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April 2, 2014
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NAB Board Elections Results Announced

WASHINGTON, DC -- The National Association of Broadcasters has announced the results of the 2014 NAB Radio and Television Board elections. The two-year terms of the elected board members will begin in June 2014.

NAB Radio Board Elections

Pete Booker
President and CEO
Delmarva Broadcasting Company
Wilmington, DE

Steven Cutler
Executive Vice President, Business Development and Corporate Strategy
Clear Channel
New York City, NY

Gary Exline
General Manager
Eagle Communications, Inc.
Saint Joseph, MO

Kim Guthrie
Executive Vice President
Cox Media Group
Atlanta, GA

Erik Hellum
Executive Vice President
Townsquare Media
Greenwich, CT

Deon Levingston
Senior Vice President and Market Manager
Emmis Communications
New York City, NY

Margaret Perkins
President and CEO
First Natchez Radio Group
Natchez, MS

Mary Quass
President and CEO
NRG Media, LLC
Cedar Rapids, IA

Joe Schwartz
President and CEO
Cherry Creek Radio
Denver, CO
Jose Valle
Univision Radio
Los Angeles, CA

Thomas Walker
Mid-West Family Broadcasting
Madison, WI

NAB Television Board Elections

Emily Barr
President and CEO
Post-Newsweek Stations
Chicago, IL

Marci Burdick
Senior Vice President, Broadcast and Cable
Schurz Communications
Mishawaka, IN

Chris Cornelius
Director of Business Development
Morgan Murphy Media
Schaumburg, IL

Brian Lawlor
Senior Vice President, Television
The E.W. Scripps Company
Cincinnati, OH

Dave Lougee
Gannett Broadcasting
McLean, VA

Vincent Sadusky
President and CEO
LIN Media
Austin, TX

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