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March 29, 2022

Compass Media Networks Promotes Nancy Abramson to Senior Vice President of Affiliate Sales and Content

Compass Media Networks is pleased to announce the promotion of Nancy Abramson to the position of Senior Vice President of Affiliate Sales and Content.

Nancy Abramson, who joined the Company in 2014, will continue to be based out of the Company’s New York office and shall continue to spearhead the Company’s affiliate sales and affiliate marketing for select entertainment programming, including DeDe in the Morning, Anna & Raven, as well as services, including the Yamanair platform.

Nancy Abramson states “The most important part of any job is that you are in a position where you admire, learn, and are stimulated by the people you work with – executives, colleagues, and clients. And if you are in sales, having great products to sell makes the job even more rewarding.  I have all that at Compass Media Networks.”

Prior to joining Compass Media Networks, Nancy Abramson served as Executive Director of the Dow Jones/Wall Street Journal Radio Networks, which was the dominant business-news audio platform in the country under her management. In addition, Ms. Abramson held various executive roles at ABC Radio Network and was a prominent DJ on the legendary WLIR Radio in Long Island.

Mrs. Abramson serves on the Radio Hall of Fame Nominating Committee and as a judge for the 2022 Gracie Awards. In addition, Nancy has been recognized by Radio Ink as one of the Most Influential Woman in Radio in from 2009 through 2013.

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