Entercom News 740 KCBS/106.9 KFRC San Francisco has promoted Jennifer Seelig to Director of News and Programming.
Seelig has worked at KCBS since 2001 and most recently served as Assistant News Director. She previously worked in television at KGO-TV and KRON San Francisco and KOVR Sacramento. Seelig has served as Acting News Director since May 2017 when Jack Swanson exited after two years at the helm.
Entercom, the #1 creator of live, original, local audio content in the United States, announced today that Jennifer Seelig has been elevated to Director of News and Programming for KCBS All News (KCBS-AM and KFRC-FM) in San Francisco.
“I’m incredibly excited that Jennifer will be leading KCBS’s strong team and very important brand. KCBS has a legacy of success serving our community and I’m certain that with Jennifer’s talent and direction, we will take it to the next level,” Susan Larkin, Entercom’s Regional President and Market Manager in San Francisco.
“I am honored to lead the KCBS team of award-winning journalists,” said Seelig. “KCBS is justly celebrated for its incisive news stories and coverage. The station has always provided timely news to the public and we will continue and enhance that tradition. We are committed to providing the best news product to both our on-air listeners and digital audience.”
Seelig has been with KCBS All News since 2001, most recently as Acting News Director and prior to that, as Assistant News Director. Seelig is a graduate of the University of California, Davis with a degree in Political Science.