Edward R. Nolan, Jr. Promoted to SVP/Chief Financial Officer at Greater Media, Inc.

February 1, 2016

 

ERN headshot 2015 277x277Greater Media is pleased to announce Edward R. Nolan, Jr. has been promoted to Senior Vice President/ Chief Financial Officer (CFO).

“Ed has done an outstanding job in his role of overseeing the company’s financial operations over the past two decades,” said Greater Media Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Peter Smyth. “We are very fortunate to have Ed in our company.”

“I consider myself very fortunate for the opportunity to work at Greater Media over the past 26 years,” said Nolan. “It’s the people that make Greater Media such a special company, and I am grateful to work with so many talented and dedicated colleagues throughout the organization.  I greatly appreciate the ongoing confidence and support of Peter Smyth and the Bordes family.”

Nolan joined Greater Media in August 1989 as head of the corporate Internal Audit Department. He was promoted to Cable Division Controller in November 1993, and was appointed Vice President-Finance for Greater Media’s Cable Division in December 1997. Upon the sale of the Cable Division in June 1999, Nolan was appointed the company’s Vice President-Business Operations. In April 2003, he was promoted to Vice President and Chief Financial Officer.

Nolan is a Certified Public Accountant.  Before joining Greater Media, he was employed for three years as an Internal Audit Manager for Home Life Insurance Company. Prior to that, Nolan spent six years with several certified public accounting firms.

He currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Radio Music Licensing Committee and is a past member of the Board of Directors of the Media Financial Management Association. Nolan was previously actively involved with the Radio Advertising Board’s Radio Electronic Data Interchange Taskforce.

The New Jersey native is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants. He received his B.S. in Commerce from the University of Virginia’s McIntire School of Commerce in 1980 with a major in accounting.