Internet broadcaster Live365 has selected Dennis Constantine as its new director of broadcasting. He joins the company after it recently announced Mark Lam’s return as CEO.
Constantine has been in the broadcasting industry for decades and has programmed radio stations ranging from pop, AC, rock, oldies, alternative and AAA. He was employed by CBS Radio for 14 years, and he also had gigs with Cumulus Media and public radio. He led the broadcasting teams at stations including Boulder-Denver’s KBCO(FM), Portland’s KINK(FM) and KFOG(FM) in San Francisco.
“When you listen to a music mix on Live365, you are listening to a very personal musical experience,” said Constantine. “It’s not based on algorithms, but rather on music from a trusted tastemaker — an individual that is enthusiastic, even passionate, about their craft. One of my roles will be to bring new visionary broadcasters on board, show them how they can express their art, and even make some money while doing it!”