Beasley Promotes Justin Chase To EVP/Programming

Beasley Media Group Greater Media Philadelphia Boston Detroit Charlotte New Jersey WMMR WMGK WRIF WCSX WBOS WKLB WMJXBeasley Media has promoted Justin Chase to Executive Vice President of Programming.

Chase has been with Beasley since 2009 first as Operations Manager for the company’s Las Vegas cluster and since 2013 as VP/Programming. Prior to joining Beasley he worked for CBS Radio as Imaging Director and later Program Director of Hot AC “Mix 94.1” KMXB and Variety Hits “100.5 Jack-FM” KKJJ.

Beasley Media Group, Inc. a subsidiary of Beasley Broadcast Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: BBGI) has promoted Justin Chase to Executive Vice President of Programming.

Justin served as Vice President of Programming since 2013, after four years of service as Operations Manager for Beasley Media Group’s radio stations in Las Vegas.

“When I joined Beasley in 2009 as a Program Director in Las Vegas, I never imagined that I would have been given the opportunity to serve this great company at this level,” noted Justin. “Every day, I get to learn and work with some of the finest Program Directors in the industry and the amazing leadership team at the corporate office. I want to sincerely thank Caroline Beasley, Bruce Beasley, Brian Beasley and of course, our founder George Beasley for their confidence in me to lead the programming strategy of this growing company.”

Justin represents Beasley Media Group on several industry boards, including: the Media Ratings Council (MRC), the Nielsen Advisory Council, and the Council for Research Excellence (CRE).

“We are absolutely thrilled and honored to announce Justin’s promotion. He has a proven track record of strategically creating and evolving the direction of our products,” said Interim CEO Caroline Beasley. “We will continue to benefit from Justin’s commitment to excellence in content, as Beasley expands our reach and influence.”

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  1. Joseph_Gallant says

    In corporate America (including broadcasting and cable/satellite), there are so many Vice Presidents, Executive Vice Presidents, Senior Vice Presidents, and Senior Executive Vice Presidents that I wonder if some companies are overrun with Vice Presidents of various stripes and ranks!

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