Amy Stevens is returning to the CBS Radio nest that she left in 2009.
Stevens will occupy the newly created senior vice president, Strategic Events and Partnerships position, reporting to CBS Radio President and CEO Dan Mason.
“Stevens will have oversight of all events produced by the division’s 126 stations and be responsible for developing a new slate of concerts and live programs both large and small that build awareness of CBS Radio’s leading music, sports and news brands using a vast collection of over-the-air, digital and social assets,” a release explained. It added, “Additionally, she will forge affiliations with local venues and event promoters, designing customized programs that appeal to audiences nationwide.”
Stevens previously worked for CBS Radio 1996–2009. She has also worked for Madison Square Garden Entertainment, the Fuse TV network and KROQ(FM).