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Former ViacomCBS C-Suiter Takes AMC CFO Role

For more than two decades, she made her mark as a leader with a deep understanding of the media business, establishing what AMC Networks President/CEO Josh Sapan calls her "impeccable track record driving strong financial and operational results.” This explains why AMC's new EVP/CFO is a figure well-remembered for her years at Showtime and ViacomCBS.
Rosemary Mercedes, formerly with Univision

Rosemary Mercedes Exits Univision’s Communications Team

The multimedia giant focused on Spanish-speaking U.S. Hispanics is now under majority ownership of ForgeLight LLC and Searchlight Capital Partners. With that shift in control, Wade Davis replaced Vince Sadusky as CEO. Steve Mandala was fired, with Donna Speciale brought in to the C-Suite. Now, changes have come to the corporate communications team.
Yasmine Osborn

Meet Hearst Television’s New D&I Leader

She's led diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives at the United States Tennis Association (USTA) for 16 years. Now, she's joining the owner of such stations as WCVB-5 in Boston and KCRA-3 in Sacramento to serve as its first-ever D&I director.

Here’s The New CEO At A Real-Time TV Metrics Firm

A leader in real-time TV measurement for marketers and advertisers has set a new CEO.

Kimmel Slides To Wedel For Top Sales Role

Jeff Kimmel has shifted from an Israeli company's executive sales team to head up North American sales efforts for a Dutch entity providing integrated business and revenue management solutions for media companies.

NABEF, BEA Team For Radio Show Career Fair

The NAB Education Foundation (NABEF), in partnership with the Broadcast Education Association (BEA), will host a Career Fair at the 2017 Radio Show. Employment opportunities include radio sales, technology, management and on-air positions, among others.

Broadcasting Engineers Pay Respects To Osenkowsky

The associate editor of two editions of the National Association of Broadcasters Engineering Handbook, including the new 11th edition, has died. Osenkowsky had been suffering from both multiple myeloma and lymphoma. He was 62.

Arkansas Broadcasters’ Brand New Story

The Board of Directors of the Arkansas Broadcasters Association (ABA) has gone to Georgia to name the group's new Executive Director.

Kim Keenan Steps Down As MMTC Head

Nearly four years after succeeding co-founder David Honig as President/CEO of the Washington, D.C.-based Multicultural Media, Telecom and Internet Council (MMTC), Kim Keenan has resigned from her post. Keenan has decided "to pursue other professional opportunities"; she did not elaborate on the reason for her exit. An interim leader has already been named.

Telemundo Selects An Arizona President/GM

The person selected as interim General Manager for NBCUniversal Owned Television Stations' Telemundo arm in the Phoenix and Tucson markets has just been bestowed the official title of President/GM for the Spanish-language network's Arizona operations.

Radio Industry Mourns Loss Of Legendary Engineer

The co-inventor of the original Orban Optimod FM audio processor and founder of Modulation Sciences, who once served as Chief Engineer for RKO Radio-owned WXLO-FM (99X) in New York in the 1970s, has died after being struck by a vehicle in a supermarket parking lot in Delray Beach, Fla. He was 71.

iHeart/St. Louis Gets The Ballance Right

The six-year GSM of iHeartRadio's Nashville station group will now have much easier access to Busch Stadium to see her beloved St. Louis Cardinals. As of today, she is now the Sales Manager for four iHeartRadio/St Louis stations.

Flores Picked As Creative Choice For BMI

No, BMI didn't go to a florist or a garden for its new SVP/Creative. But, it did chose a Flores for the role. This sees the addition of the person that most recently held the SVP/Marketing, North America role for recording industry giant BMG.

Media IQ Founder Loses Blood Cancer Battle

The world has lost "a wunderkind of the media advertising industry as soon as he entered it over 30 years ago." Michael Lolito, the founder and CEO of Media IQ (today known as MiQ), died on Monday after a prolonged battle with lymphoma. He was 57 years old. 

A Voluntary Return To Volunteer State For LaSpina

After six years overseeing the Nexstar-owned CBS affiliate in the market that is home to the Buffalo Bills NFL franchise, René LaSpina is heading south to a new leadership role that could see her embrace a Bills rival — the Tennessee Titans. Thank Meredith Corp. for the move.
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