Entercom Ups Nine To Senior Management Roles


Entercom has elevated nine individuals to senior management roles that span the radio broadcasting company’s digital, programming, events, sales, ad sales marketing, legal, and traffic departments.

Getting new titles are the following individuals:

  • Fred Bennett, Senior Vice President, Traffic Weather Information Network (formerly VP/GM of TWIN, and before that VP/GM of Traffic Operations & Partnerships at CBS Radio)
  • JD Crowley, Chief Digital Officer (formerly EVP/Digital at CBS Radio)
  • Mike Dash, Senior Vice President and Deputy General Counsel (technically in this role for 12 years)
  • Liana Huth, Senior Vice President, Programming Innovation (from VP, since December 2015)
  • Jen Morelli, Senior Vice President, Events and Experiences (from VP)
  • Jenny Nelson, Senior Vice President, Ad Sales Marketing (from VP)
  • John Pacino, Senior Vice President, Product and Engineering (from VP/Product)
  • Sam Rogers, Senior Vice President, National Sales (from VP/Spot Sales and Corporate Partnerships at CBS Radio)
  • Jeff Sottolano, Senior Vice President, Radio and Radio.com Programming (formerly VP/Programming at Entercom and, before that, CBS Radio)

“We are fortunate to have such a talented team of leaders at Entercom and it is a pleasure to be able to promote several of them today in recognition of their increasing roles and responsibilities,” Entercom President/CEO David Field said in prepared remarks. “These are exciting times at the company and as we roll ahead with our investments and execute our transformational plans, we will continue to offer meaningful professional growth opportunities for our top performers.”

Also commenting on the promotions is Entercom COO Weezie Kramer. She said, “This is a strategic move to position ourselves for success in the long-term. We are making great progress and we are excited about where we are headed. With this new, elevated leadership structure, we are poised to maximize our capabilities and scale as one of the best radio broadcast operators in the industry.”