NAB Announces Results for 2019 Board Elections

Two-year terms are slated to begin in June.
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WASHINGTON—The NAB Television and Radio Board revealed the results of the elections last week, which will see all of the elected individuals begin their two-year terms as of June.

Here are the results for the NAB Television Board:

  • David Bradley, chairman and CEO, News-Press & Gazette, St. Joseph, Mo.;
  • Darrell Brown, president, Bonneville International Corp., Salt Lake City;
  • Chris Cornelius, vice president, business development, Morgan Murphy Media, Madison, Wis.;
  • Michael Fiorile, chairman and CEO, The Dispatch Broadcast Group, Columbus, Ohio;
  • Christopher Ripley, president and CEO, Sinclair Broadcast Group, Hunt Valley, Md.; and
  • Jordan Wertlieb, president, Hearst Television Inc., New York

For the NAB Radio Board, elections were held for odd-numbered districts. Here are teh results:

  • District 1 - New England: Jeffrey Warshaw, CEO, Connoisseur Media LLC;
  • District 3 - Pennsylvania: Collin Jones, senior vice president, corporate development and strategy, Cumulus Media;
  • District 5 - West Virginia, Kentucky: Mike Tarter, president and CEO, Forcht Broadcasting;
  • District 7 - Florida, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands: Bill Hendirch, executive vice president, Cox Media Group;
  • District 9 - Georgia, Alabama: Randy Gravley, president and CEO, Tri State Communications;
  • District 11 - Ohio: John Wharff III, president, JAWCO Inc.;
  • District 13 - Michigan: Bruce Goldsen, president and co-owner, Jackson Works Inc.;
  • District 15 - Tennessee, Arkansas: Bradford Caldwell, president and CEO, Caldwell Media LLC;
  • District 17 - Illinois: Beth Neuhoff, president and CEO, Neuhoff Communications;
  • District 19 - Oklahoma, North Texas: Roger Harris, general manager, Chickasaw Nation;
  • District 21 - Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota: Carloyn Becker, president, Riverfront Broadcasting LLC;
  • District 23 - North California, Alaska: Dave Santrella, president, broadcast media, Salem Media Group; and
  • District 25 - Oregon, Washington: Trila Bumstead, owner, ‘Ohana Media Group LLC