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October 29, 2020

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Harold Austin

Partner, Global Media Research & Consulting Partners

Harold Austin is a partner at Global Media, overseeing all aspects of Global’s portfolio of Hispanic-based clients, with special emphasis on music testing, callout, and focus groups. Austin is an award-winning radio programmer and consultant with more than 25 years of experience in multiple formats, including Spanish, Top 40, Hip Hop & R&B, Oldies, Hot AC, AC, and News/Talk. Earlier in his career he served as OM for the top-rated HBC Los Angeles cluster and launched the first Jammin’ Oldies-formatted station in the country on KCMG (Mega 100)/Los Angeles, doubling its ratings in one book. From 1996-1997, he programmed leading Urban station KBBT/Los Angeles.

Yesenia Bello

SVP/Multicultural, iHeartMedia

Yesenia Bello is SVP/multicultural for iHeartMedia. She kicked off her career at Telemundo Network shortly after graduating from the CUNY College of Staten Island. At Telemundo Bello helped develop the multimillion-dollar advertising business for the New York and Chicago regions. She then made a timely move to subscription video startup Hulu, where she held a national multicultural role that allowed her to work with major brands across all regions of the United States. After several years at Hulu, Bello transitioned to Google, where she focused on multicultural strategy and sales forYouTube advertisers. Now, as SVP of multicultural at iHeartMedia, she focuses on educating advertisers about the power of multicultural audiences within the audio space inclusive of radio, streaming, and podcasting. 

Gordon Borrell

CEO, Borrell Associates

Gordon Borrell, CEO of Borrell Associates, is a sought-after speaker for conferences and company meetings and is the local media industry’s leading analyst. He is ranked in the top 2% among Gerson Lehrman Group’s 150,000 consultants worldwide and is quoted frequently in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, Ad Age, Forbes, and other publications, and he has appeared on CNN and other TV and radio programs discussing trends and forecasts for local media. Before starting Borrell Associates, Borrell was vice president for new media for Landmark Communications, where he worked for 22 years. He started his career as a reporter and editor for the Virginian-Pilot in Norfolk, Virginia. In 1989 he began pioneering interactive ventures and helped establish the first TV, newspaper, cable, and network TV websites.

Lorena Chambers, PhD

CEO, Chambers Lopez Strategies LLC

Lorena Chambers, PhD, is CEO of Chambers Lopez Strategies LLC, and is the only Latina — and one of only two women — to have produced broadcast commercials for a U.S. presidential campaign. In 2018, she was the media strategist on behalf of PowerPAC Georgia’s I.E. campaign supporting Stacey Abrams’ run for Governor of Georgia, and for Senate Majority PAC’s win in Nevada to elect Jacky Rosen as U.S. Senator. Dr. Chambers is also a Visiting Research Affiliate at Yale University. A top-tier political consultant, Chambers worked with Priorities USA in the 2012 and 2016 -residential cycles, leading the CLS team in developing and producing award-winning television and radio advertisements supporting the Democratic nominees for president. She led the development of advertising strategies for I.E. expenditures on behalf of SEIU and PFAW to deliver 71% of Latino voters and re-elect President Obama in 2012.

Ana Crandell

Multicultural Media Consultant

Multicultural media consultant Ana Crandell started her advertising career at Lopez Negrete Communications in Houston, where she led the creation of its media department. While there, she played an integral role in winning Walmart’s U.S. Hispanic business. She later moved to Miami to join the media department of Alma DDB, where she managed U.S. Hispanic efforts for clients including McDonald’s and State Farm. Crandell played an integral role in the creation of OMD Multicultural, launched in 2004. As an active member of AIMM (Alliance for Inclusive and Multicultural Marketing), Crandell co-authored “Going for Growth: Targeting Today’s Diverse Consumers,” a modern marketer’s playbook addressing the importance of cultural intelligence throughout internal and external marketing models Crandell currently has her own marketing and media practice helping agencies and brands with marketing and media strategy development and execution.

Matt Feinberg

Chief Strategy Officer, HRN

Matt Feinberg is chief strategy officer at HRN (Gen Media). He started his career at All American TV in New York City working on the legendary Casey Kasem’s Top 10 TV show and eventually producing the first syndicated radio show for the college market for All American. He spent the next 11 years with pharmaceutical giant Wyeth Healthcare as director of special projects. He later worked for Zenith Media as SVP and executive group director, overseeing integrated media buying and planning with an emphasis on radio and digital. Feinberg has also worked at Silicon Valley startup Jelli, which was bought by iHeartMedia; CRN promotional marketing; and was media director at public relations giant Burson-Marsteller. In all of his positions he dealt consistently with both the general and multicultural marketplace.

