In Brief - April 21, 2014
April 21, 2014

Tracy Austin is named VP/GSM for The Media Audit. Austin, who most recently served as East Coast Regional Manager, takes over for Mike Bustell who is taking a position with a yet undisclosed company.

Mark Veau is elevated to PD at Classic Hits WORC-FM/Worcester. Veau, a 12 year station vet, has been on the air as WORC-FM's afternoon drive personality and  hosts the Sunday morning public affairs program.

Brooke Taylor is appointed on-air anchor of nights and weekends at Radio Disney, effective April 28. Taylor will relocate to Radio Disney's Burbank headquarters from Fort Wayne, Indiana, where for the past two years she's covered the midday shift and was Content Director at CHR WJFX-FM.

Radio vet Brent Carey joins AC KOIT/San Francisco for afternoons replacing the exiting Efran Sifuentes.

Night host Lonnie Legend segues to afternoons at CHR/Rhythmic WOCQ/Salisbury-Ocean City filling the void left with the departure of Chubb Love.

Mayor Vincent C. Gray and CBS Radio Washington, D.C. SVP and Market Manager Steve Swenson announce the completion of a 15-year lease to relocate CBS Radio’s six local stations to 1015 Half Street SE in one of the District’s newest up-and-coming neighborhoods – the Capitol Riverfront. The building is two blocks from Nationals Park and just south of the U.S. Capitol. CBS Radio’s newest broadcast facility will include a nearly 33,000-square-foot floor plan that includes offices, a street-level studio facing L Street SE (where the stations will have the ability to do live broadcasts visible to passersby and visitors), and a performance space where local and national recording artists can host live shows and unique experiences for listeners.




 
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Pat Paxton
Pres. of Programming
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