which features local news, community information and resources, and city guides. For nearly three decades ZGS has been a proud community broadcaster with a profound commitment to service, local programming, and the celebration of Hispanic heritage.ZGS Communications
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