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iHeartMedia/Denver Names Amy Griesheimer Area President


Amy Griesheimer
Amy Griesheimer
iHeartMedia has named Amy Griesheimer Area President for the Denver Region, effective immediately. She will work with the programming and sales teams in Fort Collins; Colorado Springs; Ogallala, Nebraska; and Cheyenne, Wyoming, as well as work closely with the iHeartMedia/Denver SVP of Sales, Ryan Clune, SVP of Programming, JoJo Turnbeaugh, as well as Colorado Springs Market President, Samantha Kumm. Ms. Griesheimer will report to Tim Hager, President for iHeartMedia's Denver Region and will be based in Fort Collins.

"I am thrilled and honored to be joining the largest media company in the nation," said Griesheimer. "iHeartMedia's tremendous platform in the Rocky Mountain region is unmatched. I am anxious to work with the talented team there and continue developing great marketing solutions with many of the advertisers I have worked with through the years."

"Amy has a proven track record of leading and growing successful teams, and cultivating new and existing relationships," said Hager. "Her passion, energy and skills are an ideal match for iHeartMedia's Denver Region. We're fortunate to have Amy at the helm of our strong brands in these markets."

Griesheimer is an industry veteran who brings 29 years of broadcast radio experience to her new role. Her extensive background includes a variety of Vice President, Director of Sales, General Manager and Market Manager positions at stations in Denver, Seattle and Madison, Wisconsin. Her numerous recognitions include being twice nominated for Radio Wayne Awards by Radio Ink. She began her career at KSPN-FM in Aspen, Colorado and graduated from the NAB Executive Development Program for Radio Broadcasters program, which is a part of the Georgetown University McDonough school of Business Executive Education program.

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