The California Broadcasters Association tapped Terry Fahy, VP/GM of Salem Media Group Los Angeles, to be the chair of its board of directors.
Salem’s Terry Fahy Named CBA Board Chair
Salem Media Group’s Terry Fahy earlier this week was elected chair of the California Broadcasters Association’s board of directors.
“Terry has been an invaluable resource on the CBA executive board and I know he will bring that same dynamic creativity and motivational energy to his role as chair,” Joe Berry, CBA President and CEO, said in a statement.
Fahy, a 38-year broadcast veteran, is vice president and general manager of Salem Media Group Los Angeles, which includes Christian Talk KKLA, Christian Music The Fish and two newstalk stations KRLA and KTIE.
In October 2014, Terry was appointed VP of operations for Salem Media Group’s West Coast markets: San Francisco, Sacramento and Ventura, Calif., and Seattle. Salem owns and operates 117 radio stations, as well as Salem Radio Network, which syndicates talk, news and music programming to approximately 2700 affiliates.
“I am looking forward to working closely with our board and CBA staff over the next two years to help California’s radio and television broadcasters maximize their positive impact in the communities they serve,” Fahy said after the confirmation vote.
The CBA has represented California’s radio and television stations since 1947 and has more than 1,000 member stations.