San Diego Family, a monthly, four-color glossy magazine now in its 37th year of publication, has launched an inaugural online publication called the San Diego Babies & Toddlers Guide. Publisher Sharon Bay said the Guide is geared “from baby bump to preschool prep.” Topics for articles in the 37-page publication include gender reveal ideas to wow family and friends, what to know about breastfeeding, baby sleep strategies, tips for potty training and baby and me fitness groups. Contributors include local moms with several children, health-and-wellness bloggers and a mental health therapist. The Babies & Toddlers Guide can be found at www.sandiegofamily.com. San Diego Family, with a circulation of 75,000 copies, is distributed at more than 1,500 locations, including Albertson’s supermarkets, restaurants and retail establishments.
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San Diego-based Tealium, providing real-time customer data orchestration, has appointed Heidi Bullock as chief marketing officer (CMO). Previously, Bullock served as CMO at Engagio, and prior to that at Marketo as group VP of global marketing. She is a frequent speaker and author on B2B marketing topics and was listed as one of “20 Women in Marketing to Follow in 2019” by G2, a technology marketing and research firm. Bullock earned a bachelor’s degree in molecular biology from the University of California Santa Barbara in 1995. She also has a MBA from St. Mary’s College of California.
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KFMB-TV in San Diego, a CBS affiliate, has a new news director. Dana McDaniel has worked in TV since 1993. She previously spent two years (2017-2019) as news director at WDAF-TV Fox 5 in Kansas City, owned by Nexstar Broadcasting. Before then, she spent three years (2014-2017) as VP of news in San Francisco with KTVU-TV Channel 2, owned by Fox Television. She also worked as VP of news for two other Fox-owned stations, including WTTG in Washington, D.C. (2013-2014), WJBK in Detroit (2001-2013). McDaniel succeeds Dean Elwood, who spent 23 years with KFMB. He joined the station as an intern and spent the last eight years as news director. Based in McLean, Vir., Tegna (TGNA: NYSE) was created in 2015 when USA Today publisher Gannett Co. split its local television and newspaper publishing division into two separate companies. Today, Tegna operates 62 television stations and four radio stations in 51 U.S. markets. Midwest Television, founded in 1952, sold the KFMB Stations to Tegna for $325 million in cash. The KFMB Stations include KFMB CBS 8 and The CW San Diego television properties, as well as talk radio station KFMB-AM 760 and adult rock station KFMB-FM 100.7.