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New York State Broadcasters Association elects Galaxy’s Levine as board chairman

By Journal Staff


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The New York State Broadcasters Association, Inc. (NYSBA) announced it has elected Ed Levine, president and CEO of Galaxy Communications in Syracuse/Utica, as its board chairman for the coming year.

He replaces Bob Krummenacker, VP and general manager of Quincy Broadcasting’s WBNG-TV in Binghamton, who has served as the association’s board chairman for the last year.

“I look forward to working with our incoming Chairman, Ed Levine, CEO of Galaxy Communications, who is one of the most successful and respected radio executives in the country,” David Donovan, president and executive director of NYSBA, said in a news release.

The NYSBA also announced other board officers and new board members.
New members joining the board of directors for 2017, include these two Central New York broadcasting executives: Karen Carey, market president/chief revenue officer at WFRG/WIBX/WLZW/WODZ in Marcy; and Amy Collins, general manager of WSTM-TV/WSTQ-TV/WTVH-TV in Syracuse.

Donovan said the NYSBA is an association that seeks to “help ensure that that radio and television stations in New York meet the challenges of today’s hyper competitive marketplace.” 

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