Entravision names Fourzan SVP/Sales in Albuquerque

By on May, 20 2014 with Comments 0

Entravision announced the appointment of Carlos Fourzan to Senior Vice President of Sales for the Albuquerque, New Mexico market. In his new role, Fourzan will be responsible for expanding all sales activities in the region across Entravision’s radio, digital and mobile properties and its marketing services.

“We are fortunate to have Carlos lead our sales efforts in Albuquerque and know that he is the best candidate for this role,” said Jeff Apodaca, Executive Vice President, Mountain Region, of Entravision. “Carlos is a proven executive with extensive expertise in delivering integrated advertising campaigns for clients.  He has built valuable business relationships in the Latino community and his strong business acumen will help us to capitalize on a range of growth opportunities we see in the market.”

Fourzan has over 15 years of experience cultivating strategic branding and product development expertise and proven sales leadership skills across television, radio and interactive media. Fourzan most recently served as Vice President of Integrated Marketing Solutions for Entravision’s New Mexico market where he was consistently a top sales revenue generator. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from the University of Texas at El Paso.

Albuquerque, New Mexico is one of Entravision’s robust media markets, with three television stations, two radio stations, websites and other interactive digital media properties. In Albuquerque, Entravision operates Univision affiliate KLUZ-TV, as well as the bilingual bicultural network, LATV on its digital tier and provides sales and marketing services under an arrangement for UniMás affiliate KTFQ-TV. Entravision also owns and operates radio properties KRZY José 105.9 FM and KRZY 1450 ESPN Deportes AM.

 

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