|Cox Media Group/Atlanta Names Four Vice Presidents
|RADIO ONLINE | Friday, November 10, 2017 |2:11pm CT||
Cox Media Group appoints four veteran radio executives as new Vice Presidents to lead its Atlanta-area media brands. 30-year Cox veteran Donna Hall (pictured) is tapped as VP of Marketing, while Paul Briggs becomes VP of Content and Broadcast Operations, Moya Neville is named VP of Sales and Mark Medici is appointed VP of Audience and Newspaper Operations.
Hall has been VP/Market Manager for CMG Atlanta and Athens radio stations since 2014. In Dayton, she was the Senior VP of Marketing and Client Solutions for CMG Ohio when the company integrated its radio, TV and newspaper operations in 2010. She has experience with overseeing newspaper circulation, TV programming and Creative Services, radio promotions and B2B/B2C research and marketing for all platforms, including digital.
"I look forward to discovering how we can leverage all of our award-winning Atlanta media brands by working more closely together as one powerful media group in this highly competitive market," said Hall. "I believe we will all truly be better together to deliver what our readers, viewers, listeners and clients count on us for." In addition to her new CMG Atlanta marketing responsibilities, Hall will oversee programming for all Atlanta-area music stations, including in Athens, GA.
Briggs has several of experience in both radio and TV. He previously worked for WHBQ-TV/Memphis and before that, he was the Director of Sales at WSOC-TV in Charlotte. "I am thrilled to be joining the outstanding CMG Atlanta team," said Briggs. "No other media company can match our combined TV, radio, newspaper and digital footprint in the Atlanta market. The exciting opportunities to build on integrating our award-winning news organizations and improve the experience for our readers, viewers and listeners and customers are limitless. I am very excited to get started."
Neville returns to CMG after spending the last three years at Cox Media, a division of sister Cox Communications. "I can't tell you how fortunate I feel to be able to work with the powerhouse teams and brands that make up CMG Atlanta," she said. "I know for a fact, that some of the best media talent in the country sit in WSB radio, TV and at the AJC. Working side-by-side with that talent and our assets to do great things for our customers, will be game changing." Before joining Cox Media, Neville was Senior VP of Sales and Marketing for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Mark Medici is CMG Atlanta's new VP of Audience and Newspaper Operations. Medici has been the Multi-Market Vice President of Audience. "Local content has always been at the heart of CMG and at the heart of our local communities," said Medici. "The opportunity to shape what local content looks like and how it is delivered for Atlantans and future generations, like my own kids, is pretty special."
"This is the perfect leadership team to take CMG Atlanta into the future," said CMG's Executive VP Jane Williams. "Integrating CMG Atlanta is part of the company's multi-faceted strategy to position us for future growth and success. With our integrated media approach, we have a unique opportunity in CMG's flagship market where we offer our audiences unparalleled award-winning content, our customers comprehensive strategic business solutions, and our employees unrivaled cross-platform career opportunities."
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