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Clear Channel Chooses McLaughlin for Digital

Greensboro taps Berry for director of sales; Minneapolis names Kalman as GSM

Jeff Berry

Rich McLaughlin has been named director of digital music programming for the Clear Channel Music and Entertainment National Programming Platforms team.

McLaughlin will oversee the digital music programming team and create new brands for the iHeartRadio platform. He will also work with the sales and partnerships teams on growing digital revenue and iHeartRadio branding awareness.

McLaughlin will report to Tim Herbster, VP of Special Programming Projects.

From 2009–2011, McLaughlin served as the digital program director for Clear Channel Digital.

Clear Channel Greensboro has tapped Jeff Berry as its new director of sales, overseeing the sales efforts of the North Carolina station cluster made up of WMAG(FM), WMKS(FM), WPTI(FM), WTQR(FM) and WVBZ(FM).

Berry will join the Piedmont Triad market from Cumulus Media/Citadel Broadcasting in Albuquerque, N.M., where he most recently served as the director of sales for the cluster’s eight radio stations. He joined Cumulus Media/Citadel Broadcasting in 2006.

Clear Channel Minneapolis says Todd Kalman has been named general sales manager for KTCZ(FM) and KQQL(FM).

Kalman was promoted internally, serving Clear Channel Minneapolis in a variety of sales positions for 19 years. He began his radio career at KQQL(FM) as an account executive, and he most recently served as GSM for KDWB(FM) and KEEY(FM), which both achieved record billing numbers under his leadership, according to the company.

Clear Channel Minneapolis owns and operates KTCZ, KEEY, KQQL, KDWB, KFAN(FM) and KTCN(AM).