Deborah Parenti becomes president of the streamlined publishing division



BOCA RATON, FLA. – Streamline publishing, founded in 1986 with the establishment of a trade publication on sales and management of the radio industry Radio ink and today a diverse publisher of print and digital titles focused on the art and media industries, has
raised Deborah Parenti as president of the Radio, TV and podcasting division.

In this role, Parenti will extend his leadership responsibilities to the three brands that have helped make Streamline Publishing a trusted source of news, information and insights in the radio, television and audio industries to Requirement : Radio ink, Radio + Television activity report, and Podcast Business Journal. The Radio, TV & Podcasting Division also presents the Hispanic radio conference and Radio and Television Financial Summit: Forecasts At New York.

Parenti served as executive vice president / publisher of what was previously known as Streamline Publishing
audio division since joining the company founded by the CEO B. Eric Rhoads in January 2007. She took over the management of Radio + Television activity report with its acquisition by Streamline Publishing in February 2013. The company launched Podcast Business Journal at the end of the 2010s.

“Deborah has been a tremendous asset to Radio Ink for almost 15 years and most recently has shown exemplary leadership in making RBR + TVBR and Podcast Business Journal the destinations of choice for their readers,” said Rhoads . “With a solid background as a leader of radio stations in her home in Dayton, Ohio, and in Philadelphia, Deborah has proven that her expertise as a top notch marketer and professional in sales and management of broadcast media can drive the growth of three separate publications for the audio and visual media industries. We congratulate Deborah on this well-deserved promotion.

Parenti’s career in the broadcast industry began with “high-flying” WING-AM in Dayton, where she became Vice President and Deputy Managing Director after holding positions in promotion, marketing and research. . She then joined Stoner Broadcasting, as General Sales Manager at Stoner’s WDJX-FM 99.7 in Louisville before returning to Dayton in 1990 as Vice President / General Manager of WWSN, as the first woman to run a station. radio stations in this market. Under his leadership, the station would become WMMX ”Mix 107.7», A station which remains today one of the most listened to FM radio stations in Dayton.

Later, Parenti would become vice president / general manager of American Radio Systems’ Dayton Group, winning a
featured in the February 1997 issue of Working woman magazine for his role in
develop one of the first consolidated radio sales platforms, “Radio First! In September
1997 Parenti would leave his hometown of Dayton for a post of vice president / general manager of Beasley
WXTU-FM in Country Format from Broadcast Group in Philadelphia. From 1999 to 2010, Parenti was a member of the board of directors of Vox Radio.

Today Parenti is again based in the Dayton area.

She said: “I am extremely honored and grateful to have the chance to work with Eric and our incredible team of professionals. The opportunity to engage and learn from people at so many levels of a company that I love, as well as the chance to have what I hope will be a positive impact on them, is something that I love. never take it for granted.

Parenti is a board member of the Alliance for Women in the Media. She completed the NABEF
Broadcast Leadership Training Program in 2001. She also serves on the advisory board of College Broadcasters Inc ..

Ed ryan retains the role of Editor-in-Chief for Radio Ink and Podcast Business Journal. Adam r jacobson retains the role of Editor-in-Chief of Radio + Television Business Report.

Streamline publishing and its products play an important role in two sectors:
radio / television / audio on demand and the art world and art collection. He prides himself on
looking for innovative solutions that break traditional molds. In addition to its radio, television and
podcasting titles, he is the editor of Fine Art Connoisseur and PleinAir. The art division is also the organizer of various events closely related to its art brands.



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