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ESPN Radio has made a series of personnel announcements at the network and station levels. Mo Davenport assumes the roll of Sr. Vice President, ESPN Radio, responsible for the leadership, management and oversight of ESPN Audio, which includes ESPN Radio, and all related content created for digital platforms and ESPN Station Group. He will continue to report to Traug Keller, Senior Vice President, Production, Business Units. Tim McCarthy assumes oversight of ESPN Radio's owned and operated stations as Senior Vice President, ESPN Radio Group, which consists of owned and operated stations in New York (ESPN 1050), Los Angeles (ESPN Radio 710), Chicago (WMVP-AM/ESPN 1000), Dallas/Ft. Worth (KESN-FM/ESPN 103.3FM), and Pittsburgh (ESPN 1250). Previously, McCarthy oversaw the owned stations in New York (as GM, ESPN Radio, 1050), and Pittsburgh. He will report to Davenport. Dave Roberts, formerly Sr. Coordinating Producer, Studio Production ESPNEWS, replaces McCarthy as Vice President, General Manager, ESPN 1050 Radio, New York. He reports to McCarthy. Jim Pastor assumes the role of Sr. Vice President of the newly created department,, following the recent launches of,, and Pastor is responsible for the strategy and development of, coordinating the cross-departmental initiative designed to maximize the fan experience at the local level. He will report to Keller. John Cravens, Director of Sales at ESPN 1000 (WMVP-AM) in Chicago since 2004, replaces Pastor, becoming that station's Vice President and General Manager. Cravens, who has been in radio sales for more than 30 years, in a management role for nearly 20, has experience as a major market GM, including ABC Radio stations in Houston (KSRR-FM) and Detroit (KHYT-FM). He reports to McCarthy. Mike Connolly, formerly with Citadel Broadcasting Corp./The Walt Disney Co., has joined ESPN Radio as Vice President, Audio Sales, based in ESPN's New York offices. He oversees a team that creates and sells advertising and marketing partnership for all things ESPN Audio -- on-air, digital, mobile and onsite -- for both English language and Spanish language networks. He reports to Davenport.




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