Pittsburgh Community Broadcasting Corporation, the owner and operator of Adult Alternative WYEP-FM and NPR Member station WESA-FM, has appointed a Vice President of Broadcasting.
It’s an individual who has been associated with the stations for nearly two decades: Mike Sauter.
Terry O’Reilly, President/CEO of Pittsburgh Community Broadcasting, commented, “WYEP and WESA share a common goal: to be leaders in the service they provide in music and journalism, respectively. We’re thrilled to take this next important step for our organization, by placing Mike at the helm of our broadcast operations and programming.”
Sauter joined Pittsburgh Community Broadcasting in 2004 as WYEP’s Program Director. He was promoted to station manager in 2019. He began his career in 1984 in Ithaca, N.Y., and his career includes a run as an air personality at WHTG-FM in Monmouth-Ocean, N.J.