Entercom’s Julie Kahn Named One of the Most Influential Women in Radio
Boston, MA (June 18, 2007) – Julie Kahn, Vice President and Market Manager of Entercom New England, has been named by Radio Ink as one of the 50 Most Influential Women in Radio 2007. Kahn is the highest ranked local radio operator on the annual list produced by the industry’s leading trade publication.
Kahn has been with Entercom Boston since 2000, when she became General Manager of stations WQSX-FM and WAAF-FM. In January of 2004, she was named General Manager of Sports Radio WEEI-AM, making her one of the country’s only female general managers in sports radio. In her first year, she led the station to unprecedented success. WEEI received the Station of the Year Award at the Sports Radio Awards in April and was nominated for a Marconi Award for Major Market Station of the Year.
In July of 2004, Kahn took the helm of all four Entercom Boston stations (WEEI, WAAF, WQSX and WRKO AM) when she was named Vice President and Market Manager.
“It’s truly an honor to be a part of list that includes so many incredible women. The radio industry continues to grow and evolve in so many different ways. It’s simply an amazing time to be a part of this industry and I am so excited for the opportunities that the future will bring,” said Julie Kahn, Vice President and Market Manager of Entercom New England.
Entercom is one of the nation’s largest radio broadcasters with operations, pro forma for pending acquisitions, in Boston, Seattle, Denver, Sacramento, Cincinnati, Portland, Kansas City, Indianapolis, Milwaukee, Austin, Norfolk, Buffalo, New Orleans, Providence, Memphis, Greensboro, Rochester, Greenville/Spartanburg, Madison, Wichita, Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, Springfield and Gainesville/Ocala.
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