Entercom Gifts $1 Million In Airtime To Conservation Group
April 13, 2010 at 4:49 AM (PT)
ENTERCOM COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION has awarded CONSERVATION INTERNATIONAL a grant of airtime on its radio stations worth $1 million.
The grant will go toward raising awareness around a CI convened coalition called TEAM EARTH, which was created as a platform to address some of the most pressing environmental issues of our day. Kicking off the grant, ENTERCOM and CI produced a public affairs program called "CONVERSATIONS," a series of three shows about conservation.
"On behalf of all of ENTERCOM, we are delighted to support CONSERVATION INTERNATIONAL’s efforts around TEAM EARTH and the platform it creates to get this important message out to our listeners," said ENTERCOM Dir./Sustainability JAIMIE FIELD. "I’m confident that our company, our partners and our 30 million listeners can make a difference."