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Darren Davis Named President of Networks Group for Clear Channel Media and Entertainment
New York - Jan 28, 2014 Clear Channel Media and Entertainment has created a new unified networks group. Darren Davis will lead this effort as president, Clear Channel Networks Group.
In his new role, Davis will oversee and ensure the success and close integration of the networks -- Premiere Networks, Total Traffic and Weather Network, the 24/7 News Network and the iHeartRadio Network.
All the Networks will continue to work closely with the National Programming Platforms group and the Clear Channel National Sales, Marketing and Partnerships group will continue to handle advertising sales for Premiere Networks within the strategy set by Premiere Management.
Davis has had a long standing, very successful career within Clear Channel starting at WASH-FM in Washington, D.C. in 1992 as an intern working his way up to eventually becoming the station's program director and overnight on-air host. He has since served as a regional vice president of programming for Clear Channel Detroit and Chicago and worked his way up through the ranks as senior vice president of programming and to his previous role as executive vice president and general manager of national programming platforms.
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