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Sutton Is New Corporate Chief for Debut

The company is in expansion mode and says it is creating the first of several planned “Super-Regional Clusters” within the southeastern United States.
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Bill Sutton is the new corporate chief engineer at Debut Broadcasting Corp., based in Nashville.

The firm has stations in Greenville, Miss., and now Vicksburg; it also owns syndicator Impact Radio Networks.

The company is in expansion mode and says it is creating the first of several planned “Super-Regional Clusters” within the southeastern United States, calling this approach a more economical way to operate stations in smaller markets. The company has trademarked the name Super-Regional Cluster. Steve Ludwig is CEO of Debut Broadcasting.

Sutton is a former chief for Clear Channel. He maintained several stations in Iowa; he also was charged with rebuilding three studios in Bryan, Texas. He was a chief in Bristol, Tenn., and began his career in broadcast engineering in 1998 with Broadcast Tech Service in Miss., where he was a contract engineer until 2003.

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