Gary Bernstein Resigns From Superadio
August 7, 2006 at 12:15 PM (PT)
After 14 years, GARY BERNSTEIN has resigned from SUPERADIO NETWORKS. SUPERADIO COO JACK BRYANT reflected on the resignation this way: "GARY BERNSTEIN has been a valued executive and we respect his decision to pursue other interests." GARY BERNSTEIN joined SUPERADIO in 1992 as VP/Affiliate Relations rising to President of Radio Programs in 1994 and President in 1998. Prior to joining SUPERADIO-BOSTON, he was the leading billing ad executive in the BOSTON in market for 8 consecutive years while at WEEI-A.
BERNSTEIN says, " I am thankful to JOHN GARABEDIAN and ACCESS 1 for providing me with the opportunity. I will always treasure the special friendships that I developed with our customers and my colleagues. I truly enjoyed my tenure at SUPERADIO and I found it both challenging and fun."
During his tenure, BERNSTEIN was responsible for the creation and development ofSUPERADIO's Urban Division which includes Urban Mixx, the world's largest mix show network with programs such as Slam Jam, Kool Jam, Classic Jam,Inspiration Jam, and the Mini-Mixx series In addition, he was the force behind RUSS PARR's Morning and Weekend Shows, WALT LOVE’s Gospel Traxx, The WENDY WILLIAMS EXPERIENCE, The BAKA BOYZ Hip Hop MasterMixx, Good Day USA, The DONNIE McCLURKIN Show, The Soul Lounge, The BEBE WINANS Show, Moments of Inspiration, The Jump Off with DRE and ED LOVER, POCOS PERO LOCOS, Lost In The 80’s, The Backspin with SPINDERALLA, Club Virtue, ELVIS Only, The Playhouse, Smashtime with CLINTON SPARKS and EARL BOSTON Consulting Services.