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Entercom Announces Programming Format Captains
RADIO ONLINE | Monday, November 13, 2017 |6:08pm CT

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Entercom Communications has appointed twelve veteran programmers to the role of Format Captain across all of the company's formats. These "Captains" will report to Pat Paxton and Chris Oliviero, effective at the completion of the merger with CBS Radio, which could come as early as November 17. The following executives have been named Format Captains:

  • Steve Butler - News
  • Mark Chernoff - Sports
  • Jimmy Gonzalez - Spanish Language
  • Brian Kelly - Top 40
  • Michael Martin - Alternative
  • Mike Moore - Country
  • Diane Newman - Talk
  • Nikki Nite - AC
  • Dave Richards - Rock/Classic Rock
  • Reggie Rouse - Urban
  • Jim Ryan - Classic Hits
  • Steve Salhany - Hot AC
Additionally, Michael Martin will continue in his role as Senior VP of Programming and Music Initiatives in the new organization.

"We are excited about the best-in-class programming team we are building at Entercom," said Entercom President of Programming Pat Paxton. "This talented team of experts has the skills and experience to take our live, original and local audio content to new heights and compete at the highest level in the media industry."

"We are committed to bringing fresh, new thinking to our programming," added Chris Oliviero, currently Executive Vice President of Programming at CBS Radio and named Executive VP/Programming at Entercom upon completion of the merger. "We are confident that we have the best people in place to deliver the top-rated content across all of our formats that our listeners and partners expect."

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