iHeartMedia Chicago announced Khatija Mohiuddin was named local sales manager, effective March 28. And effective immediately, iHeartMedia Minneapolis announced that Rich Davis will return as director of contemporary hit music stations for the Western Great Lakes Region, and as program director for KDWB(FM) and KTCZ(FM)/Cities 97. In Seattle, Rich Moore was named senior vice president of programming, and Kevin Shockey is the new assistant program director of KJR(AM).
According to an announcement, Mohiuddin brings over a decade of experience to her position, with market knowledge, client relationships and a track record for success. Most recently, she was an account executive for WTMX(FM) in Chicago.
“I am so excited to return to iHeartMedia,” said Mohiuddin. “I’m really looking forward to working with such amazing radio properties as well as an incredibly talented sales team.”
In the Western Great Lakes Region, Davis will oversee programming for WZEE(FM)/Z104 in Madison, Wis.; WRNW(FM)/97.3 Radio Now in Milwaukee; and WBIZ(FM)/Z100 in Eau Claire, Wis. He previously served as the senior vice president of programming for iHeartMedia Seattle.
Jeff Tyler, president of the Western Great Lakes Region for iHeartMedia, said he was looking forward to working again with Davis and have him lead the programming for KDWB and Cities 97. “His success and experience will be a great influence on the other great CHR stations in our region,” said Tyler.
According to Gregg Swedberg, senior vice president of programming for the Western Great Lakes Region, Davis’ strategic skills will be of use across the region. Tony Coles, executive vice president of programming, Central Division, agreed and added that they are excited to have Davis back in Minneapolis.
“It’s an honor to get to work with my old teams to program those heritage brands again,” said Davis. “I’m also excited to work with the other CHR stations I know well in Western Great Lakes Region.”
In Seattle, though named senior vice president of programming Rich Moore will continue as program director of sports talk station KJR(AM). Moore has been with iHeartMedia Seattle since 1993, the announcement stated. Kent Haehl, market president of iHeartMedia Seattle, said that Moore is a successful leader that understands how to create relationships with listeners.
“It’s an exciting time here at iHeartMedia — the talent and brands are poised for great success. I’m very much looking forward to being a part of it,” said Moore.