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Griswold Holladay Named iHeart’s RVP of Mid-South Sales

Company also makes two programming leadership appointments

iHeartMedia says Sherri Griswold Holladay has been named regional vice president of sales for the Mid-South Region. Also, JoJo Turnbeaugh has been named senior vice president of programming for the Las Vegas market, and Travis Moon has been named director of Country operations for Austin-San Antonio region, effective Feb. 22, 2016.

Griswold will oversee all sales operations for New Orleans; Memphis, Tenn.; Mobile /Pensacola, Ala.; Jackson, Miss.; Biloxi-Laurel, Miss.; Tallahassee, Fla.; Panama City, Fla.; Baton Rouge, La.; and Tupelo, Miss.

She has been with iHeartMedia for 19 years, with more than 34 years in the industry in southwest Florida. She most recently served as the regional market president, overseeing Fort Myers/Naples, Sarasota, Bradenton, Panama City and Tallahassee, with some additional responsibilities in West Palm Beach and Melbourne, Fla.

In 2014, Griswold was named the chairman of the Florida Association of Broadcasters.

Turnbeaugh will be responsible for leading the programming efforts in the Las Vegas market. He will also serve as program director and afternoon host for KWNR(FM). A release said that as SVP of programming, he will work with talent and the programming staff to deliver opportunities to reach listeners through iHeartMedia Las Vegas’ assets, including on-air, online, social media promotions, personality endorsements and live event integrations.

The Las Vegas cluster includes KWNR(FM), KSNE(FM), KPLV(FM) and KPLV(HD2).

Travis Moon will oversee KASE(FM) and KVET(FM) in Austin and KAJA(FM) and KPRT(FM) in San Antonio.

Moon most recently served as the senior liaison for radio development at ALSAC/St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. He previously served as program director for KAJA and KRPT from 2009–2014 in San Antonio, as well as PD for WUBE(FM) and WYGY(FM) from 2007–09 in Cincinnati. Prior to that, Moon spent 11 years with iHeartMedia in Minneapolis, where he served as assistant program director and music director at KEEY(FM).