Don Benson, president and CEO of Lincoln Financial Media, replaces Caroline Beasley, executive vice president and CFO of Beasley Broadcast Group, who is now the radio board second vice chairman.
The former South Dakota Congressman and Senator most recently worked in public affairs.
Butcher steps back to the role of chairman.
Monahan has been the project engineer and facilitated the development of new studio and transmission facilities for a major radio group.
Tom Schurr is the new president of operations for major markets, and Matt Martin is the new president of operations for regional markets.
Mayer was previously the national sales manager for Sennheiser USA.
Bob Demuth has 35 years of active, hands-on broadcast engineering experience, including 17 years as vice president/CTO of a major US radio and TV broadcast group.
Todd Harrington has nearly four decades of broadcast-related experience having worked in radio as an owner, director of engineering and manager, and previously working for Gepco.
Frank Massa was most recently the APAC regional sales manager with Broadcast Electronics for AM/FM radio transmitter and studio systems.
Mason is the president and CEO of CBS Radio, the 2012 Radio Show Steering Committee Chair and an active member of the NAB Radio Board of Directors.
Fort is the former president of Netia's supervisory board, and has worked with organizations including British Telecom, Alcatel, Ericsson and Atos.
Susie Hedrick is elevated to SVP, sales and business development.
Joe Macdonald joins Nautel from Broadcast Electronics.
Green has worked for the past 20+ years with integrated circuit manufacturers focused on audio products.
Moonves will discuss the changing media landscape and what is on the horizon for radio.
His broadcast career included working for RCA, Phillips Electronics and Continental Electronics.
Tamiko Fletcher has been with Cumulus Media Networks for five years and most recently served as director of new program development.
Ben Barber has been the COO of Inovonics since 2007.
The 32-year industry veteran will be based in Nautel's Quincy, IL, office.
Ajit Pai and Jessica Rosenworcel bring the FCC to its full compliment.
Onan was most recently with Broadcast Electronics.
Edgar Higueros and Fab Sanabria join Mary Ann Seidler and John Bisset at the company's U.S. offices.
Ed Atsinger, Don Benson, Alfred Liggins III, Jessica Marventano and Dan Mason are joined by Erik Hellum on the board.
Gabe Hobbs has specialized in news, talk and sports formats for the past 20 years.
Wendell Lonergan, a 30+-year veteran of Nautel, will oversee broadcast sales efforts worldwide.
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