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- CMO tenures grow longer: studyAverage CMO tenure is getting a bit longer, and while women are still in the minority, they're better represented among chief marketing officers than anywhere else in the C-suite, according to a new study by sales intelligence firm Winmo.The mean CMO tenure among 2,400 executives in the study was almost 43 months. The median was 33, as some particularly long-lived CMOs pulled up the mean. (Unilever's Keith Weed, who will retire next year after nine years, and Procter & Gamble Co. Chief Brand Officer Marc Pritchard, who already has logged 10, come to mind.)Tenures measured by Winmo are up considerably from a mean of 37.5 and median of 27 months in its March 2017 study covering 1,400 executives. A study from Spencer Stuart released earlier this year of CMOs at 100 leading advertisers found a mean tenure of 44 months and median of 31. Continue reading at AdAge.com ..... Read More.5 hours ago
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- 2018 Post-Christmas Format Change WatchlistIt’s the most wonderful time of the year. A time to blow up your station’s previous branding and start fresh after blowing out your playlist for 6-8 weeks of music that you cannot play except for maybe that one day in July when people like to pretend it is winter. While there will be many others changes that seemingly come out of nowhere (even beyond those we track in our Domain Insight reports), the following is a list of stations where changes have been confirmed, expected, or at least worth monitoring between Christmas Day and January 7 (the first Monday of 2019). Confirmed Changes Likelihood of format change = 100% Canton – iHeartMedia AC “My 101.7” WHOF will debut a new format on December 26 at 9:00am (Domain Insight). Jacksonville – Cox Media Group will flip 690 WOKV from a simulcast of News/Talk 104.5 WOKV-FM to Sports… ..... Read More.13 hours ago