Do you love music? Do you have a passion for selling and proven success doing so?
Austin’s 95.9 is a strong heritage brand. It is defining the RnB sound in the Austin area. Our deep, passionate fan base occupies a vital space in the Austin and surrounding areas. While staying true to its strong African-American roots, 95.9 RnB resonates with the multi-cultural Austin area market.
We are currently searching for a proven sales leader who is goal-oriented, entrepreneurial and thrives on growing business in a fast-paced, high-energy environment. The Account Executive's priority will be to develop and manage successful custom advertising campaigns for clients that integrate our audio, visual, digital, text/mobile and experiential assets.
Our ideal candidate will possess:
A minimum of two (2) years of advertising sales experience with proven track record of exceeding sales goals and ability to develop and manage a consistent sales pipeline
Local media sales in either digital, radio, cable, newspaper or TV is preferred. Excellent communication and presentation skills with knowledge of radio and digital media advertising
Must be creative, collaborative, passionate problem-solver and a team player
Entrepreneurial spirit driven to achieve sales goals
Does this sound the opportunity you’ve been waiting for? If so, we want to hear from you!
Entercom Austin is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Website : http://www.985krz.com
WKRZ FM is a Broadcast Media company located in 4499 Route 611, Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, United States.WKRZ, "98.5 KRZ", is a radio station licensed to Freeland, Pennsylvania serving the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre/Hazleton radio market at 98.5 MHz FM. The station radio format is Top 40 which it has broadcast in the market since 1980. For three decades, the station has used "KRZ", a shortened form of its call letters, for its on air promotion. The present owners of WKRZ, Entercom Communications, received FCC approval in 2003 to move WAMT (103.1 MHz FM, now WILK-FM) from Freeland to Avoca. As a condition of the move, Entercom was required to change the city of license of WKRZ from Wilkes-Barre to Freeland due to FCC concerns about the "loss of local service" to Freeland because of the WAMT move. In practice, the only thing that changed was the legal ID.