Jay Zollar is the Vice President and General Manager of WLUK FOX 11.
A Green Bay native, Mr. Zollar began his career in television with internships at KSTP-TV in Minneapolis and WFRV-TV in Green Bay. After graduating from the University of Minnesota with a BA in Speech Communications, Jay began working in commercial production at WFRV, and later worked in sales at that station.
A sales position at WISN TV in Milwaukee led to a General Sales Manager position at WXGZ-TV (now WACY-TV) in Green Bay, just in time for the premiere of the FOX network.
Mr. Zollar then took a Sales Manager position at WLUK-TV, followed by a move to WGBA-TV as Station Manager. Seven years and two network affiliation changes later, Mr. Zollar returned to FOX 11 in his current position at WLUK FOX 11.
Jay is married to Tracey and together they have six children. They currently reside in Green Bay.
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