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iHeartMedia Names Goldberg SVP of Sales for Denver

Lewis appointed to assistant program director in Las Vegas

Group owner iHeartMedia has announced that Micah Goldberg will manage sales operations for the company’s 26 stations in the Denver region. Also out West, Lois Lewis is the new assistant program director/music director for KWNR(FM) in Las Vegas.

In Denver Goldberg will report to Region President Tim Hager.

Goldberg served as an account executive for AMFM and Cox Radio in Houston for five years. He then moved to Phoenix with CBS Radio before joining iHeartMedia Phoenix where he spent 10 years working as an account executive, local sales manager and general sales manager. Goldberg joined iHeartMedia Denver four years ago as FM sales director and then vice president of sales.

“Micah is a great partner to me and will continue to be a great partner to Denver Region advertisers,” said Hager.

Goldberg said he was grateful to work for a company with such a scope and influence. “Armed with iHeartMedia’s vast arsenal of radio, digital, mobile, events and talent, the Denver Region is able to provide our partners with the single best opportunity to compete and grow their business.”

In Las Vegas, Lois Lewis was named assistant program director/music director, as well as midday host, for KWNR(FM)/95.5 The Bull.

Lewis was recently with Republic Nashville, where she served as the senior director of West Coast Promotion. Lewis’ radio experience includes Cumulus Country KIIM(FM) in Tucson, and iHeartMedia KNIX(FM) in Phoenix.

“Vegas, I don’t think you’re ready,” said Lewis. “I am so excited to be part of 95.5 The Bull. I think I’m one of those people born to be a broadcaster.”

According to iHeartMedia Las Vegas Senior Vice President of Programming JoJo Turnbeaugh, Lois and her passion for radio and knowledge of the business is a tremendous addition to the team. “I can’t wait for her larger than life personality to hit the Las Vegas airwaves,” he said.