Katz Radio Group CEO Mark Rosenthal Adds CEO Duties At Katz Media Group
March 5, 2014

Katz Media Group (KMG) has announced that Mark Rosenthal, CEO of Katz Radio Group, has taken on the additional responsibility of CEO of Katz Media Group and will now also oversee Katz Television Group, KMG’s television representation company.

As CEO of Katz Radio Group, Rosenthal will remain focused on building the radio sector, working closely with Katz Radio Group President Mark Gray to drive additional media dollars into radio. Effective today, he will now also work closely with KTG Presidents Leo MacCourtney and Craig Broitman to grow and further develop KTG’s assets, advocacy and revenue-generating efforts.

Rosenthal's new responsibility highlights KMG’s continued commitment to advance, expand and transform its business to deliver even more unique opportunities to advertisers through innovative, results-driven media solutions for all the Katz clients.

“In this highly competitive media environment it’s important to have the right leadership in place, and Mark's enormous range of experience across radio, television and digital media, as well as the agency world, makes him the perfect person to lead both Katz Radio Group and Katz Television Group,” said Rich Bressler, President and CFO of Clear Channel Communications.  “Under Mark’s strong leadership, the KRG team is already spearheading major integrated marketing campaigns for key media partners and taking significant steps forward in our intensified effort to drive substantial growth for all Katz clients.”

“There is no other company that can even come close to the massive reach, local targeting abilities and effectiveness of Katz Television Group and Katz Radio Group,” said Rosenthal.  “My goal is to grow and develop the company’s assets to continue to provide Katz clients with a one-of-a-kind media partner. We are committed to driving results for advertisers with the most impactful media solutions, now and into the future.”




 
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