COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — The news director of a Charleston radio station has been elected president of South Carolina Associated Press broadcasters for the coming year.
Fred Storey of WTMA-AM was elected at the broadcasters' annual meeting in Columbia on Saturday. He replaced Karen Kelly, managing editor of WSPA-TV in Spartanburg.
Eric Walters, managing editor of WBTW-TV in Myrtle Beach was re-elected as vice president for television.
David Waterman, news director of WVOC-AM in Columbia, was elected vice president for radio.
Four broadcasters were elected to the board of directors: Darryl Huger, assistant news director of WCSC-TV in Charleston; Kelly Golden, news director of WSCC-FM in Mount Pleasant; Brad Neuhoff, news director of WIS-TV in Columbia and Mary Bullard, assistant news director of WHNS-TV in Greenville.
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