Following the termination of its deal with United States Traffic Network, Entercom has launched an internal Traffic Weather and Information Network.
Lee Davis will join the company as Senior Vice President of Sales. Davis most recently served as Executive Vice President of MediaCrossing Inc, a digital advertising network. He previously served as General Manager of WFAN New York from 1990-2005, VP/General Manager for Cox Radio Fairfield County CT from 2005-2009, General Sales Manager of 1010 WINS New York from 2009-2011, and Executive Vice President of Univision Radio from 2011-2016.
Entercom, the #1 creator of live, original, local audio content in the United States, announced today the appointment of Lee Davis to the role of Senior Vice President of Sales for Entercom’s Traffic Weather and Information Network (TWIN), effective immediately. In this new role, Davis will oversee TWIN revenue throughout the country on a national, local and network scale.
“With a premier collection of leading radio brands across the country, Entercom has the scale and reach to provide advertisers with compelling solutions,” said Bob Philips, Chief Revenue Officer, Entercom. “We welcome Lee to the team and look forward to growing TWIN under his guidance and expertise.”
“I am thrilled to join Entercom and work with our teams to drive revenue to our robust TWIN sales channel,” said Davis. “By leveraging our vast collection of radio and digital properties, we will untap the vast potential we have in this space.”
Davis is a 28-year veteran of the media industry. He joins Entercom from MediaCrossing, where he was Executive Vice President for the programmatic digital media agency. Davis previously held the role of Executive Vice President of Sales for Univision Communication’s Local Media division. During his tenure there, he spearheaded significant growth for the company’s local media Radio, TV and Digital properties.
Davis established his career at WFAN (WFAN-FM/AM) where he rose to the position of Vice President and General Manager. During his tenure, WFAN became the number one billing station in the United Sates. Davis also held other leadership roles at CBS and Cox Radio.