By Kevin Wing
Editor, Off Camera
Justin Draper is joining Sacramento duopoly KOVR and KMAX as the stations’ new vice president and general manager.
Draper leaves KCBS and KCAL in Los Angeles, where, since 2010, he served as financial controller.
Draper, a 23-year veteran of CBS, succeeds Jay Howell, who is now vice president and general manager of KDKA and WPCW in Pittsburgh.
Peter Dunn, president of CBS Television Stations, said Draper has been a key contributor to CBS’ success everywhere he has worked during his more than two decades with the network’s station group.