KTVB Digital is growing!

Don Day
2 min readFeb 6, 2015


We are adding two members to the KTVB Digital team— and we couldn't be more excited. As we are seeing growth, our team is growing to match it. Our goal is to help businesses grow, and these two new folks will help us.

Katie Martin — digital account executive

Katie Marin

Katie will be our newest digital account executive, working with clients across southern Idaho to help them utilize a broad array of digital tools to reach potential customers and drive demand for their products and services.

She is a graduate of University of Northern Colorado — and most recently worked for a specialty agency in Phoenix managing campaigns for insurance industry clients. She also spent time in customer service for Southwest Airlines — one of the most customer-focused companies in the country.

We think that mix of skills, attitude and knowledge will help her excel with the KTVB News Group as we work to build a stronger community.

Anna Daly — digital sales specialist

Anna Daly

Anna will move into a newly created role of digital sales specialist, helping our team maximize results for our partners and clients.

She is a hometown graduate of Northwest Nazarene University and started with the KTVB News Group in 2011 as an intern. She has progressed her career as a producer of a variety of newscasts over the past three years — including News at Noon and News at Six. Anna even earned a NW Regional Emmy for her work!

That ability to juggle a bunch of people, projects, facts and figures will come in handy as she helps us execute campaigns and projects at the highest level.

Growing team

Katie & Anna join the rest of our great digital sales team — Nichole, Whitney and Darcy (oh yeah, and me too). From KTVB.COM, KTVB Mobile, our exclusive nationwide Audience Marketplace, paid search, email and more — we have more tools and more resources than ever before. We’re excited to get to work!

  • Don Day is the digital sales & product manager for the KTVB News Group



Don Day

2018 John S. Knight Fellow at Stanford University. Veteran of local media.