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Gray Announces Management Changes

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Gray Television, Inc.
Gray Television, Inc.

Ronna Corrente

Ronna Corrente
Ronna Corrente

Dana Neves

Dana Neves
Dana Neves

Collin Gaston

Collin Gaston
Collin Gaston

Kym Grinnage

Kym Grinnage
Kym Grinnage

Thom Pritz

Thom Pritz
Thom Pritz

Sue Ramsett

Sue Ramsett
Sue Ramsett

ATLANTA, March 10, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Gray Television, Inc. (“Gray” or “we”) (NYSE: GTN) today announced the promotion of six General Managers as part of an expanded senior operations management team of experienced leaders of local television stations.

Gray promoted Ronna Corrente to Senior Vice President-Local Media to oversee Gray’s television markets in the Southeast. In August 2021, Ronna became the General Manager of Gray’s WAVE 3 (NBC) in Louisville, Kentucky. She has previously served as General Manager of Gray’s WVUE Fox 8 in New Orleans, Louisiana; Gray’s WAFB (CBS) in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and WDKY-TV Fox 56 in Lexington, Kentucky. Under Ronna’s leadership, her stations earned numerous awards for news content and also have excelled at both sales and community service.

In addition, Gray has created the position of Regional Vice President/ General Manager and promoted five General Managers into this new role. These professionals will continue running their current local television stations as they assume oversight of Gray television stations in three additional markets each.

Dana Neves, the General Manager of WFSB (CBS) in Hartford, Connecticut, will now also oversee Gray’s television stations in Springfield, Massachusetts; Bangor, Maine; and Presque Isle, Maine.

Collin Gaston, the General Manager of WBRC (FOX) in Birmingham, Alabama, will now also oversee Gray’s television stations in Montgomery, Alabama; Columbus, Georgia; and Meridian, Mississippi.

Kym Grinnage, the General Manager of WWBT (NBC) and WUPV (CW) in Richmond, Virginia, will now also oversee Gray’s television stations in Greenville-New Bern, North Carolina; Harrisonburg, Virginia; and Charlottesville, Virginia.

Thom Pritz, the General Manager of KCRG (ABC) in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, will now also oversee Gray’s television stations in Sioux Falls, South Dakota; Duluth, Minnesota; and Ottumwa, Iowa.

Sue Ramsett, the General Manager of KWQC (NBC) in Davenport, Iowa, will now also oversee Gray’s television stations in Sioux City, Iowa; Rochester, Minnesota; and Mankato, Minnesota.

The changes announced today result from the decision of Senior Vice President-Local Media Chris Mossman to resign his position to pursue other opportunities outside of Gray Television. Chris explained, “I’ve had a great run with Gray. Now it’s time for me to come home from the road and begin the next phase of my life. It’s been an honor to be part of the Company’s tremendous growth and I wish them well in the future.”

Bob Smith, Gray’s Chief Operating Officer, said, “We wish Chris all the best in his new endeavors and thank him for over 22 years of service to the company in many different capacities.”

About Gray:

Gray Television, Inc. is a multimedia company headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. We are the nation’s largest owner of top-rated local television stations and digital assets in the United States that serve 113 television markets reaching approximately 36 percent of US television households. This portfolio includes 80 markets with the top-rated television station and 100 markets with the first and/or second highest rated television station. We also own video program companies Raycom Sports, Tupelo Honey, and PowerNation Studios, as well as Third Rail Studios.

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CONTACT: Gray Contacts: Website: www.gray.tv Bob Smith, Chief Operating Officer, 404-266-8333 Kevin P. Latek, Chief Legal and Development Officer, 404-266-8333