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Thursday, March 3, 2016

Radio One's Wegmann Announces Retirement, Levingston in Radio One Return

Wednesday, March 2, 2016
Mar 2nd 2016, 05:04, by radioinfo
Radio One's Wegmann Announces Retirement. Three-Chris Wegmannyear Radio One Radio Group president Chris Wegmann is set to retire in four weeks (4/1). Radio One chief executive officer Alfred Liggins comments, "I am grateful for Chris' years of loyal leadership to Radio One and wish him well in his retirement." Wegmann remarks, "I am looking forward to retiring to the farm with my wife Eva and spending my days building boats. I will miss the wonderful people at Radio One I have grown quite fond of over the years. I am thankful for the opportunity to have led the radio group. I believe that what I have helped to build will continue to prosper while I spend much anticipated time hunting and fishing." Wegmann joined Radio One in 2009 as regional vice president and general manager in Dallas and St. Louis and he was regional vice president and general manager in Washington, DC. Wegmann previously worked for Cox Radio, Clear Channel, and Signature Broadcasting.
Deon LevingstonLevingston in Radio One Return. It is a homecoming for former Emmis New York senior vice president and general manager Deon Levingston who returns to Radio One as general manager of its Indianapolis stations, as well as regional vice president of the company's Detroit and St. Louis outlets. Radio One Radio Group chief executive officer David Kantor states, "Deon's reputation precedes him and I'm thrilled to welcome him back home to Radio One. I look forward to working with him and trust that he will bring the same level of innovation, operational, and leadership excellence he is known for to our midwest markets." Levingston notes that he is "very excited to rejoin the Radio One family. At the beginning of my career, [this company] gave me my first start as a general manager – I am very happy to come home. I look forward to working with the team to grow and dominate the urban space." Levingston's radio career began in 2001 with Radio One, where he ultimately became vice president and general in Indianapolis. His resume also includes being president and market manager for YMF Media New York and New York City urban AC WBLS.
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