NAB Board Election Results
Washington, DC - Mar 31, 2008 - The National Association of Broadcasters has announced the results of the 2008 NAB Radio and Television Board elections. The two-year terms of the newly elected board members will begin in June 2008.
|2-NY-NJ||Joseph M. Bilotta, COO*||Buckley Radio, New York, NY|
|4-DE-DC-MD-VA||Joel Oxley, Senior Regional Vice President*||Bonneville International; Bonneville Washington Radio Group; WTOP/WGMS/WFED/WTWP; Washington, DC|
|6 NC-SC||William McElveen, Vice President||Citadel Broadcasting; South East Region; Columbia, SC|
|8-LA-MS||Bob Holladay, Owner/General Manager*||Holladay Broadcasting; Monroe, LA|
|10-IN||Rick Cummings, President - Radio Div.*||Emmis Communications; Burbank, CA|
|12-MO-KS||John Beck, Senior Vice President/Market Manager||Emmis Communications; St. Louis, MO|
|14-IA-WI||Mary Quass, President/CEO*||NRG Media; Cedar Rapids, IA|
|16-CO-NE||Eric Brown, General Manager||Nebraska Rural Radio Association; KRVN; Lexington, NE|
|18-So. TX||Ben Downs, General Manager||Bryan Broadcasting; Bryan, TX|
|20-MT-ID-WY||Ron Davis, President/GM*||Butte Broadcasting; KBOW-AM/KOPR-FM; Butte, MT|
|22-AZ-NV-NM-UT||Paul G. Gardner, President/CEO*||Elko Broadcasting Company; KELK-AM/KLKO-FM; Elko, NV|
|24-S.CA-GU-HI||Howard B. Anderson, Pres./CEO*||KHWY; Los Angeles, CA|
|David Barrett, President/CEO*||Hearst-Argyle Television; New York, NY|
|Lynn Beall, Executive Vice President*||Gannett Broadcasting, KSDK-TV; St. Louis, MO|
|Elizabeth Murphy Burns, President*||Morgan Murphy Stations; Duluth, MN|
|William B. Peterson, Sr. VP, TV Station Group*||The E. W. Scripps Company; Cincinnati, OH|
|Doreen Wade, President*||Freedom Broadcasting; West Palm Beach, FL|
|James Yager, CEO*||Barrington Broadcasting; Hoffman Estates, IL|
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