Steve DiNardo upped to run Entercom San Francisco

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Steve DiNardoEntercom announced that Steve DiNardo has been hired as the new Vice-President and Market Manager for their San Francisco cluster. He replaces Dwight Walker, who retired in November after six years in that role.


DiNardo has been with Entercom since 2012, first as GSM of AC KOIT-FM and then rising to VP/Sales for the cluster. Prior to joining Entercom, DiNardo, who has nearly 20 years of San Francisco radio market experience, served for 15 years as a VP/GM with CBS Radio.

“After a nationwide search, the best choice was right in front of us,” said Weezie Kramer, Entercom’s Station Group President. “I am proud to promote Steve DiNardo from within. Steve and the entire San Francisco team achieved market-leading results in Q4 and have set a blistering pace for 2014. Under Steve’s leadership, I know Entercom will continue to be one of the media leaders in the market.”

The cluster includes: 96.5 KOIT-FM; 98.5/102.1 Classic Rock KFOX; 95.7 The GAME, the Bay Area’s only FM sports station; and R&B 102.9, The New KBLX.


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