Frankie J


Grammy-nominated Mexican-American singer-songwriter Frankie J is returning to the Latin music scene with his new nostalgic album, Canciones Que Recuerdo, paying homage to classic songs he grew up listening to. Among the original interpreters of the songs are such iconic Latin artists as Roberto Cantoral, Vicente Fernandez, Eydie Gormé, Selena, José Alfredo Jiménez, José José, José Luis Perales, Juan Gabriel, Pedro Infante, Rocío Dúrcal, Alvaro Torres, Los Panchos, and Javier Solís. The second single, “Fallaste Corazón,” has just been released, following first single “Sabor A Mi.” Frankie J started his career as part of Los Kumbia Kings, created by AB Quintanilla. His single "Obsession (No Es Amor),” alongside American rapper Baby Bash, landed him the number 3 spot on Billboard's Hot 100. Following more successful singles, he and Baby Bash released another global hit, "Suga Suga,” which remained on Billboard’s Hot 100 Singles chart for over 25 weeks. Frankie J has sold over 2 million albums globally as a solo artist and has collaborated with a variety of artists from different genres including Pitbull, Play-N-Skillz, Becky G, Wisin, Leslie Grace, Sin Bandera, 3LW, Paula DeAnda, Mannie Fresh, and Paul Wall, among others. 

Mark Fratrik, Ph.D.

SVP/Chief Economist, BIA/Kelsey

Senior vice president Mark Fratrik serves as BIA/Kelsey’s chief economist and is responsible for forecasting across all local media segments. He also manages the company’s numerous proprietary databases and conducts primary research on various trends as they affect the broadcasting and related communications industries. Additionally, Fratrik is heavily involved in BIA/Kelsey’s strategic and financial consulting projects, conducting research and analysis for clients on matters related to the broadcasting, digital media, and communications industries. Throughout his career, Fratrik has researched and spoken at numerous conferences on the impact of the economy on the broadcasting industries, revenue trends, proposed and enacted regulatory changes, and new media technologies. He is often quoted in the media and is a leading spokesperson concerning trends and forecasts for the media industry including analyzing the competitiveness of media and related industries. He is the author of BIA/Kelsey’s series of studies on the state of the radio and television industry.

Eric Garcia

Director of Sales/Radio, Univision

Eric A. Garcia is director of radio sales for Univision, overseeing sales for Univision’s traditional and digital properties in New York including La X 96.3, Que Buena 92.7, and WADO1280 (home of Yankees baseball), along with their supporting creative extensions. This includes developing revenue strategy for the New York market across all linear and non-linear verticals, including an extensive live event and sports distribution platform. Before Univision, he spent 13 years at Spanish Broadcasting System in various leadership roles, most recently as VP/GM of SBS New York and audio revenue chief, responsible for the overall operation at Mega 97.9 and 93.1 Amor, in addition to leading local audio and digital revenue teams at national scale across key SBS markets.

Jason Hall

EVP/Sales, Estrella Media

Jason Hall is executive vice president, advertising sales for Estrella Media. Hall is responsible for leading advertising sales and creating brand awareness of the company’s multichannel platform, including its television, radio, and digital assets. He also oversees the national sales representatives in each of the company’s sales offices including Los Angeles/Burbank, Dallas, Chicago, New York, Atlanta, and Miami. Hall is responsible for communicating with company’s O&Os and affiliated local TV and radio station management, as well as legal, corporate marketing, and client direct/agency contacts. He also spearheads the vetting and selection of potential television, radio, and digital partnerships. Hall comes to Estrella Media with 19 years of senior sales experience at Univision Communications. His last position there was VP of advertising sales. Previous positions included regional VP, national sales and director of sales for Miami, Atlanta, and New York, and other national executive sales positions.

David Honig

President Emeritus & Senior Advisor, Multicultural Media, Telecom and Internet Council

David Honig is president emeritus and senior advisor to the Multicultural Media, Telecom, and Internet Counsel. Since 1983, he has specialized in electronic redlining and race discrimination cases that define the space at the intersection of civil rights and telecom law. As co-founder of MMTC and its leader for 28 years, he has represented over 80 national minority, civil rights, and religious organizations before the FCC. The National Law Journal has named him one of the 30 most influential communications lawyers. Honig also serves pro bono as chief counsel for the Florida State Conference of the NAACP. In an earlier life he raced stock cars and performed as an unsuccessful stand-up comic; today he restores old Checker cabs and writes civil rights movie treatments.

Leo Kivijarv, Ph.D.

EVP/Research, PQ Media

Leo Kivijarv, Ph.D. is vice president, research of PQ Media. He joined PQ Media in 2003 with three decades of experience in media management, research, consulting, and academia. He has been the co-author and editor of more than 100 reports on the media ecosystem, covering advertising and marketing, consumer and business usage, consumer spending on media and technology, and business, government, and educational spending on media and technology. Since 2004 Kivijarv has led the PQ Media team in the first ever analysis of total political media buying across all media platforms. Kivijarv is often quoted on political media spending trends and has written analysis of the political environment during federal elections and its impact on the radio industry for the RAB, most recently on the RAB blog.

Ileana Landon

Director/Radio & Podcasting, NA, Megatrax 

Ileana Landon is director of radio and podcasting for North America at Megatrax Production Music. She has been with the company for 17 years. Before joining Megatrax, Landon was the founder and owner of Ileana International and The Landon Agency, two advertising, promotions, and public relations agencies specializing in the entertainment industries. She started her career in radio as a research assistant and promotions director, later joining Circus Vargas, the largest tented circus in the country, where she was a marketing and public relations director. Landon also worked for Parker Public Relations, where she handled the publicity for many motion picture and music industry clients, and Radio Express, where she was part of the team that helped launch and syndicate the World Chart Show, the first ever internationally syndicated radio program to have music from every continent.

Jesus Lara

President, Univision Radio

Jesus Lara is president of Univision Radio, leading the company’s radio business and overseeing the development and implementation of strategies that take UCI’s digital, content creation, programming, and entertainment efforts within radio into the future. He works closely with general managers across the country as well as leaders across Univision Local Media to drive innovation and operational leadership of the radio business. Lara joined UCI with more than 20 years of experience leading digital, programming, content, and marketing teams in the radio, music, and entertainment industry. He has worked with top media and content companies including Viacom, EMI, and, most recently, Spanish Broadcasting System. During his career he has been known as a trailblazer in the execution of digital, programming, content, and talent strategies to reach Hispanic and international audiences.

Tomas Martinez

Owner/CEO, Solmart Media

Tomás Martinez is CEO and owner of Solmart Media, responsible for all management aspects of the company’s three Southwest Florida stations: WZSP-FM, WZZS-FM, and WTMY-AM. Martinez has been involved in the radio industry for more than three decades. He earlier spent three years as GM and COO of Actualidad Media Group in Miami, managing four stations, and before that he was associated for 10 years with Prisa Radio as general manager of Radio Caracol Miami. While there he executed a power upgrade from 5,000 to 50,000 watts and secured the rights to the Miami Dolphins and the Soccer World Cup. He has also run the Miami and New York properties for the Radio Unica network.

Haz Montana

VP/Content, Univision/Los Angeles

Closing in on 14 years with Univision Radio, Haz Montana is the L.A.-based VP of content for the Regional Mexican and Adult Contemporary brands, covering 25 radio stations in 15 markets, four multi-market or network shows, and strategy oversight for Los Angeles and four additional markets. Before joining Univision Radio, he was the VP of programming for Entravision Communications, and a Miami-based program director with SBS. Before Spanish-language, Montana’s career in the English sector included positions in market research (Critical Mass Media), programming, and on-air. He has also programmed CHR, Rock, and Oldies.

Frank Montero

VP/Content, Univision/Los Angeles

Francisco “Frank” Montero is a partner with the law firm of Fletcher, Heald & Hildreth, specializing in telecommunications, broadcasting, media, and technology. Montero’s practice includes FCC regulatory counseling, corporate finance, asset and securities acquisitions, intellectual property, and real estate and commercial transactions. Montero was an appointed member of the Federal Advisory Committee on Diversity for Communications in the Digital Age, and served as director of the FCC’s Office of Communications Business Opportunities during the Clinton Administration. Montero is known as an early advocate for Hispanic and Spanish-language media in the U.S. and Latin America. He is on the board of directors of the Multicultural Media, Telecom and Internet Council and also helped form and served on the boards of the American Hispanic Owned Radio Association, the Spanish Broadcasters Association, and the National Association of Minority Media Executives.

