Radio Vet Elected IBS Chairman, EVP

Len Mailloux has been elected chairman and executive vice president of the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System.
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Len Mailloux has been elected chairman and executive vice president of the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System. He teaches radio broadcasting at The New England Institute of Art and oversaw the launch of the college's now decade-old Internet radio station, NEIA Live.

Mailloux has more than 30 years experience in commercial radio, and has been an active member of the IBS board of directors and vice president of regional development at IBS for more than five years. He has been a member of the Digital Media & Communications faculty since 1990.

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