Gary McNair

Gary McNair

GaryMcNair is Vice President and General Manager of WECT, Raycom Media's NBCaffiliate in Wilmington, North Carolina.  Gary began working in televisionin the late 1960s and is a West Virginia native.  He came to WECT-TV6 fromthe NBC affiliate, WBOY-TV in Clarksburg, West Virginia where he was seniorvice president and general manager.  He also had oversight responsibilityfor WTRF-TV, the CBS/FOX affiliate in Wheeling, WV. Gary also managed stations in Kansas (KSNTChannel 27 - NBC, Topeka) and New Mexico (KBIM Channel 10 - CBS, Roswell). Under his leadership, KSNT was named medium-market Station of the Yearthree times by the Kansas Association of Broadcasters.  Prior to workingin New Mexico, McNair held marketing and production positions at WSAZ (NBC) inHuntington, WV.  He is a graduate of Marshall University.

Recent Articles by Gary

My Turn: The final segment

My Turn: We can't change the past but we can learn from our mistakes.

My Turn: Documentary airing on WECT details Civil Rights movement

My Turn: '24 HR. PD' shows lack of respect some have for police

My Turn: Winter Olympics can unite a divided country

My Turn: Some people seem to live just to deliver their next insult

My turn: We need action now to stop GenX discharge

My turn: Take steps to fight the flu

My turn: Facebook makes changes to focus on daily interactions

My turn: holidays, snow days and paid time off

My turn: The NCAA Division I football playoff system is flawed

My turn: Teaching drivers how to handle traffic stops

My Turn: Make voting your New Year's resolution

My Turn: Look for ways to extend giving to rest of the year

My Turn: Enjoy the holiday without drinking and driving

My turn: Thinking outside of the box with a barbershop health clinic

My turn: Bullying seems to be worse than ever

My turn: Future of H2GO water system is up in the air

My turn: shining light on abuse and harassment

My turn: Finding ways to be thankful during difficult times

My turn: Discussing change to policy after some attacks but not others

My turn: Giving Tru Colors Brewing a chance

My turn: it's the time of year to find people making a difference

My turn: H2GO board can lead the way in change

My turn: Leaders need to share all information to make progress toward clean water

My turn: Prescribing painkillers is a balancing act

My turn: It pays to know people in high places

My turn: Make your vote count

My turn: Getting Apple to show customer loyalty

My turn: Adapting and anticipating change for the future