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Davis oversees all ad sales for Univision Radio—70 stations in 16 of the top U.S. Hispanic markets including five stations in Puerto Rico. Davis spent most of his career at CBS Radio, initially at WFAN-AM and most recently at 1010 WINS in NYC. While GSM at CBS Radio’s highest-billing all-news radio station from 2009 to 2011, he led its sales organization to be among the top ranked revenue producers in America, with oversight of all of the station’s revenue platforms. Prior to his return to CBS Radio, Davis worked for Cox Radio from 2006 to 2009 as VP/GM of its Southern Connecticut cluster of stations, where in his first year he led them to their highest cash flow year ever. Early in his career, Davis was a key member of the team that built WFAN into a sports radio powerhouse. He was promoted from account executive in 1990 to local sales manager in 1992, GSM in 1993, and VP/GM in 1998. With all of the changes and new deals going on in Hispanic Radio of late--and with Univision Radio being no exception--RBR-TVBR asked Lee for his thoughts: