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Infinity Restructures Radio Operations

Infinity Restructures Radio Operations

Joel Hollander is putting his mark on Infinity Broadcasting.
The new president and COO has initiated a restructuring of its regional and major market radio operations.
Scott Herman becomes senior VP of the eastern region. He had been senior vice president/market manager for Infinity Radio New York and VP/GM of WINS(AM) and WNEW(FM). Herman will oversee Infinity markets on the eastern seaboard except for New York, which reports to Hollander.
Herman replaces Kenny O’Keefe, who leaves the company. Also out is Clancy Woods, who oversaw western markets except L.A. A replacement hasn’t been named.
Brian Ongaro will continue to serve as SVP/Central and adds oversight of San Francisco and
Hollander announced new appointments in the New York and Philly markets:
Greg Janoff becomes VP and GM of WINS;
Chad Brown, general sales manager for WCBS(AM) New York, adds the title of director of sales for the New York market. He succeeds Janoff.
Don Bouloukos, who oversaw central ops for Infinity before leaving the company last fall, becomes Philadelphia market manager, as well as VP/GM for KYW(AM) and WYSP(FM). Roy Shapiro stays on there to ensure a smooth transition before retiring next year. Bouloukos replaces Drew Hilles.
Marc Rayfield, former director of sales for the Philadelphia market, becomes VP and GM of (WIP)AM.
Hollander is the former president and CEO of Westwood One who took the reins at Infinity last month. He also is former GM of WFAN(AM) in New York.