iHM Names Region Presidents in Detroit and Philadelphia
|RADIO ONLINE | Thursday, July 12, 2018|
iHeartMedia appoints Paul Corvino as Region President for its cluster in Detroit and Nick Gnau has been named Region President for iHM/Philadelphia, effective immediately. East Division President Tom McConnell said, "Nick and Paul are great leaders with successful track records and who have done an extraordinary job for us across multiple markets and platforms. Their vast experience and proven leadership and performance results have shown that they are the perfect candidates."
Gnau has been with iHeartMedia for over 25 years and most recently served as Region President for iHeartMedia Detroit, where he oversaw the Detroit, Grand Rapids, Toledo and Muskegon, Michigan markets. His background also includes serving as a Regional Market Manager and Vice President in a variety of markets including Dayton, Lima and Marion in Ohio. Gnau is a board member for Detroit Radio Advertising Group and is part of the Ad Council Local Advisory Board.
Corvino joins iHeartMedia Detroit from Clear Channel Outdoor Americas, where he most recently served as Regional President for its Midwest Region. He brings over 25 years of executive management experience to his new role, including positions at AOL, the New York Times and Cablevision Systems. Corvino was also the founder and president of C2MediaSales.com, an advertising, sponsorship and business development organization.
In addition, iHeartMedia announced that Rich Lewis will transition to the role of VP/Multi-Market Partnerships, lending his executive leadership and expertise to iHeartMedia's Multi-Market Partnerships/Total Traffic & Weather Network team and reporting to Julie Donohue, Senior Vice President of Multi-Market Partnerships. iHeartMedia is the leading media outlet in the Detroit and Philadelphia markets with multiple platforms, including its broadcast stations; live events; data; and its digital businesses and platforms, including mobile, social and its own iHeartRadio, iHeartMedia's free all-in-one digital music, podcasting and live streaming radio service - with more than 1.7 billion app downloads and 110 million registered users.