Television station owner and operator LIN TV Corp. has appointed Vincent L. Sadusky its new CEO. Sadusky has served as the interim CEO following the retirement of former Chairman, President and CEO Gary R. Chapman, effective July 10. The company announced Chapman's plans for retirement in June.
Sadusky had been LIN TV's vice president, treasurer and CFO since 2004. He will join LIN TV's Board of Directors and will continue to act as CFO until a replacement is named, according to the company. The Board is expected to announce a new chairman soon.
Peter S. Brodsky, a member of the board of directors for LIN, said, "Vince has impressed the board with his leadership and vision for maximizing the value of LIN's content and distribution assets in today's evolving media environment. Those qualities, along with his industry knowledge and experience in growing businesses, make him the ideal CEO for LIN."
Prior to joining LIN, Sadusky was CFO and treasurer of Telemundo Holdings Inc. Sadusky has 20 years of business experience, including seven years with the assurance and consulting firm Ernst & Young.
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