Nexstar Broadcasting chief financial officer Robert Thompson has resigned to accept a similar position with another company, according to documents filed Wednesday with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
The resignation, which will become effective Jan. 2 "is not a result of any disagreement with Nexstar," according to the filing. The company Thompson will join is not in the broadcasting field, the filing said.
Nexstar will begin a search for a replacement immediately. Until one is found, CEO Perry Sook will serve as interim CFO, according to the filing.
Nexstar Broadcasting owns KSNF in Joplin and KSFX in Springfield and operates Mission Broadcasting stations KODE in Joplin and KOLR in Springfield.