Tom Allen Steps Into NCAB Presidency
Senior Vice President of Broadcasting
The North Carolina Association of Broadcasters (NCAB) recently inducted Capitol Broadcasting Senior Vice President of Broadcasting Tom Allen as President of its organization. On December 19, 2000, Allen was sworn in for the 2001 term.
Allen replaces Walker Morris, General Manager/Owner of WIOZ-WKQB in Southern Pines, who served as NCAB President for 2000. As Morris stepped down he said to Allen, “Congratulations, Tom, and good luck dealing with Washington issues in what promises to be a very unpredictable and potentially unruly year.”
WRAL-FM General Manager Ardie Gregory was elected as a director of the NCAB last year as well. Her three-year term began January 1, 2001.
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