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Charlie Morgan Joins NYMRAD Executive Committee
RADIO ONLINE | Monday, August 7, 2017 |12:42pm CT

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New York Market Radio Association (NYMRAD) realigns its Executive Committee, adding Emmis New York's Senior Vice President/Market Manager Charlie Morgan as NYMRAD Treasurer. He replaces Univision's Ramon Pineda who recently was promoted to Senior Vice President and Regional General Manager, overseeing station operations in Atlanta, Raleigh, Philadelphia, Cleveland and Puerto Rico.

Morgan is a 38-year broadcast veteran, spending the first 28 years with Susquehanna Radio before a 2-year stint in television and network radio with the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the IndyCar Series. In 2009, Morgan returned to Radio and joined the Emmis team managing the Indianapolis cluster for seven years and now the New York cluster which includes WBLS, WLIB and WQHT.

CBS Radio New York's Marc Rayfield remains as Chairman and iHeartMedia New York's Scott Hopeck moves up to Secretary from Treasurer.

"I am very excited about working with Charlie in this seamless transition of the Executive Committee," said NYMRAD Chairman Marc Rayfield. "Charlie has brought energy in his contributions to Board meetings and under his leadership we will continue to develop initiatives that will advance Radio in the vibrant New York marketplace."

Morgan added, "Working with Deborah Beagan and my talented New York Radio peers in this period of time where Radio has more to offer advertisers than ever before is invigorating. It's a privilege to play a role in advancing Radio's profile and value proposition."

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