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Cumulus Media Chooses VP of Sales for New York Group

Also names two new program directors in Green Bay and Modesto

Glen Tacinelli

Cumulus Media has appointed Glen Tacinelli as vice president of sales for Cumulus Media New York. Also, the company has named Dayton Kane as program director for Green Bay, Wis., stations WOGB(FM) and WKRU(FM). Andy Winford also becomes program director of KATM(FM) in Modesto/Stockton, Calif.

Tacinelli will oversee sales for WABC(AM), WPLJ(FM), WNSH(FM) and WNBM(FM), as well as the cluster’s digital assets. He had previously worked as general sales manager of WABC(AM), since July 2015. Tacinelli was director of sales for Katz Radio for more than seven years and managed a sales team focused on cluster selling in over 137 markets. He has also held management positions at CBS Radio, Katz Media and Arbitron/Nielsen.

Dayton Kane most recently was PD for E.W. Scripps’ WKTI(FM) in Milwaukee. He also has worked as PD and morning host of WKSZ(FM) and WKZG(FM) for Woodward Communications in Green Bay. He has also held PD and on-air talent positions for stations including WIFC(FM) in Wausau, Wis.; KYRX(FM) in Marble Hill, Mo.; KBXB(FM) in Sikeston, Mo.; and WYZM(FM) in Madison, Wis.

Dayton Kane

Andy Winford joins Cumulus Media from Townsquare Media-Yakima, Wash., where he was brand manager of KIT(AM) and KATS(FM). Prior to that, he was brand manager for Townsquare Media’s Billings, Mont., station group. Winford also held programming positions including PD of KHBN(FM) in Edmonton, Alberta; program director for KKBZ(FM) and KHIT(FM) in Fresno, Calif; director of FM programming for iHeartMedia in San Luis Obispo, Calif; and PD of KURQ(FM) and KSTT(FM) in Modesto, Calif.

Cumulus Media combines local programming with nationally syndicated media, sports and entertainment brands to deliver content choices through its approximately 450 owned and operated stations broadcasting in 90 U.S. media markets, more than 8,200 broadcast radio stations affiliated with its Westwood One network and numerous digital channels.