ThinkTV president announces retirement

David Fogarty, ThinkTV and CET president and CEO

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David Fogarty, ThinkTV and CET president and CEO

ThinkTV President David Fogarty announced Friday that he will retire effective June 30 after more than 40 years in public media.

Fogarty has been the president and CEO of Public Media Connect, the regional partnership of ThinkTV in Dayton and CET in Cincinnati for 11 years. He also has been president of the Southwestern Ohio Instructional Technology Association since it joined the partnership in 2017.

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“I am grateful for the opportunity to work with committed trustees, talented staff, generous donors, community partners and professional colleagues who have made those accomplishments possible,” Fogarty stated in a release.

 

He joined the ThinkTV staff in 1988 as the station manager/director of broadcasting and telecommunications. Although his retirement will come at the end of the fiscal year, Fogarty will continue to work with the station’s leadership to ensure a smooth transition, the release stated.

“David has led ThinkTV and CET through many changes, from bringing the stations together to form the regional partnership Public Media Connect to creating a strategic plan with a strong focus on digital platforms, just to mention a few. We appreciate his leadership and the energy he has put into keeping the stations fiscally healthy as well as on the leading edge of content, technology and public media,” said Carrie Haley, president of the Public Media Connect board of trustees.

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