Cumulus Media has added Tommy Page as Sr. VP of Brand Partnerships. In the new role, Page will connect brands with Cumulus listeners, with content being distributed by Westwood One, according to Billboard.
He will report to Cumulus CEO Lew Dickey, and will be based in New York City.
Page joins Cumulus from Pandora, where he played a significant role in outreach to artists and the industry after the company earned criticism over its royalty rates. Page joined Pandora in 2013, after two years at Billboard.
Page’s industry career began as a recording artist for Sire Records. His best-known hit was 1990’s “I’ll Be Your Everything.” He later returned to NYU’s Stern School of Business to pursue a career as a music exec. He then spent 14 years as an A&R and radio promotion exec for Warner Bros./Reprise.
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