Katie Forte Named Senior Producer Of Strategic Events and Partnerships For CBS Radio
March 21, 2014

CBS Radio has named Katie Forte as Senior Producer of Strategic Events and Partnerships. The appointment is effective on Monday, March 31 with Forte based in New York.

In this newly created position as part of CBS Radio's live events division, Forte will play a key role in the development and management of signature programs "that provide audiences and advertisers with one of a kind experiences with their favorite artists, sports stars, newsmakers and CBS Radio personalities." Additionally, Forte will serve as a liaison with local venues, arenas and CBS Radio's roster of partners in the entertainment industry, while cultivating new business relationships and opportunities.

"We are fortunate to bring someone of Katie’s caliber to CBS Radio, having a unique background in marketing, events, social and digital media," said Amy Stevens, CBS Radio SVP of Strategic Events and Partnerships. "I’ve worked hand-in-hand with Katie in the past and I look forward to having her skills and enthusiasm back on my team. She will be an important influence in our day-to-day execution and long range planning."

Forte joins CBS Radio from the Madison Square Garden Company where she was most recently Director of Concerts Marketing, Digital and Social Media.  She began her tenure there in 2006 and has been associated with a variety of high-profile events, award shows, concerts, and press conferences at The Garden, Theater at MSG, Radio City Music Hall and the Beacon Theatre. Additionally, Forte led digital and social efforts internally across The Madison Square Garden Company surrounding 12-12-12 The Concert for Sandy ReliefPrior to the Madison Square Garden Company, Forte was an executive programming and marketing assistant for Clear Channel Radio-New York from 2002-06.




 
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