August 25, 2015
Jennifer Williams, Director of Corporate Interactive Marketing for Greater Media, Inc., was recently elected by The Michigan Association of Broadcasters (MAB) as the 2015-2016 MAB Foundation Vice Chair/Chair-Elect.
The MAB Foundation is involved with preservation of the broadcast industry through education, research and promoting excellence. A major part of the foundation is to promote the continuation of excellence through a diverse broadcasting work force. The initiatives the foundation undertakes include:
. Awarding scholarships to college and high school students.
. Conducting an annual awards program for high school and college broadcasters.
. Funding research projects.
. Providing educational opportunities and programs for students and professionals.
. Providing regional Career and Networking Fairs throughout the year.
. Funding the development of the statewide Michigan broadcasting history exhibit.
. Established a relief fund for broadcasters injured in the line of duty.
August 21, 2015
Greater Media announces Rob Keegan has been promoted to General Sales Manager of WMGK-FM in Philadelphia. He will begin his new position immediately.
Keegan, who joined the station four and a half years ago, most recently served as the local sales manager. Prior to that, he spent 20 years at Beasley Broadcast Group, where he led the non-traditional revenue department for the company.
In his new role, he will be responsible for overseeing all local, national and digital sales efforts for WMGK-FM.
“Rob has done an outstanding job as the Local Sales Manager for WMGK for nearly five years,” said Paul Blake, Vice President of Sales at Greater Media Philadelphia. “His collaborative leadership and innovative style has established the station as a top-tier sales organization.”
“I’m proud to have the opportunity to lead this incredible team at WMGK-FM,” said Keegan. “The culture of Greater Media Philadelphia is second to none and I am excited to further enhance our position in this marketplace.”
On a community level, Keegan serves as President of the Hamels Foundation, a non-profit foundation founded by professional baseball player, Cole Hamels. The organization serves a dual purpose: to provide support for quality education in the United States and establish a school in Malawi, Africa.
Keegan is a graduate of Rowan University. He resides in Haddonfield, New Jersey with his wife, Jane and their two children.