Otto Padron

President/CEO, Meruelo Media

Otto Padron is the president and CEO of Meruelo Media, the fastest-growing minority-owned media company in California. Before leading the Meruelo Media team, he was SVP/programming for Univision Television Network, the leading Spanish-language network in the U.S. Meruelo has grown to be one of the most diverse media companies in the nation, with a portfolio of broadcast properties in Los Angeles, plus a newly created station that is making history in the Spanish-language radio market. Meruelo owns and operates the oldest independent Spanish-language television station in the U.S., KWHY-TV, along with KDAY-FM, Power 106 FM, and KLOS-FM. Padron is the only executive to have successfully headed programming for both major U.S. Spanish-language networks, Univision and Telemundo.

Bob Perry

International Radio Programming Consultant

Bob Perry is an international radio programming consultant who specializes in increasing the ratings for radio stations that target the Hispanic audience, in both Spanish and English formats. He has programmed and consulted 60-plus top-rated radio stations in 20-plus markets throughout the United States and Mexico. In addition to clients in the U.S., Perry is the programming consultant for Mexico’s largest broadcasting company, Mexico City-based Grupo Acir, which consistently has the top-rated stations in markets throughout Mexico. Perry has an extensive background in market research, including market perceptual studies, online music testing, weekly callout research, and audience focus groups. His biggest enjoyment is finding and teaching the future programming and air talent superstars of the radio industry. Perry is based in Houston, Texas.

Roger Rafson

SVP, Political/Issue Advocacy & Strategic Alliances, Gen Media Partners

Roger Rafson is VP political/issue advocacy & strategic alliances for Gen Media Partners. He began his career in radio when he was 11 years old, as a studio engineer for high school football games. He first got involved in advertising sales in 1975, selling for Classical WEFM-FM/Chicago. After graduating from the University of Illinois, he sold television advertising in his native Chicago for TeleRep, a national rep firm. In 1982, Rafson founded Commercial Media Sales, a national radio station rep firm for stations in small and medium markets. In 2013, Gen Media Partners bought Commercial Media Sales and brought Rafson on as the political specialist for their rep firms: McGavren Guild, Local Focus Radio, Regional Reps, and Tacher Radio Reps. Gen Media Partners reaches over three-quarters of U.S. Hispanics with their client radio partners.

Tomas Regalado

Sr Advisor to the EVP/COO Office, Spanish Broadcasting System

Tomas N. Regalado is the senior advisor to the office of the EVP/COO for Spanish Broadcasting System, reporting to EVP/COO Albert Rodriguez. His duties include working with Chambers of Commerce on the national level as well as with state and local organizations, and working on SBS’s initiative after it was named a Certified Minority Business Enterprise by the NMSDC. He also assists with governmental and political affairs. With more than 30 years of experience, Regalado has an extensive background in radio and TV broadcasting, from being a White House correspondent and national political correspondent to reporting on major international and national stories. Most recently he was the main anchor for a nightly newscast. Regalado is the oldest son of Tomas P. Regalado, a broadcaster and politician who has served as mayor of Miami and earlier as news director for SBS radio in Miami.

Albert Rodriguez

COO, Spanish Broadcasting System

Albert Rodriguez was appointed COO of Spanish Broadcasting System in 2012. Rodriguez is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the company and oversees the revenue and profit performance of the company’s consolidated operations, including radio, television, interactive, and entertainment divisions. Previously, he was the chief revenue officer of the television segment and general manager of the Miami television market from October 2010 to January 2011, general manager of the Miami television market from January 21, 2010 through October 11, 2010, and general sales manager for the Miami radio market from November 1999 through January 2010. Before joining the company’s television segment, Rodriguez was the GSM for the company’s radio properties in Miami: WCMQ-FM 92.3 (Clásica 92), WRMA-FM 106.7 (Romance), and WXDJ-FM 95.7 (El Zol 95).

