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Beasley Detroit’s Scott Jameson Adds National Duties

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On December 16, Beasley Media Group announced that five programmers in its company will be adding national responsibilities to their duties. Scott Jameson, Director of Programming at Beasley Media Group Detroit has been named Vice President of National Content. In addition to his Motor City programming responsibilities, he will work to identify opportunities for content sharing and manage a national database of talent.

Also promoted to national positions:

Bill Weston, Program Director of WMMR-FM and WMGK-FM in Philadelphia has been promoted to Vice President of Talent Development. In his new role, Weston will also work directly with certain personalities to help improve their content as well as assist the company’s Program Directors with talent assessment and recruitment.

Cadillac Jack, who currently serves as Director of Programming of Beasley Media Group Boston, has been promoted to Vice President of Strategy & Analytics. In addition to his current duties, he will now be responsible for helping stations with competitive changes and assist with research data analysis.

John Reynolds, who currently serves as Director of Operations at Beasley Media Group Charlotte has been promoted to Vice President of Music & Entertainment. In his new role, he will now also serve as the company’s record label liaison for multi-market artist opportunities and company events.

Tee Gentry has been named Vice President of Brand Strategies. In addition to his duties as Operations Manager of BMG’s Augusta and Fayetteville radio properties, Gentry will work to seek out creative ideas for imaging, promotions and sales integrations to share with stations across the company.

They will all begin their additional responsibilities, effective immediately.

“It is such a pleasure to elevate these first-class programmers within our company,” said Beasley Media Group Chief Content Officer, Justin Chase. “Each of them has already made a major positive impact to our company as well as the industry. It’s a privilege to have them on our team!”

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