From Kennedy Space Center to Walt Disney World, iHeartMedia owns and operates a group of stations comprised of 16 unique audio offerings for FM radio listeners and those without HD Radio units who may choose to use the iHeartRadio app to consume local stations. Now, iHeart has a new DMA leader for those 16 brands, and expands beyond her role as a Sr. VP for iHeartMedia/Orlando.
He's been the VP/GM of the NBC affiliate serving Colorado Springs and Pueblo for the last decade. Starting April 12, he'll be overseeing a co-owned FOX affiliate in the fastest-growing portion of the Sunshine State, a place where he's spent much time across his 30-year career.
The company founded by Daniel Anstandig devoted to AI-driven audience engagement and sales intelligence tech platforms for media, has selected a new Chief Technology Officer.
As of today, the CEO at Nielsen is no longer holding double duty as the company's Chief Diversity Officer. That's because the dominant audience measurement and consumer data company in the U.S. has selected a woman who joined the company in January 2020 to hold the position.
He joined Fox Corporation in 2019 as Executive Vice President and Chief Litigation Counsel. Now, he will oversee the company's legal function as Claudia Teran remains Executive VP and Corporate General Counsel, as well as General Counsel of FOX Sports.
The News Director for TEGNA-owned KING-5 in Seattle-Tacoma, who spent 11 years in news at KPIX-5 in San Francisco before moving to Washington state in 2018, is heading to Nexstar Media Group's L.A. giant -- a cornerstone of the former Tribune Broadcasting.
A longtime ABC executive who has also handled affiliate relations needs has been selected as the first head of The E.W. Scripps Co.'s national TV networks business, starting April 12.
A longtime Washington, D.C. media executive known to many as "Andy O.," has died at the age of 92. He served as GM of WMAL-AM from 1960-1985 and is responsible for putting together the legendary Washington Football Club play-by-play team of Sonny Jurgenson, Sam Huff and Frank Herzog.
Now in its 20th year, this opportunity matches up-and-coming women in radio with female professionals recognized as leaders in all aspects of the industry. The 2021 class is comprised of four professionals.
On March 12, iHeartMedia promoted a 20-year sales veteran to the new role of SVP/Multicultural Sales for its Markets Group.We now know who is succeeding Nicky Sparrow in her former role as the head of iHeart's North Florida station group, headquartered in this fast-growing metropolis.
His appointment to head Rohde & Schwarz’s Broadcast and Media Division supports the strategic shift in the Munich-based tech company's approach toward its core markets and reinforces the company’s intention of becoming more disruptive in production, delivery and distribution workflow management and software-centric products and systems.
The Market President for iHeartMedia's Jacksonville, Fla., station group has just been elevated to a key corporate-level sales post at the audio media company. It's a role that will see her report to Multi-Market Partnerships President Julie Donohue.
They've long been associated with some of the nation's leading music radio stations. Now, they've been added to the programming team at Gary Spurgeon-led Clear Media Network.
The Radio Hall of Fame Nominating Committee is now accepting suggestions for 2021 nominees. Hurry! The nominations window closes in three weeks.
The Chairman of CBS Sports has been selected to deliver the opening keynote at the National Association of Television Program Executives (NATPE)'s virtual conference devoted to "The Business of Live Sports," a new event set to take place later this month.