In Brief - April 3, 2014
April 3, 2014

Triple A KGSR/Austin has named format veteran Haley Jones to the PD position, effective May 5. Jones is currently PD at Triple A KPRI/San Diego and has served in various programming positions at KFOG/San Francisco and KMTT/Seattle.

Adult Hits KVGS/Las Vegas promotes Brian Hammer to the newly created MD position. Hammer will continue in his role as morning show host.

At Active Rock KFNS/St. Louis, afternoon hosts Fish and DC are awarded additional duties. Fish adds APD stripes and DC will take on MD responsibilities in addition to his PD duties at News/Talk sister KYRO-AM.

Triple A KINK/Portland has upped MD Brad Dolbeer to APD, along with signing him to a mulit-year deal.

The National Association of Broadcasters has announced the results of the 2014 NAB Radio and Television Board elections. The two-year terms of the elected board members will begin in June 2014.

CBS Radio has revamped its Radio.com player with the debut of the new Radio.com website and streaming player. Radio.com presents original programming, live webcasts, exclusive editorial features and storytelling, and interviews with some of the biggest artists and personalities in the world.

NAB Radio Board Elections:
Pete Booker
, President and CEO, Delmarva Broadcasting Company, Wilmington, DE; Steven Cutler, EVP, Business Development and Corporate Strategy, Clear Channel, New York City, NY; Gary Exline, GM, Eagle Communications, Inc., Saint Joseph, MO; Kim Guthrie, EVP, Cox Media Group, Atlanta, GA; Erik Hellum, EVP, Townsquare Media, Greenwich, CT; Deon Levingston, SVP and Market Manager, Emmis Communications, New York City, NY; Margaret Perkins, President and CEO, First Natchez Radio Group, Natchez, MS; Mary Quass, President and CEO, NRG Media, LLC, Cedar Rapids, IA; Joe Schwartz, President and CEO, Cherry Creek Radio, Denver, CO; Jose Valle, President, Univision Radio, Los Angeles, CA; Thomas Walker, President, Mid-West Family Broadcasting, Madison, WI.

NAB Television Board Elections:
Emily Barr
, President and CEO, Post-Newsweek Stations, Chicago, IL; Marci Burdick, SVP, Broadcast and Cable, Schurz Communications, Mishawaka, IN; Chris Cornelius, Director of Business Development, Morgan Murphy Media, Schaumburg, IL; Brian Lawlor, SVP, Television, The E.W. Scripps Company, Cincinnati, OH; Dave Lougee, President, Gannett Broadcasting, McLean, VA; Vincent Sadusky, President and CEO, LIN Media, Austin, TX.




 
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