Sonneborn Promoted to VP of Digital Design and Production at Beasley


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Kimberly Sonneborn

Naples and Miami, FL - Oct 18, 2010 - Kimberly Sonneborn has been elevated to the newly created position of vice president of digital design/production at Beasley Broadcast Group. Sonneborn works in the company's Miami office and reports to Vice President of Interactive Kathleen Bricketto.

In her new role, she oversees the company's digital projects, from conception to launch. She is responsible for formulating the initial design concepts and then determining the most appropriate manner in which to present digital projects to both station personnel and advertisers. She also evaluates and recommends emerging Web and online technologies. Additionally, she manages Beasley's team of designers and programmers and serves as a liaison between colleagues in technology and those in sales and programming.

Sonneborn joined Beasley Broadcast Group as Interactive Coordinator in 2000 following her graduation from Liberty College and in that capacity built the company's interactive department. She obtained degrees in public relations and graphic design.




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