Lynn Turner is the new business development manager. She will also run the new North Carolina office.
Jim Miller and Todd Jackson are presidents of their own tower companies.
Malcolm Gladwell is the author of The Tipping Point and Outliers.
David Barrett, president and CEO of Hearst-Argyle Television, and Larry Patrick, managing partner of Patrick Communications, were recently named to the National Association of Broadcasters Education Foundation (NABEF) board of directors.
Lisa Erickson replaces Adam Puls.
Herve Odini will be responsible for all three of Digigram's international sales offices.
During the luncheon on April 21, Ramsey will discuss the financial challenges faced by his listeners, and what radio broadcasters can do to relate to their audiences in the current economic climate.
Julius Genachowski, a venture capitalist, is credited with leading Obama's Internet efforts during the campaign.
Steve Morris will continue as chairman of the board and as advisor to new CEO, Michael Skarzynski.
Dan Foley is the principal of Foley and Associates, a Boston-based company specializing in technology and market development for the audio test and measurement market.
Two co-presidents and a VP of administration take their posts.
Deborah Taylor Tate was appointed to the commission by President Bush in 2007 for a term that would end in 2012.
Buzz Goodwin will be responsible for overseeing day-to-day operations of the business as well as managing worldwide sales and marketing strategies, artist relations and product development.
John Abdnour will head Asia/Pacific sales for Nautel.
Tim White, formerly with Clear Channel, is a new hire, and Bryan Jones, formerly with CBS Radio, returns to BE.
The Denmark-based audio manufacturer has also hired a sales engineer to focus on U.S. sales efforts.
Jimmy W. Hayes began working for Cox in 1980. James C. Kennedy remains chairman
Jim Latimer returns after a two-year stint away from Symetrix, which included time with speaker manufacturer Adam Audio.
Brian Lindemann has held positions with Rockwell Collins and Honeywell, and he holds six patents.
The renowned sportscaster will receive the award at the 2009 NAB Show Radio Luncheon.
Chris Lordots previously worked for Gepco and Switchcraft.
In a newly created position, Rick Greenhut will work with stations to upgrade to digital HD Radio technology.
Michael Kropp has worked in radio for more than 15 years and has network and media research experience.
Christina Vergara takes on the duties of director of convention education, and Bob Sitrick will be the executive producer for the NAB Show Content Theater.
Neil Sweeney previously worked as the director of business development and strategy at Canwest.
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