Entercom San Francisco’s Walker Is Retiring

VP/Market Manager wraps up 30-year radio career
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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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