Emmis Communications Promotes Four at Corporate Office
Indianapolis - May 11, 2009 - Emmis Communications today announced a series of promotions in its corporate office. Scott Enright has been promoted to executive vice president, general counsel and secretary. He joined Emmis as associate general counsel in October 1998.
Formerly vice president of integrated technologies, Paul Brenner has been promoted to senior vice president/chief technology officer. Brenner also serves as the president of the Broadcaster Traffic Consortium. He joined Emmis in August 1998.
Traci Thomson has been promoted to vice president of human resources. Thomson joined Emmis in December of 2004 as director of employee services.
Ian Arnold, who joined the company in July of 2007, has been promoted from corporate counsel to vice president, associate general counsel and assistant secretary.<hr>
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