In Brief - March 6, 2013
March 6, 2013

Non-comm Triple A WUMB/Boston has officially named Catie Wilbur as PD. Wilbur, who was previously PD of commercial Triple A WXRV/Boston, has been on the job since February 11.

AC WMJX (Magic 106.7)/Boston promotes APD/afternoon drive host Candy O'Terry to morning show co-host, alongside Mike Addams, effective tomorrow (March 7). O'Terry will step down from her APD duties and afternoon drive shift to focus on mornings.
     "Candy has played an instrumental role in Magic's success over the years, and she has worked hard to earn this much deserved opportunity," said Greater Media-Boston Director of Programming Cadillac Jack. "Both through the genuine connections she has made with our listeners, and her natural ability to be a premiere ambassador for the radio station, I know Candy's deep passion for the Magic brand will continue to benefit us greatly in mornings with Mike Adams, as we continue to evolve and grow our product for our very large and loyal listener base in Boston."

At Classic Hits WJJK/Indianapolis, Nikki Miller moves from middays to afternoon drive, while Steve Stuart rises from nights to middays.

Jaysson Reno, veteran CCM+E-San Francisco GSM, joins Cumulus Media Classic Rocker KSAN/San Francisco for GSM duties. Reno will fill the new role of Director/Strategic Partnerships for the San Francisco market.

Entravsion has abolished the GM title from its corporate flow chart and assigned a number of employees to new roles, handing each GM the title of  SVP of Integrated Marketing Solutions.

Mesa Securities Managing Director Michael Josephs is tapped by Townsquare Media as its SVP/Corporate Strategy and Development.

Triton Digital announces that CBS Radio has brought its portfolio of brands to a2x, the industry’s only audience-based programmatic buying solution for online and mobile audio ads. "Joining Triton’s a2x exchange will create additional demand for our inventory, providing a great compliment to our strong traditional sales channels," said Ezra Kucharz, President of CBS Local Digital Media. "Being able to offer agency trading desk access to our inventory in this manner allows us to participate in a new revenue stream targeting mobile and digital budgets."




 
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