Entercom Ups Kramer, Adds Levy

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Weezie KramerStation Group President is not enough for Entercom exec Weezie Kramer – she will now fill the Chief Operating Officer post. And Turner Broadcasting System President David Levy is joining the radio group’s board of directors.


Kramer has been with the company since 2000.

Entercom’s President and Chief Executive Officer David Field stated, “Weezie is an enormously talented and effective leader who has made a huge impact on our organization since she joined Entercom in 2000. Like so many great leaders, she is totally and selflessly committed to her team’s success, bringing her vast energy, intelligence, creativity, and high standards to our entire organization. I am thrilled to see her continue to rise to the highest levels of our company.”

“It is an honor to be part of the Entercom leadership team,” said Ms. Kramer. “It’s a great time to be at Entercom. We’re investing in brands, talent, and our people to ensure that we continue to grow as the most powerful local media solutions provider in our markets. We have such an extraordinary group of employees. I can’t imagine anything more fun than being part of this team.”

Levy has been at the helm of Turner since 2013.

Entercom’s President and Chief Executive Officer David Field stated, “Weezie is an enormously talented and effective leader who has made a huge impact on our organization since she joined Entercom in 2000. Like so many great leaders, she is totally and selflessly committed to her team’s success, bringing her vast energy, intelligence, creativity, and high standards to our entire organization. I am thrilled to see her continue to rise to the highest levels of our company.”

“It is an honor to be part of the Entercom leadership team,” said Ms. Kramer. “It’s a great time to be at Entercom. We’re investing in brands, talent, and our people to ensure that we continue to grow as the most powerful local media solutions provider in our markets. We have such an extraordinary group of employees. I can’t imagine anything more fun than being part of this team.”


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