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Ginny Morris Appointed CEO of Hubbard Broadcasting
ST. PAUL, Minn. – July 7, 2014 – Hubbard Radio today announced planned changes to its executive management team. Ginny Morris will maintain her chairmanship and become chief executive officer, effective immediately. Bruce Reese, current president and chief executive officer, will continue his involvement with the company as Special Advisor to Hubbard Radio
Reese first joined Bonneville International in 1984 and was appointed president and CEO in 1996. An industry leader, he was instrumental in the transition when the 17 Bonneville radio stations across four markets (Washington, D.C., Chicago, St. Louis and Cincinnati) were purchased by Hubbard Radio in 2011. The acquisition also meant the addition of 547 Bonneville employees.
Morris has been chair of Hubbard Radio since 2011 and is a third-generation broadcaster with over 30 years of radio and television broadcasting experience. She currently serves on the board of the Radio Advertising Bureau, Broadcast Music, Inc., the Library of American Broadcasting and the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB). In May 2013, Morris was honored with the National Radio Award by NAB and the Radio Advertising Bureau for her outstanding leadership in the industry. Additionally, Morris serves as a board member of the University of Minnesota Foundation and University of St. Thomas.
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