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Bill Mayne Named Executive Director of Country Radio Broadcasters
Nashville, TN - Mar 15, 2010 - The Country Radio Broadcasters (CRB) board of directors has named Bill Mayne of Nashville-based firm Mayne Street Consulting to be the executive director of the organization. Mayne is a country radio and music industry veteran with senior level experience in country radio broadcasting, including programming and operations management at KZLA/KLAC (Los Angeles), KSCS/WBAP (Dallas) and KASE (Austin). His resume also includes work in artist development, management and positions at major and independent record labels (senior VP general manager and VP promotion at Warner Bros Nashville, VP of promotion and artist development at 903 Music).
Mayne is the owner of Mayne Street Consulting, a private entertainment consultancy providing analysis and guidance to clients in the entertainment field. Clients include CRB, GAC, IEBA, Nexshow, Dualtone Records, Muscle Shoals Music Group, Fame Records and RGK Entertainment, among others. Mayne Street Consulting assists companies in the radio and music industries with strategic planning, marketing, management and artist development opportunities. Mayne also serves as current president of the Academy of Country Music.
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