Fisher Communications

Description

Fisher is a Seattle-based communications and media company focused on creating, aggregating, and distributing information and entertainment to a broad range of audiences. Fisher operates 20 television stations, which include network affiliations with ABC, CBS, FOX, Univision and CW that reach 3.5% of U.S. television households, and 3 radio stations targeting a full range of audience demographics. Fisher Interactive Network produces more than 125 local and hyperlocal websites and delivers comprehensive multiplatform advertising solutions to local businesses. The Company is headquartered at Fisher Plaza, a 300,000 square foot media, telecommunications & data center facility in Seattle, WA. Fisher has long-standing ties to the Northwest. Founded in 1910, the Company began with a flour milling operation and soon invested in other Northwest businesses. In 1926, KOMO Radio made its initial broadcast. Expansion of the Company continued with the addition of radio and television broadcasting stations and later in real estate and property management. Fisher is more than part of the community; Fisher is a part of the region’s rich history. Fisher has a legacy of serving the community and setting the standard for innovation and journalistic excellence. Fisher envisions making life better in the communities served by connecting and empowering people through local news and information.

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Bobbi Grigg
National Sales Manager at Fisher Communications
Tim Moore
Chief Transmitter Operator/ Broadcast Engineer at Fisher Communications
Tracy Peoples
Director of Promotions & Marketing at Fisher Communications
Rich Horner
Business Development & Community Partnerships Manager at Fisher Communications
Jim Clayton
V. P. & General Manager at Fisher Communications
Chris Burrup
Production Supervisor at Fisher Communications

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