LDR Promotes Mumley, Adds Two to Sales Team
Cleveland, Dallas - Sep 18, 2013 - LDR Interactive has added two new executives to its affiliate sales team and promoted Jami Mumley. The team growth follows the Spring 2013 addition of Tracy Gilliam, a veteran radio industry professional with more than 23 years of broadcasting, sales and management experience, to the role of director of sales for LDR.
Jami Mumley takes on a new role as vice president/sales. Mumley's role at LDR has evolved since she joined the company more than three years ago. Prior to LDR, Mumley worked at Cumulus Media Network and served as national sales manager for Susquehanna Radio Dallas (KTCK, KPLX, KDBN and KLIF).
LDR has also added two sellers to the team. Jared Goldberg, manager affiliate sales, will be based in LDR's Dallas office. Goldberg brings a diverse skillset in programming and digital content management to the team, having worked in Pittsburgh, Des Moines and Colorado Springs.
Doug Raines joins LDR with a focus on small market and non-commercial broadcasters. With more than 30 years experience in broadcast, Raines has worked in business development for numerous broadcast startups, as the general manager for Branson Music Network, regional manager for TM Century, and VP/sales for Dave Scott's RadioTraffic.com. In addition, Raines has worked in many different areas of radio including account representative, on-air talent, music director, and general manager.
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