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Dollinger Upped at Clear Channel

Dollinger Upped at Clear Channel

Clear Channel has promoted Lisa Dollinger to chief communications officer, a new position.
While focused on improving the company’s corporate image to the outside world for the past two years, now she will focus on communications within the company.
“It’s an opportunity to work with employees more closely. Previously, I was working to correct inaccurate impressions from outside the company.”
Clear Channel President and Chief Executive Officer Mark Mays credited Dollinger for turning around public perception of the company, stating: “Two years ago, our company was largely misunderstood and fabrications were accepted as fact.”
In her expanded role, Dollinger is now chief communications strategist and spokesperson for Clear Channel. She will direct corporate communications and branding, reputation and issues management, strategic positioning of the company’s diverse global assets, media relations, consumer marketing, sponsorships and employee communications. She will also work with executive management on litigation, public policy and financial communications.
Dollinger joined Clear Channel in 2003 as senior vice president of marketing and communications for the company’s radio division and was named senior vice president, corporate communications in 2003.
Before joining Clear Channel, she was vice president of corporate communications at Capstar Broadcasting Corporation, and helped build and promote the company through its merger with Chancellor Media Corporation in 2000 (creating AMFM, Inc.) and through its subsequent acquisition by Clear Channel.