69. Sinclair Broadcast Group

Revenues 2016: $ 2.737 billion (€ 2.472 billion)

General Information

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Headquarters:
Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc.
10706 Beaver Dam Road
Hunt Valley, Maryland 21030
Tel. 001 410 568 1500
www.sbgi.net


Company type: public
Financial year: 01./01-12/31
Founded: 1971

2016 revenue: 2.737 $ Mio.

Executives and Officers

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Management:

  • David D. Smith, Executive Chairman
  • Frederick G. Smith, Vice President
  • J. Duncan Smith, Vice President
  • David B. Amy, Vice Chairman
  • Christopher S. Ripley, President & Chief Executive Officer
  • David R. Bochenek, Senior Vice President / Chief Accounting Officer
  • Barry M. Faber, Executive Vice President, General Counsel, Distribution and Network Relations
  • Rebecca J. Hanson, Senior Vice President / Strategy and Policy
  • Steven M. Marks, Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer of Sinclair Television Group, Inc.
  • Delbert R. Parks, III, Senior Vice President / Chief Technology Officer
  • Stephen J. Pruett, Executive Vice President & Chief TV Development Officer
  • Lucy A. Rutishauser, Senior Vice President Chief Financial Officer & Treasurer
  • Donald H. Thompson, Senior Vice President / Human Resources
  • Robert D. Weisbord, SVP, Chief Operating Officer, Sinclair Digital

 

Board of Directors

  • David D. Smith, Executive Chairman
  • Frederick G. Smith, Vice President and Director
  • J. Duncan Smith, Vice President, Secretary and Director
  • Robert E. Smith, Director
  • Howard E. Friedman, Director
  • Daniel C. Keith, Director / Compensation Committee Chair
  • Martin R. Leader, Director
  • Lawrence E. McCanna, Director / Audit Committee Chair

Content

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Partners

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the Open Society Foundations' Media Program,

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Germany's Federal Agency for Civic Education,

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the Rudolf Augstein Foundation,

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the city of Cologne, Germany,

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and the State of Thuringia, Department of Commerce.