Tina Gulland, Former Head Of Washington Post's Radio And TV Projects, Dead At 62
May 13, 2011 at 4:02 AM (PT)
Condolences to family and friends of TINA GULLAND, a former radio news director who later headed the WASHINGTON POST's radio and TV projects. The paper reports that GULLAND died MAY 11th of metastatic lung cancer in CHEVY CHASE, MD at 62.
GULLAND was a news reporter on several WASHINGTON stations and served as anchor and News Director at WRC-A/WASHINGTON and the VOICE OF AMERICA before joining POST-NEWSWEEK STATIONS in 1986 as Chief Political Correspondent and WASHINGTON Bureau Chief. She was part of the team that launched WASHINGTON POST RADIO, the short-lived format that aired on BONNEVILLE's WTWP-A (now WFED-A)/WASHINGTON in 2006-07. She retired in 2007.