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Entercom/New York Names Susan Larkin Market Manager

Susan Larkin
Susan Larkin

25-year industry vet Susan Larkin is appointed Market Manager for Entercom/New York. She'll continue in her post as Regional President overseeing San Francisco and Sacramento while assuming the Market Manager role in New York, effective April 9. Larkin joined Entercom in July as Regional President with Market Manager responsibilities at Entercom San Francisco. Prior to that, she was Regional VP at Cox Media Group overseeing the group's radio clusters in Orlando and Jacksonville, FL.

"We are thrilled to have Susan take on the market manager role for Entercom New York," said COO Weezie Kramer. "She has demonstrated incredible leadership skills and is a strong, strategic player who builds great teams and drives outstanding results. With her energy and experience, there is no better person to take on the management responsibility in America's #1 media market."

"I am looking forward to joining Entercom New York," said Susan Larkin. "As a native New Yorker, it is exciting to be home and at the center of the media universe, representing some of Entercom's most iconic brands, including 1010 WINS and WFAN."

Concurrently, Gregory Nemitz is promoted to Senior VP/Market Manager of Entercom/San Francisco and Kieran Geffert is upped to VP/Director of Sales in the same market. Both roles will be effective April 1.

Jeff Federman will assume regional oversight of the Southern California markets, including San Diego, Riverside and Palm Springs, while continuing in his post as Senior Vice President/Market Manager of Entercom Los Angeles.

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