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iHM/Greensboro Names Zac Davis VP of Programming


Zac Davis
Zac Davis

iHeartMedia names Zac Davis as Vice President of Programming for its five-station cluster in Greensboro, effective immediately. He joins iHM from Entercom in Richmond, VA, where he most recently served as the Senior Vice President of Programming. Prior to that, Davis was the Program Director at co-owned CHR WKSS-FM/Hartford and CHR WKCI-FM/New Haven, CT. He also served as the Senior VP/Programming, Program Director and morning personality for Country WGTR-FM (Gator 107.9)/Myrtle Beach, SC.

"I am thrilled to welcome Zac to my team in Greensboro, and I look forward to collaborating with him to continue developing these great brands," said iHeartMedia Greensboro President Kellie Holeman. "Zac brings a wealth of knowledge and creativity across all formats, and I look forward to a long, prosperous partnership."

"I've really enjoyed my four years in Richmond, but I've always considered North Carolina my home, so I'm thrilled to head back to Greensboro - I never did change my 336 number," added Davis. "After getting to know Kellie Holeman, Maynard and Brian Hall, I knew this was a special team, and I'm excited to join the region. Looking forward to leading the iHeartMedia Greensboro programming team and overseeing these amazing radio stations."

Davis has also worked at stations in Raleigh, Denver, Modesto-Stockton, Greensboro, Melbourne FL and Salt Lake City. He began his career at Florida State University's WWLD-FM/Tallahassee, FL.

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