Brian Sines To Lead Townsquare Lafayette & Lake Charles

Townsquare Media has announced the transfer of Texarkana Market President/Chief Revenue officer Brian Sines to Louisiana where he will now oversee the company’s Lafayette and Lake Charles stations.

Sines spent six years in Cedar Rapids IA as Director of Sales before being promoted to Market President for Texarkana in August 2019. Sines has previously held General Manager positions for Coon Valley Radio and Clear Channel Burlington IA. He’s also been General Sales Manager for Clear Channel in Des Moines and Madison and worked for Learfield Sports and

Townsquare Media Inc. announced today that Texarkana Market President and Chief Revenue Officer Brian Sines has earned his second internal promotion in the last eighteen months. Effective immediately, he will oversee Townsquare’s Lafayette and Lake Charles local media clusters and drive strategic sales and content initiatives across the Southern Louisiana region. He will report to Townsquare Senior Vice President Todd Lawley.

“When we promoted Brian to oversee Texarkana, we knew he would do an amazing job, but he has exceeded our very high expectations in building a best-in-class operation and fully leveraging the Townsquare playbook. Brian’s track record of strong leadership, strategic mindset and the ability to unlock value within the market makes him a perfect fit for the dominant platform of local assets in Southern Louisiana,” commented Mr. Lawley.

“I am very excited to join the incredibly dedicated teams in Southern Louisiana. They have done such an amazing job of leading the area through some very difficult times and continue to lead every day, super serving the communities and our business partners. I couldn’t be more excited to be joining these high performing teams in Cajun Country,” said Mr. Sines.

Townsquare COO – Local Media, Erik Hellum added, “We have a very special, dedicated, talented and passionate team in Southern Louisiana, and I can think of no better match for that team than Brian,”

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