WASHINGTON, D.C. – The National Association of Broadcasters has announced the results of the 2023 NAB Radio and Television Board of Directors elections. The two-year terms of the elected board members will begin in June 2023.
New board members are listed in italics; other Board members listed below have been re-elected.
Kenneth W. Forte
Effective immediately, Joel McCrea, market president – Des Moines, IA, iHeartMedia will assume the District 14 (IA, WI) board seat that was held by Gabe Fleet formerly of iHeartMedia.
Starting in June 2023, Conrad Trautmann, chief technology officer of Cumulus Media, will be appointed to the designated held by Mary Berner, Cumulus.
*As of June 2023, Julie Koehn will be appointed to District 13 (MI) and Chris Ornelas will be appointed to a designated seat vacated by Bill McElveen who termed out.
Effective immediately, Kristopher Jones, executive vice president and head of Government Relations at Fox Corporation, has been appointed to the designated seat currently held by Joe Di Scipio, senior vice president, FCC legal and business affairs and assistant general counsel at Fox Corporation.
Effective immediately, Dean Littleton, senior vice president of Local Media, The E.W. Scripps Company, has been appointed to the designated seat currently held by Brian Lawlor, president, Scripps Sports, the E.W. Scripps Company.
As of June 2023, Keith R. Murphy, senior vice president, Government Relations and Regulatory Counsel, Paramount Global will be appointed to the designated seat currently held by DeDe Lea of Paramount.
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