NEW YORK: The sales and marketing arm of the US radio industry, the Radio Advertising Bureau, has appointed Jeff Haley as its new president and ceo to replace Gary Fries.

Haley, former svp of global marketing at media giant Time Warner, takes up his new role later this month.

He comments: "Radio like all media faces great opportunities from new technology and shifting consumer habits. I'm confident the RAB will play an important role helping its member stations and their advertisers succeed in this changing environment."

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