RadioandMusic
| 07 Aug 2022
Horowitz becomes President and CEO of Hubbard Radio

NEW DELHI: Drew Horowitz has been promoted as president and chief operating officer of Hubbard Radio. Headquartered in Minneapolis, Hubbard has nine stations in American. He was until now executive vice president and chief operating officer.

The latest change comes after the company recently announced that chief executive officer Bruce Reese was leaving. Ginny Morris will remain chairman and chief executive officer, reclaiming the CEO title after Reese's departure.

"For the past few years I have had the privilege to work with Drew and see first-hand what a gifted broadcaster he is," said Morris. "Drew's passion for the radio business and for the people with whom he works is evident in how he approaches every opportunity and every challenge. I look forward to further partnering with him as we continue to move our business forward."

Before joining Hubbard Radio in 2011, Horowitz was the executive vice president and chief operating officer of Bonneville International, where his tenure began in 1992. His prior experience also includes leadership positions with Lakeshore Communications, WFYR (FM), Chicago and WUSN (FM), Chicago.

He is on the boards of the Illinois Broadcasters Association and La Rabida Children's Hospital, and was previously on the City Year board of directors in Chicago for 14 years. Horowitz was also named the Vincent T. Wasilewski ‘Broadcaster of the Year' by the Illinois Broadcasters Association in 2013.

Started in 1923, Hubbard Broadcasting, Inc. is an American television and radio broadcasting corporation based in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota that was started by Stanley E. Hubbard. Hubbard Broadcasting operates radio stations and television stations in nine states.