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March 28, 2007
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NAB Announces Board Election Results

WASHINGTON, DC – The National Association of Broadcasters has announced the results of the 2007 NAB Radio and Television Board elections. The two-year terms of the newly elected Board Members will begin in June 2007.

NAB Radio Board of Directors

1-New England Peter H. Smyth* President and CEO, Greater Media Inc., Boston

3-PA Dan Savadove President and CEO, Main Line Broadcasting, LLC, West Conshohocken, PA

5-WV-KY Steven W. Newberry* President and CEO, Commonwealth Broadcasting Corp., Glasgow, KY

7-FL-PR-VI Bill Hendrich* VP and Market Manager, Cox Radio Jacksonville, Jacksonville, FL

9-GA-AL Randy D. Gravley President and CEO, Tri-State Communications, WLJA-FM and WPGY-AM, Jasper, GA

11-OH Matthew Mnich President and CEO, North American Broadcasting Co., Columbus, OH

13-MI Bruce Goldsen* President and GM, WKHM-AM/FM, Jackson Radio Works, Inc., Jackson, MI

15-TN-AR Bobby Caldwell* Owner and CEO, East Arkansas Broadcasters, Wynne, AR

17-IL W. Russell Withers Jr.* President, Withers Broadcasting, Mt. Vernon, IL

19-OK-N.TX Kevin S. Perry Vice President, Perry Publishing & Broadcasting Co., Oklahoma City

21-MN-SD-ND Bob Bundgaard* President, Lakes Broadcasting Group, Inc., KLKS, Breezy Point, MN

23-N.CA-AK Rodney Chambers* President, KSUE/KJDX/KHJQ, Sierra Broadcasting Corp., Susanville, CA

25-OR-WA Peter Benedetti* President and CEO, New Northwest Broadcasters, LLC, Seattle

NAB Television Board of Directors

Jim Conschafter*Sr. VP Broadcast Stations, Media General Broadcast Group, Richmond, VA

Paul Karpowicz* President, Broadcasting Group, Meredith Corporation, Hartford, CT

John C. Kueneke* President, News-Press & Gazette Broadcasting, St. Louis

Paul McTear President and CEO, Raycom Media, Montgomery, AL

Ralph M. Oakley Vice President and COO, Quincy Newspapers Inc., Quincy, IL

John E. Reardon* President and CEO, Tribune Broadcasting Co., Chicago

An asterisk indicates an incumbent.

About NAB
The National Association of Broadcasters is a trade association that advocates on behalf of more than 8,300 free, local radio and television stations and also broadcast networks before Congress, the Federal Communications Commission and the Courts. Information about NAB can be found at


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