Richard Graziano has 26 years of extensive knowledge in media. He is known for his inspiration and drive for increasing performance within a wide range of media platforms, including radio, broadcast television, print, magazine, direct mail, mobile, video, digital...Read More
Proven Broadcast Executive with Large Market Expertise Returns to Hartford-New Haven to Lead WTNH-TV (ABC), WCTX-TV (MyNetworkTV) and WTNH.com NEW HAVEN, Connecticut and IRVING, Texas (January 19, 2017) – Nexstar Media Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: NXST) announced today that...Read More
Rich Graziano, Senior Media Executive and leader
Nexstar Media Group, Inc. announced today that Richard Graziano has been named Vice President and General Manager of WTNH-TV (ABC), WCTX-TV (MyNetworkTV) and associated digital services, including WTNH.com, serving Hartford-New Haven, CT (DMA #30). Mr. Graziano will immediately assume his new responsibilities and report to Doug Davis, Senior Vice President and Regional Manager of Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. Click here to read more.
Last day before the Falmouth Road Race for ALS. Thanks to all who have made a donation and it’s not too late to contribute. All help is very much appreciated!
Please help me in the fight against ALS with a donation. I’m running the Falmouth Road Race this Sunday on the ALSONE IRON KNIGHTS team. My personal goal is $20,000. Please take a moment and donate what you can. Please watch the inspiring video about Kevin Gosnell. He was diagnosed with ALS last May and passed away last week. He founded ALSONE to get various ALS fundraisers and organizations to work together to reduce redundant efforts and get results for a cure quicker. Kevin’s sons go to the same high school, Boston College High School, as my son Nick. Kevin is one of my best friends, Bob DiMartino’s, best friend. Kevin was the captain of Bob’s football team at Framingham State. Anyone who talks about Kevin , especially Bob, speaks about him being a man for others, a leader, generous, humble, loving, and an amazing thinker. Please help continue the fight against ALS. Much progress has been made with ALS yet more must be done – this is beatable. Help our team continue Kevin’s fight and legacy. Thank you-Read More
With experience ranging from newspapers and print to television and video to mobile platforms and social media, Richard Graziano brings to ZMG over 26 years of extensive media knowledge. Richard is an industry leader in audience development and sales, and has engineered successful growth strategies at some of the leading companies in media. Richard has weaved core traditional media values into the ever-changing climate of the digital age, providing stability and reliable growth in an industry marked by constant change.
Most recently, Richard served as President and General Manager for WPIX-TV, Tribune Media’s flagship station, at the culmination of a 17-year-long career with the company. While at WPIX, he created a new studio in the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY and negotiated lucrative deals with the Mets and Yankees. He also developed content partnerships with leading brands such as the Weather Channel and Sports Illustrated, and increased digital revenue by 100 percent. Prior to WPIX, Richard served as CEO/Publisher of the Hartford Courant, where he led its first fully integrated cross-media sales team. He was responsible for merging print, broadcast and digital into one unified brand with a common goal of creating engaging content on multiple platforms. From 2008 to 2010 Richard also served as the Senior Vice President of Tribune Broadcasting, overseeing properties in Hartford, Philadelphia and Washington D.C.
Throughout his career Richard has made a strong commitment to serving the community. He works closely with numerous philanthropic organizations focused on social justice, disease awareness, medical research and community improvement. His contributions have been awarded by organizations such as the Muscular Dystrophy Association, Camp Courant and Interval House, and he was named to Hartford Magazine’s “50 Most Influential.”Read More