Entravision Communications Corporation announced that Jeffery A. Liberman has been promoted to President of the Radio Division. He was previously the Chief Operating Officer of the Radio Division. Mr. Liberman will replace Amador Bustos, who has resigned as an executive officer of the company, but will remain a member of the company's Board of Directors.
Walter Ulloa, Chairman and CEO of Entravision, commented, "With over 27 years of experience and an enviable track record, Jeff is recognized as one of the most successful radio operating managers in the business. Most important, he knows the Hispanic market and has been successful in establishing multiple localized network formats that have resulted in some of the highest Spanish language ratings and revenues in the nation. With Jeff's leadership, we look forward to further expanding and improving upon the results of our Radio Division."
Jeffery A. Liberman has been involved in the management and operation of Hispanic radio stations since 1974. Mr. Liberman joined Entravision in April 2000, following the company's acquisition of the Latin Communications Group (LCG), a Spanish language media company. He was responsible for operating LCG's 17 radio stations in California, Colorado, New Mexico and Washington D.C. At LCG, Mr. Liberman was also responsible for the localized network formats that are being used by Radio Tricolor, Radio Romantica and Super Estrella.
Mr. Bustos commented, "Entravision has assembled a premiere group of Spanish media assets and I remain very enthusiastic about the long-term prospects of the company and the growth of the overall Hispanic advertising marketplace. I am resigning to spend more time with my family, but look forward to participating in Entravision's future via my continued role on the company's Board of Directors."