10 episodes

The NEXT Women in Media series features conversation with thought leaders, actionable insights and advice for women in media and their allies. Brought to you by TVB NEXT Women, our mission is to help identify, prepare and advocate for women seeking career advancement in local broadcast TV. Stay Connected: https://www.linkedin.com/company/next-women/

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The NEXT Women in Media series features conversation with thought leaders, actionable insights and advice for women in media and their allies. Brought to you by TVB NEXT Women, our mission is to help identify, prepare and advocate for women seeking career advancement in local broadcast TV. Stay Connected: https://www.linkedin.com/company/next-women/

    Ep. 10 Coffee with Ann Hailer

    Ep. 10 Coffee with Ann Hailer

    Grab a cup of coffee and join Abby Auerbach, CCO, TVB & Executive Director, NEXT Women, for a conversation with Ann Pero Hailer, President, CoxReps.
    Ann and Abby discuss DEI initiatives, the power of mentorship, localism, and advice for NEXT women.

    • 16 min
    Ep. 9 Coffee with Nancy Larkin

    Ep. 9 Coffee with Nancy Larkin

    Grab a cup of coffee and join Abby Auerbach, CCO, TVB & Executive Director, NEXT Women, for a 15 minute conversation with Nancy Larkin of Horizon Media.
    Nancy is an industry veteran who has been with Horizon for 29 years. Throughout her tenure at Horizon she has guided the team through many changes in this ever evolving multi-screen world, and has been a leader in the development of automation, advanced TV, targeting platforms, measurement changes and effective communication with stations.
    Nancy and Abby discuss the importance of mentorship and DEI initiatives, the future of local advertising, and advice for NEXT women.

    • 17 min
    Ep. 8 Coffee with Ashley Gold

    Ep. 8 Coffee with Ashley Gold

    Grab a cup of coffee and join Abby Auerbach, TVB and NEXT Women, for a 15 minute conversation with Ashley Gold of Hearst Television.
    In her current role as EVP and group head of Hearst Television, Ashley shares oversight of Hearst’s 33 TV stations and two radio stations. She joined Hearst as VP sales in 2017 after serving as GM of KRON-TV in San Francisco and KOIN-TV in Portland, Oregon.
    Ashley and Abby will discuss the importance of mentorship, the future of localism, and advice for women in the industry.

    • 16 min
    Ep. 7 - Coffee with Jennifer Hungerbuhler

    Ep. 7 - Coffee with Jennifer Hungerbuhler

    Grab a cup of coffee and join Abby Auerbach, CCO, TVB & Executive Director, NEXT Women, for a 15 minute conversation with Jennifer Hungerbuhler, EVP, Head of Local Video & Audio Investment, Dentsu. At Dentsu, Jennifer is charged with innovating consistent and scalable buying and investment capabilities and developing richer media owner partnerships, locally and globally. Jennifer and Abby discuss impressions-based buying, the future of local and advice for women in the industry.

    • 18 min
    Ep. 6 – Coffee with Kathy Doyle

    Ep. 6 – Coffee with Kathy Doyle

    Grab a cup of coffee and join Abby Auerbach, CCO, TVB & Executive Director, NEXT Women, for a 15 minute conversation with Kathy Doyle of MAGNA Global. Kathy oversees all local activity for clients including Amazon, BMW and Coca-Cola, among many others. They discuss leadership skills, work/life balance and the evolution of the local TV industry, including automated TV, impressions-based transactions, new technology, and key strategies. Finally, Kathy will share her advice about mentorship for women in the industry.

    • 16 min
    Ep. 5 – Coffee with Women in Broadcast Technology

    Ep. 5 – Coffee with Women in Broadcast Technology

    Grab a cup of coffee and join Abby Auerbach, CCO, TVB & Executive Director, NEXT Women, for a conversation with Madeleine Noland, President, Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC), and Anne Schelle, Managing Director, Pearl TV.

    Both Madeleine and Anne are at the forefront of moving the broadcast TV industry forward with NextGen TV. They will discuss how innovation in local TV creates career opportunities and the importance of attracting women to the broadcast technology industry.

    • 15 min

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