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Dan Mason

Partner SABO-MASON International Initiatives

Dan Mason currently serves as an advisor and consultant to companies in the radio broadcasting industry since his retirement from Infinity Radio in 2002.

He was named President of CBS Radio (renamed Infinity Radio) in November of 1995 where he was responsible for the operation of the group's 184 stations in the largest markets across the United States. As President of Infinity Radio, Mr. Mason successfully integrated the original CBS, Group W and American Radio Systems stations,among the most venerable radio broadcasting groups in the country, by merging operations, blending business styles and increasing profitability.

Prior to that, he served as President of Group W Radio, a division of Westinghouse Broadcasting Company, for three years. Mason began his career in radio in 1975 at WZGC-FM in Atlanta. In 1977, he moved to Washington, DC, where he was that station's Program Director as well as National Program Director for First Media, the parent company. In 1979, at the age of 27, he was named Vice President/General manager of KTSA/KTFM in San Antonio. He later returned to First Media where he was named Executive Vice President. When First Media became Cook Inlet Radio Partners, he was named that organization's President in 1988. In 1993, Mr. Mason joined Westinghouse as President of Group W Radio.

Mr. Mason currently serves on the Board of Directors of Spanish Broadcasting System, Inc. He has previously served on several other boards including the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) and CBS A native of Louisville, Kentucky, Dan Mason graduated from Eastern Kentucky University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Broadcasting. He was named that university's "Outstanding Alumnus of the Year" in 1995. On the year of his retirement, he was named Radio Executive of the Year by Radio and Records Magazine.

Dan has two sons and resides in Poolesville, Maryland, located in suburban Washington, DC.

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