KARE 11 has announced that veteran journalist Stacey Nogy will become its permanent news director.
The Twin Cities NBC affiliate said that Nogy, who has been with the station for 28 years, w
Previous news director Stuart Boslow, who joined in 2018 following the departure of Jane Helmke, is leaving for sister station KHOU in Houston, Texas.
Hogy, who was the acting news director for a time following Helmke's departure, will "oversee the vision, strategy, editorial coverage and the distribution of News across all KARE 11’s content platforms" alongside KARE's digital director Lauren Olson.
"I have a deep passion for the KARE brand and what it stands for in this community and I couldn’t be more excited to lead our amazing team of journalists into 2021, in the midst of so much important change unfolding here in Minnesota and beyond,” she said.
A native of Pennsylvania, her career has encompassed time in both newspapers and television, and has held positions at KARE including executive producer, assistant news producer, and news content director.
She is the winner of multiple Murrow and regional Emmy awards, as well as the Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Television Political Journalism.
It will mean that the news directors at three of the four major Twin Cities TV news stations are women, with Marian Davey the news director at FOX 9, and Kari Patey the director at WCCO-TV.
Kirk Varner is the news director at the ABC affiliate KSTP-TV.