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Cox Media Group Names Babin Regional VP/Radio

Rob Babin
Rob Babin

Cox Media Group elevates Rob Babin to Regional VP for Radio, overseeing the company's Houston, Long Island, San Antonio and Tampa Radio markets, in addition to Miami. He currently serves as CMG Miami Radio's VP/General Manager. During Babin's 17-year career with CMG, he's held General Sales Manager roles at K92FM Orlando, 97.1 The River Atlanta and WSB-AM. Prior to his current role, Babin was Director of Sales for CMG Atlanta Radio.

"During his career, Rob has been a strong leader for CMG in Orlando, Atlanta and Miami," said Executive VP Bill Hendrich. "He has grown in leadership roles through his ability to hire and develop talented team members, create world-class work environments and deliver results. We are fortunate to have many talented leaders at CMG to consider for critical roles like this. Rob's understanding of the opportunities ahead, his ability to make positive connections with people and his track record of delivering results equip him to do a fantastic job as our Regional VP."

"I look forward to partnering with our successful Market Managers and leaders across CMG Radio," added Babin. "We have incredible brands and operations in each of our markets, thanks to our talented employees, which sets CMG apart from our competition."

Under Babin's leadership as VP/GM, CMG Miami Radio launched "Hits 97.3." In addition, the CMG Miami team was awarded two National Association of Broadcasters Marconi Awards and two National Association of Broadcasters Service to America Awards for excellence in community service.

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