With over one hundred fifty years of combined experience, KQV's Sales Department welcomes the opportunity to customize your marketing plan. Our hard-working, courteous staff will optimize your future growth.
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Peter Monteverde: 412-562-5900 X 202
A recent graduate of Robert Morris University who came to KQV in April 2014. He is an avid golfer and musician and loves the Pittsburgh area where he was born and raised. He is proud to be part of the KQV legacy.
Bob Dickey, Jr.: 412-562-5900 X 209
With twenty-five years of media experience and a family history of news awareness, peace can be found at home in
Phyllis Fenn: 412-562-5900 X 212
This University of
Jennifer Halle: 412-562-5900 X 203
Twenty years ago, this
Judith Ross: 412-562-5900 X 208
A one-time high school teacher, she joined KQV over thirty years ago as he oldest living intern with a desire to write news. But observing the ccount executives dress nicely and go out to lunch this
Britain's political parties agreed to halt campaigning after Monday's horrific bombing in Manchester just weeks before the highly anticipated June 8 elections. Prime Minister Theresa May of the Conservative Party called for a snap election hoping to capitalize on her popularity and the disarray of the opposition Labour Party after the Brexit vote. Conventional wisdom suggests terrorist attacks immediately preceding elections benefit hawkish conservative candidates although that wasn't the case in France when Marine LePen lost by a significant margin despite several attacks in Paris leading up to their April election. Will the Manchester terrorist attack impact significantly Britain's upcoming elections?
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