Paul Rotella

President/CEO, New Jersey Broadcasters Association

Paul S. Rotella, Esq., is president and CEO of the New Jersey Broadcasters Association and an active member of numerous service and broadcast industry organizations. He has served in a host of governmental, business, and association leadership positions. After earning his law degree, Rotella began a general legal practice in Hackensack, New Jersey, specializing in local government and municipal law, transactional real estate, land use, sports and entertainment law, general corporate, and securities law. He has provided legal and business consulting services to a diverse number of clients in the private and public sectors, as well as to several regional, statewide and national service, non-profit, professional, and trade associations.

Jesus Salas

EVP/Programming and Multi-Platform Coordinator, Spanish Broadcasting System

Jesus Salas is the executive vice president of programming and multi-platform coordinator for Spanish Broadcasting System. In this capacity, Salas oversees the radio programming of the number one most-listened-to Latin station in the nation, WSKQ-FM (Mega 97.9)/New York and, most recently, he launched the first “Cubaton” music-formatted station in the world, WRMA-FM (Ritmo 95.7)/Miami. Salas is also responsible for all the SBS stations in the top Hispanic markets throughout the United States, including Miami, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Puerto Rico. In addition to his considerable success in the professional radio community, Salas makes a consistent and concerted effort to strengthen the local community, and he is an active member of the Educational Excellence School Advisory Committee.

Alexander Sanjenis

Media Advisor/Office of Chairman Pai, Federal Communications Commission

Alexander Sanjenis is a media advisor to FCC Chairman Ajit Pai. Sanjenis previously served as a legal advisor in the front office of the FCC’s Media Bureau, and as a staff attorney in the Media Bureau’s Audio Division, where he focused on a wide range of broadcast policy issues including the licensing of translator, noncommercial educational, and low-power FM stations. Sanjenis graduated from the University of Miami School of Law. He earned his LLM from the American University Washington College of Law and received his undergraduate degree from Georgetown University.

Oscar Sermeno

Director/Market Development,Triton Digital

Oscar Sermeno is director of market development/LATAM for Triton Digital. He is an expert in international market development, with more than 17 years of experience in and around Latin America. Before joining Triton Digital, Sermeno served as international sales manager at Future Electronics, building strategic partnerships between supply chain and distribution companies within the automotive, industrial, and contract manufacturing organizations. At Triton Digital, he leverages his expertise in programmatic and direct sales, digital audio measurement, and content distribution to increase audience and scale for Ibero-American publishers and advertisers, while strengthening the digital audio marketplace by educating the power of its reach, audience engagement capabilities, and revenue-generating opportunities.

Gordon Smith

President/CEO, National Association of Broadcasters

Sen. Gordon H. Smith joined the NAB as president and CEO in November 2009. Before joining NAB, Smith served as a two-term U.S. senator from Oregon and later as senior advisor in the Washington offices of Covington & Burling, LLP. During his tenure in the Senate, Smith's committee assignments included the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee, the panel that oversees all broadcast-related legislation. Smith also served on the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, the Senate Finance Committee, and the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Smith's role on the Commerce Committee and as chairman of a Senate High Tech Task Force helped foster his interest in new media and new technology issues. Smith practiced law in New Mexico and Arizona before returning to Oregon to direct the family-owned Smith Frozen Foods business in Weston, Ore. Before his election to the U.S. Senate in 1996, Smith was elected to the Oregon State Senate.

Rodolfo Ruiz Sosa

VP/Accounts, PM Agency

Rodolfo Ruiz Sosa is vice president of accounts for PM3 Agency, responsible for the strategic relationship between the agency, vendors, and clients and for addressing their needs through direct contact and the use of agency resources. He maintains a highly responsive service orientation in all transactions and provides thought leadership in the areas of marketing strategy, data-driven solutions, integrated communications, testing, and analysis. Sosa develops and supervises the implementation of strategic and tactical plans and the day-to-day activities of program execution in order to carry out his clients’ marketing strategies and accomplish clients’ marketing objectives while managing client and agency expectations. Sosa has managed projects and accounts for such brands as NASCAR, Coca-Cola, UPS, Great Clips, Goodrich, Kaiser Permanente, CVS/Caremark, Invesco, Lexol, Texas Pete, NAPA Auto Parts, Cox Communications, and the Milwaukee Brewers.


