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April 19, 2022

NAB Board Election Results Announced

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The National Association of Broadcasters has announced the results of the 2022 NAB Radio and Television Board elections. The two-year terms of the elected board members will begin in June 2022.

New Board members are listed in italics; other Board members listed below have been re-elected.

NAB Radio Board Elections
(Even-numbered districts)

Bill Wilson
Townsquare Media
District 2 - NY, NJ

Bob Proffitt
President & CEO
Alpha Media LLC

District 6 - NC, SC

Michael Hulvey
Neuhoff Media
District 10 - IN

Gabe Fleet
EVP, Business Affairs and Chief Music Licensing Counsel

District 14 - IA, WI

Ben Downs
Vice President
Bryan Broadcasting
District 18 - Southern TX

Justin Chase
Chief Content Officer
Beasley Media Group
District 22 - AZ, NV, NM, UT

Leonard Wheeler
Mel Wheeler, Inc.
District 4 - DE, DC, MD, VA

Flynn Foster
Guaranty Broadcasting Co.
District 8 - LA, MS

John Zimmer
Zimmer Radio of Mid-Missouri, Inc.
District 12 - MO, KS

Pete Benedetti
President and CEO
AlwaysMountainTime, LLC
District 16 - CO, NE

Larry Patrick
Managing Partner
Legend Communications, LLC
District 20 - MT, ID, WY

Andrew Sutor
Executive Vice President/General Counsel
District 24 - Southern CA, Guam, HI

In addition, Jessica Marventano, senior vice president of Government Affairs, iHeartMedia will assume the appointed Board seat currently held by Michele Laven, chief human resources officer and chief diversity officer, iHeartMedia.

NAB Television Board Elections

Lynn Beall
Executive Vice President and COO,
Media Operations

David Griffin
Griffin Communications

Amy Elizabeth Pittenger
Executive Vice President
Bahakel Communications, Ltd.

Jimmy Goodmon
President and COO
WRAL & Fox/Capitol Broadcasting Company

Bert Medina
President and CEO

Nicholas Radziul
Senior Vice President, Distribution and Government Affairs
Hearst Television


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