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Univision Appoints Steve Mandala President/AS&M
RADIO ONLINE | Thursday, July 27, 2017 |1:01pm CT

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Steve Mandala
Univision Communications appoints Steve Mandala to President of Advertising Sales and Marketing, effective immediately. He most recently served as Executive VP/Advertising Sales and will remain based in New York reporting to Chief Revenue Officer Tonia O'Connor. In this role, Mandala will oversee advertising sales and marketing for UCI's media offerings, including its 64 radio outlets, as well as Local Media and Digital. He succeeds Keith Turner, who recently announced plans to retire this year.

"Steve is an exceptional media industry leader whose reputation for being effectual and original precedes him," said O'Connor. "His unique sales and marketing acumen and strong leadership has been instrumental in delivering UCI's engaged audiences to our advertising partners across the portfolio. We are delighted to have Steve at the helm of our sales team to continue to foster existing relationships as well as introduce new ones to UCI."

Mandala commented, "I am honored to lead our remarkable UCI Advertising Sales and Marketing team as our industry and our company continue to rapidly evolve. I have the utmost respect for the Company's ubiquitous, valuable brand and the service it renders to our growing audiences. As the industry continues to evolve and diverse audiences, including U.S. Hispanics, influence our country and culture, UCI will provide unparalleled experiences for advertisers to interact with these consumers."

Formerly a VP/Sales for Univision's west coast network, Mandala rejoined the company in 2012. Before Univision, he served as Executive VP/Cable Entertainment Ad Sales at NBCUniversal.

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