Pamal Adds Albany Market Manager & Director of Digital
Pamal Broadcasting has announced two new executive hires.
AJ Bodden joins the company as Market Manager of its six station cluster in Albany NY. Bodden launched his own events company, Rising Tide Marketing last year, after previously serving as Townsquare Media’s Vice President of Events from 2013-2015. He will oversee CHR “Fly 92.3” WFLY, AC “B95.5” WYJB, Urban “96.3 Jamz” WAJZ, Country “100.9 The Cat” WKLI, Sports “Win 104.9” WINU, and Oldies “Magic 590” WROW/100.5 W263CG. He succeeds Bryan Hollenbaugh, who exited in late 2017 and just purchased 101.5 WMJZ Gaylord MI.
Also joining Pamal is John Damboragian as Director of Digital overseeing the digital sales and assets for the company’s 23 stations in Albany, Glens Falls and Hudson Valley NY and Rutland VT. Damboragian joins Pamal from Gannett Media where he most recently served as Digital Sales Manager for the Journal News and LoHud.com.
Pamal Broadcasting is announcing the addition of two new executives joining the Pamal Team. A.J. Bodden is the new Market Manager for the six station cluster in Albany. Previously Bodden was a Vice President for Townsquare Media where he managed a division of the company’s corporate live events business.
John Damboragian is Pamal’s new Director of Digital and will oversee digital sales and assets for all of Pamal’s 23 radio stations across four markets from White Plains, NY to Rutland, VT. Damboragian has spent the last seven years with Gannett Media in Westchester County, New York most recently as their Digital Manager. Prior to his time with Gannett, Damboragian was the Digital Sales Director at Five Star Media, a regional digital agency. John and his family are Westchester County natives.
“We are absolutely thrilled to have the caliber of executives with the combined experience and expertise that A.J and John bring to our company,” says Steve Borneman COO at Pamal Broadcasting. “Having these two leaders will surely bring the level of competitiveness and professionalism to a higher level.”