March 7: Meet WPIX 11 News Director

RESERVE NOW! For FMC members only, here is an exclusive opportunity to meet WPIX 11 News Director Nicole Tindiglia, find out what’s happening at the station — and maybe even pitch a story. It happens live online on Monday, March 7 at 11 a.m. 

Connecting with news media is vital to improving media relations outreach. Here’s an exclusive opportunity to hear from WPIX News Director Nicole Tindiglia, ask questions and maybe even pitch a story.

Nicole Tindiglia oversees the newsgathering operations of WPIX-TV, and their related digital, mobile, and social media applications. She reports to Chris McDonnell, Vice President and General Manager of Nexstar Media Inc.’s New York City operations.

Prior to WPIX, Tindiglia was Assistant News Director at WCBS-TV in New York City and WNLY-TV, serving Long Island, New York, where she was responsible for helping to set the long-range strategy and day-to-day newsgathering operations of both television stations, overseeing more than 100 journalists, producers, writers, and technical staff in the #1 market in the United States. During her tenure, she also assisted in the creation, development, and launch of CBSN New York, the first local digital streaming news service available from any CBS owned and operated television station.

Tindiglia is the second in her family to serve as News Director of a New York City television station, following her late father Ron Tindiglia’s impactful career in local broadcast journalism in the 1970s and 1980s.

This session will be one hour(ish) and it Includes Q&A. 1.0 FMC Continuing Education Credits. Part of the Fair Media Council Capacity Building & Development Center, made possible by St. Joseph’s College. These workshops are an exclusive benefit of membership in the Fair Media Council. Become a member today. 


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