Geoffrey Starks

Commissioner, Federal Communications Commission

FCC Commissioner Geoffrey Starks believes that communications technology has the potential to be one of the most powerful forces on Earth for promoting equality and opportunity. To unlock that potential, however, all Americans must have access. From combatting Internet inequality to advocating for diversity in employment, entrepreneurship, and media ownership, Starks fights for policies designed to ensure that modern communications technology empowers every American. Before he was appointed to the commission, Starks helped lead the FCC’s Enforcement Bureau, handling a wide variety of complex investigations. At the Department of Justice, he served as a senior advisor to the Deputy Attorney General on a variety of domestic and international law enforcement matters and received the Attorney General’s Award for Exceptional Service. Starks is also a leader on national security policy, working to eliminate untrustworthy equipment from America’s communications networks. Before he entered federal public service, Starks practiced law at Williams & Connolly, clerked on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 8th Circuit, served as a legislative staffer in the Illinois State Senate, and worked as a financial analyst.

Matty Staudt

President/Co-Founder, Jam Street Media

Matty Staudt, president/co-founder of Jam Street Media, has been consulting top companies to create branded content podcasts, coach hosts and producers, and formulate dynamic podcast strategies for the past eight years. He formed Jam Street last year following a stint at iHeart, where he served as the first VP of podcast programming. Having started his audio career in radio at the age of 16, Staudt moved over to podcasting as an early pioneer in 2007 and to Stitcher, where he served as its first director of content.

Matt Sunshine

Managing Partner, The Center for Sales Strategy and LeadG2

Matt Sunshine is a managing partner at the Center for Sales Strategy, a sales performance consulting company that helps sales organizations attract, retain, and develop the highest-performing salespeople. Sunshine’s areas of expertise include growing sales organizations, finding and developing sales superstars, sales process, lead generation, inbound marketing, and digital marketing. In 2012, Sunshine developed and launched LeadG2, an inbound marketing company that helps businesses establish thought leadership and lower lead costs. LeadG2 has earned the premier Hubspot recognition as a platinum Certified Partner and is the largest inbound marketing company serving the media industry in the world today. Sunshine is the author of Getting Prospects to Raise Their Hand, and Forbes magazine lists him as one of “20 Speakers You Shouldn't Miss the Opportunity to See.”

Bruce Supovitz

SVP/National Audio Services, Nielsen

Bruce Supovitz is SVP/sales director for Nielsen’s National Audio Services division. He is responsible for Nielsen’s audio services and solutions for radio networks, program syndicators, producers,  satellite, and other national audio entities. In 2016, podcasters were added to his oversight, and in 2019, Supovitz co-created the Podcast Listener Buying Power service. He first joined Arbitron (now Nielsen) in 1995 as a senior account executive. He was promoted in 1997 to manager, National Radio Group Services, where he was responsible for negotiations with many of radio’s largest groups. In 1999, Supovitz was asked to create and head the National Radio Services, a division devoted to network radio. Before joining Arbitron, Supovitz spent 13 years in local radio, which included managerial positions with Infinity Broadcasting, Group W, and Greater Media.  

Manuel Fernandez Téllez

Director of Programming & Production, Grupo ACIR Mexico

Manuel Fernandez has been the head of programming for Grupo ACIR Mexico for the last 13 years. He is in charge of programming across a dozen different radio brands that lead their markets in 23 cities throughout Mexico, from CHR to Mexican Regional to Oldies to News/Talk to English-language formats. Over the last several years, Fernandez has led Grupo Acir’s production of massive-scale concerts, all profitable and many with audiences that exceed 25,000 people. More recently, he has created a digital effort that in a very short time has become the number one digital platform for radio in Mexico, part of an exclusive partnership with iHeartRadio for the Grupo ACIR brands. Fernandez started in radio at 1993 as a CHR DJ and worked first in Mexico City, and then nationally for virtually all of his career.

Rich Tunkel

SVP/Business Development, Nielsen Audio

Rich Tunkel is SVP/business development for Nielsen Audio. He works with the largest Hispanic broadcasters in the country and is responsible for strategic partnerships, acquisitions, and systems development at Nielsen. Tunkel is connecting Nielsen Audio to the other divisions of the company and in turn expanding radio’s exposure with the country’s largest brands. He earlier served at Arbitron as the key liaison with television and cable networks during the first U.S.-based test of the Portable People Meter. He also oversaw sales for Arbitron’s online radio ratings service and was previously vice president of radio sales at Scarborough Research.

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