In Brief - May 5, 2014
May 5, 2014

Mary Menna is named GM for Greater Media-Boston AC WMJX-FM (MAGIC 106.7). Menna will begin the newly created position on May 27th. Menna most recently served as the Market President of CCM+E-Boston, where she spent 25 years in a variety of capacities, including Director of Sales, General Sales Manager, National Sales Manager and Account Executive. While in that capacity, she also managed Clear Channel'fs Providence market for four years. 
        "Mary Menna is unquestionably among the best managers in Boston media and has built an enviable track record of success and respect among her team, her peers, and her clients, said Rob Williams, VP and Market Manager of Greater Media Boston. "In the newly created position of GM of our flagship brand, MAGIC 106.7, Mary will work closely with me, our Director of Programming Cadillac Jack and Director of Sales Mark Keaney to help our cluster continue to grow and reach its full potential."

Congrats to Non-Comm WYMS (88Nine Radio Milwaukee and www.radiomilwaukee.org) on being named the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association's 2013 Music Radio Station of the Year (Large Market), one of six first-place awards for the station. The non-commercial station won its six First Place awards in the Large Market / Music Radio category for 2013 Station of the Year; Best Radio Show 9 a.m. - 5 a.m., for Afternoons With Kallao; Best Use of Audio (Non-News), for Remembering Dr. King; Best Public Service Announcement, for Food Drive; Best Live On-Site Broadcast Remote, for Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros - Live at Discovery World; and Best Specialty Programming, for A Special Evening With The Erotic Adventures of The Static Chicken.




 
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