I have fallen in love with the people, the passion, and the opportunity to build on the legacy in New York.” Prior to joining Emmis, the Butler University alum spent more than 21 years as vice president and general manager of Susquehanna (now Cumulus Media) Indianapolis and he is a former president and chief operating officer of Indianapolis Motor Speedway Productions.In addition, Morgan is board chair of the Country Radio Seminar.
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, Tuesday, 8/9), Chuck Williams takes over as senior vice president and market manager of the four-station cluster in the company’s home market of Indianapolis.
There, he succeeds Charlie Morgan, who served in that capacity the past seven years before being named market manager of Emmis New York earlier this year.
Morgan now removes the “interim” title, as he officially is named Emmis New York City’s senior vice president and market manager.
Company president and chief operating officer Patrick Walsh declares that, “Charlie is one of radio’s truly gifted leaders.
His inspirational leadership has been a catalyst in improving our results in Indianapolis and his deft skills are already having an impact in New York.