Neuhoff Media Names New Market Manager In Bloomington
Neuhoff Media has appointed Danielle Outlaw as VP/Market Manager for its three stations in Bloomington IL.
Outlaw joined what was then Clear Channel Springfield IL in 2003 as an Account Executive and worked up to General Sales Manager when Neuhoff purchased the cluster in 2008. The following year she was promoted to VP/Sales for the company, a position she held until now. She will now oversee a cluster that includes “Rock 96.7” WIHN, Variety Hits “97.9 Bob-FM” WBBE, and CHR “Hits 100.7” WWHX.
Danielle Outlaw has been named as Vice President/ Market Manager for Neuhoff Media’s Bloomington Illinois cluster. “Danielle brings over 16-years of experience to her new assignment in the Bloomington-Normal market. We are thrilled to have Danielle step forward and lead our team of professionals in the Twin Cities” says Neuhoff president and CEO Beth Neuhoff. “Danielle is among the brightest and most innovative in this industry” added Neuhoff, “She has not only played a major part of our company’s success, she has been a mentor to many in the industry” said Neuhoff. Danielle is a regular presenter at the Women In Media’s (MIW) Raising Thru The Ranks annual program and other industry events. Outlaw is a former participant of the Mildred Carter MIW Group Mentoring Program and a past finalist for a Radio Wayne Award from Radio Ink Magazine.
Outlaw will transition from her current role in sales oversight for the five Neuhoff markets to her new VP/Market Manager position. She will also continue to serve as Corporate Vice President/Special Projects for the company.
“Danielle brings energy, ideas and passion to her team in Bloomington” adds Neuhoff COO, Mike Hulvey. “The clients and community leaders will love working with her. Together they will make measureable impacts for advertisers, community members and listeners alike” added Hulvey. Neuhoff Media-Bloomington includes WBBE-FM/ 97.9 BOB-FM, WIHN-FM / Rock 96.7 and WWHX-FM / Hits 100.7 along with a growing digital services business.