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Maine Association of Broadcasters Hires CEO

Tim Moore succeeds the late Suzanne Goucher

Tim Moore is the new president and CEO of the Maine Association of Broadcasters.

He succeeds Suzanne Goucher, who passed away in January. Goucher had led the association for almost three decades.

Tim Moore

The hiring was announced by MAB Board of Directors Chairman David Abel. He said the board “was looking for someone with deep experience in Maine broadcasting and extensive relationships throughout the state.”

Most recently Moore was most VP of programming for iHeartMedia New Hampshire.

Earlier in his career he worked at WKSQ(FM)/Bangor and was longtime operations manager of WHOM(FM) and WJBQ(FM) Portland. 

He is a former member of the MAB Board of Directors, former Board Chair, and a member of the MAB Hall of Fame. He was awarded its inaugural Broadcast Achievement Award in 2010.

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Suzanne Goucher kept the Maine association prominent among U.S. state broadcast associations. She was a past president of the National Alliance of State Broadcasters Associations and an expert on the Emergency Alert System and the Amber Alert Program; she was quoted by Radio World and other publications on those topics. 

At the time of her death, she was chair of NASBA’s EAS Committee. She had testified about EAS and the Integrated Public Alert and Warning System in front of two congressional committees, according to her obituary.

Moore’s appointment is effective immediately.