Dial Global Gets a New CEO

A little more than a month after announcing a corporate restructuring, radio services and content syndicator program Dial Global has announced another restructuring.

This time Paul Caine will take over as Chief Executive Officer, replacing recently announced CEO Spencer Brown. This is effective April 5. Brown will resign, as will newly appointed company President Ken Williams. Both of those resignations will be effective April 5. Caine will also join the board of directors.

He has spent the last 23 years at Time. Inc. There he spent time working on digital platform developments and ad campaigns.

Caine said, “Dial Global will propel the growth of audio as the essential medium for the mobile experience.” He added: “We have premium content, top-tier distribution, and prestigious live event assets. Our opportunity is to expand these experiences for consumers, broaden our repertoire of content partners, and integrate our on-air, digital and live event offerings to create compelling engagement for advertisers.”

Chairman of Dial Global Neal Schore reiterated the expansion of outlet platforms, “Paul has the vision and experience to build audio assets into high engagement opportunities that connect marketers with consumers everywhere and on every listening platform.”

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