The director of safety & broadcast compliance for the ABC owned-and-operated television stations — who has also worked on ABC’s digital subchannel the Live Well Network — has been arrested and charged with "possessing and distributing child pornography," reports the Fresno Bee.
The story adds that the man, Jeff Jordan, 56, "works out of the KFSN (Channel 30.1) offices in downtown Fresno. He currently doesn’t have anything to do with KFSN programming but was the head of the engineering department at the local ABC station before taking on his current job. He was involved with the launch of the Live Well Network that is seen on Channel 30.2."
The story notes that "Jordan was arrested Thursday, March 14, 2013, after a search warrant was served at his Clovis home by federal agents, Clovis police and sheriff’s deputies. Computers and other media storage devices were taken from his home. He was arrested at his workplace …"