2011

Career Achievement Inductee

Dan Mason


Dan Mason is a native of Louisville, Kentucky and graduated from Eastern Kentucky University with a degree in broadcasting. He began his career in radio in 1975 at WZGC-FM in Atlanta.  In 1977, he moved to WPGC-FM in Washington, D.C., 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. Mason 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. Mason joined Westinghouse as President of Group W Radio in 1993 and became president of CBS Radio in 1995. Mason retired that position in April of 2015.


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