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Mark Lund named new GM at WBZ-TV

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Mark Lund is the new president and GM of WBZ-TV and WSBK-TV, the station announced Tuesday. He succeeds Ed Piette, who plans to retire after 43 years in local TV, including the last six with WBZ and WSBK, years that saw departures of such marquee names as Bob Lobel and Joyce Kulhawik. Lund, whose father is ex-CBS president Peter Lund, recently served as executive VP of sales for NBC-owned stations.

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