In Brief - June 25, 2014
June 25, 2014

Tom Humm, VP/Market Manager at Beasley Broadcast-Las Vegas, inks a five-year contract extension with the company.

APD Ralph Stewart rises to PD at CBS Radio Urban AC KTWV/Los Angeles. Stewart will continue to handle OM duties at sister Adult Hits KCBS (JACK FM).

The Broadcasters Foundation of America (BFOA) has elected four broadcast industry leaders to join its Board of Directors. The new members were voted into office during the recent Board of Directors meeting, held last week in New York City. The four new Board members of the Broadcasters Foundation of America are: Peter Dunn, President, CBS Television Stations; David T. Lougee, President, Gannett Broadcasting; Elizabeth (Beth) Neuhoff, President & Chief Executive Officer, Neuhoff Communications and Michael (Mike) O’Neill, President & Chief Executive Officer, Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI).

Glassnote Records announces that Kate Hutchinson has joined the team as Northeast Regional Manager of Promotion based out of Boston and will report directly to Glassnote’s Head of Promotion, Nick Petropoulos. Hutchinson comes to Glassnote with an extensive background in the Boston music industry, where she was previously a Label Services Rep for Warner Music.

Cumulus announces that Classic Hits KENZ-FM (101.9) has evolved into Adult Hits TRAX 101.9. The station features a mix of hits from the ‘70’s, ‘80’s, ‘90’s, and more, without chatty DJs. TRAX plays everything from Prince to The Police, from Adele to Pink, from The Rolling Stones to Smashing Pumpkins, and everything in between! The station’s tag line is: TRAX 101.9 Playing… Stuff We Like. The station is streamed at: www.trax1019.com.




 
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