Emmis Names Indy Market Manager

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Indianapolis-based Emmis Communications Corp. (Nasdaq: EMMS) has named Chuck Williams senior vice president and market manager for Emmis Indianapolis. Williams, who spent 11 years as market manager for Radio One in Indianapolis, succeeds Charlie Morgan.

In his new role, Williams will oversee operations for the company's radio stations in Indy, including WIBC-FM, WYXB-FM, WLHK-FM and WFNI-AM, along with Network Indiana, the company's statewide news service. Williams succeeds Charlie Morgan, who was named interim market manager for Emmis New York in January.

"We’ve competed against Chuck throughout his career and always viewed him as a gifted, high integrity leader uniquely positioned to build on our foundation of success in Indianapolis," said Patrick Walsh, president and chief operating officer of Emmis. "We are thrilled he’s agreed to lead our team in Indianapolis. With his deep knowledge of the Indianapolis radio market and the advertisers it serves, we expect him to jump right in and assist our talented team continue to grow and prosper."

Williams says he looks forward to joining the team at Emmis. "I couldn’t be more excited. I have long been an admirer of the Emmis culture, their people and their unfailing pride and leadership in the Industry and their communities."

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