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Collin R. Gaston

Collin R. Gaston is the Vice President and General Manager of WSFA 12 News. He previously held the General Sales Manager/Local Sales Manager positions with WSFA-TV before being promoted to his current position.

Mr. Gaston started in the broadcast field in 1993 as a sales intern at WTXL-ABC in Tallahassee, Florida. After graduating from The Florida State University as a student in the school of Media Communications he moved into several sales positions. Gaston worked with WTEV-TV and WAWS-TV in Florida before moving to Alabama.

Collin joined WSFA 12 News and the Raycom Media family in 2007 as the LSM and GSM for Montgomery's dominant NBC station.

Collin and his wife Shannon are happy to call Montgomery home and are the proud parents of two young children.

WSFA 12 News' General Manager is active in the community. He currently sits on the Boards at the Montgomery Food Bank and the Montgomery Zoo.

You may email him at CGaston@wsfa.com

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