SYRACUSE, N.Y. — The media company known for its live events and radio stations in the Empire State has just appointed a Chief Revenue Officer.
At the same time, it has also selected its new Chief Content Officer.
Taking the CRO role thanks to a promotion is Nick Maine.
The CCO role? That goes to Marissa Greenlar.
promoted to Chief Content Officer of Galaxy Media
Maine will now oversee the sales operations for both the Syracuse and Utica markets. He’s been with the company for 10 years and has played an active role in the growth of the company.
He previously held the role of Director of Sports Marketing at Galaxy.
“Nick Maine is a force of nature,” said Ed Levine, President and CEO of Galaxy Media. “It’s rare to have somebody that has been so engaged, so excited and so competent all in one package. I can’t wait to see where he takes our sales effort over the next many years.”
Greenlar is the Brand Manager for “KROCK.” She’ll keep those duties, while gaining oversight of every Galaxy brand and the company’s digital content. She has been with the company for 12 years.
“Marissa’s contribution to Galaxy has been extraordinary. From starting as a sales assistant to working with the events team, to overseeing much of our social media and then assuming day to day programming responsibilities for KROCK, she has impacted every aspect of Galaxy over the past 12 years,” Levine said. “This newly created position is a reflection of the respect she has from her peers and an acknowledgement of her massive contributions to Galaxy.”