Entercom San Francisco’s Walker Is Retiring
     

Entercom San Francisco Dwight Walker

Entercom Communications Corp. says its San Francisco Market Manager Dwight Walker is retiring. Walker, who has been the vice president and market manager for San Francisco since 2007, is concluding a radio career that began in 1983.

“2013 marks my 30th year in radio, with the last 25 spent here in San Francisco. It has been a fun, rewarding, stimulating and fantastic time,” said Walker. “I have cherished my years with Entercom, and I want to thank David Field, Weezie Kramer, Deborah Kane and Pat Paxton for the ability to work for a world-class company. Their vision and commitment to radio is what will keep our industry and Entercom San Francisco moving forward in a thriving and robust way.”

Candidates interested in the San Francisco vice president/market manager position should contact Noreen McCormack, vice president of Human Resources.

 


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