IHeartMedia says Adam Denenberg will join the company as chief technology officer of the iHeartRadio Network. The company’s Dallas cluster has also chosen Kelly Parker as its new vice president of sales.
Denenberg joins iHeartMedia from the Huffington Post. Denenberg will be responsible for the technology strategy and vision for iHeartRadio. He will also oversee the technology infrastructure across its network of websites, including the local radio station and talent-specific sites. Denenberg will also work closely with other divisions within the company to develop new technology initiatives that create dynamic experiences for iHeartRadio listeners, advertisers and partners.
Denenberg will report to Darren Davis, president of iHeartRadio and iHeartMedia Networks.
At the Huffington Post, Denenberg served as VP of engineering, where he was responsible for the leadership, strategy and implementation of technology projects for huffingtonpost.com and its advertising, search and publishing platforms. Prior to the Huffington Post, Denenberg spent almost four years as senior vice president of technology, collaboration and multimedia for Thomson Reuters. His background also includes technology positions with ROO Media, About.com and Comedy Central.
As vice president of sales, Parker will oversee all sales operations for Dallas’ six-station cluster. She will join the Dallas team after serving as vice president of sales for iHeartMedia’s Premiere Networks in the Southwest region.
Parker started her radio career in 1995 as a national account executive at Sentry Radio in Atlanta. She later moved to Dallas and joined Amcast Radio, where she served as a national account executive. Over 14 years, she held leadership roles such as director of national sales, general sales manager and regional executive for the Brand Integration Group at iHeartMedia Dallas-Fort Worth.
IHeartMedia Dallas operates KHKS(FM), KEGL(FM), KDMX(FM), KZPS(FM), KDGE(FM) and KFXR(AM).