January 7, 2013 - by BROADCASTER

StreamOn Appoints Director of Business Development

Roger Charest, Chief Executive Officer for StreamOn is pleased to welcome Mr. Jamie Moffat to the newly created role of Director of Business Development.

Jamie brings more than 20-years of broadcast and digital sales expertise to StreamOn and will provide radio stations with strategies and consulting to solve some widely felt industry problems.

Most recently Moffat was National Advertising Sales Representative for the Canadian Traffic Network. He had set new sales records for CTN and helped to establish CTN as a viable media outlet in Edmonton.

Mr. Moffat is experienced in radio broadcasting, sales, sales management, digital sales, and social media strategy. An established networker, he has helped businesses grow over the past two decades through search engine marketing, SEO, internet sales strategies, radio and print advertising, sales process, CRM system development and integration. Jamie has worked in small, medium and large markets across Western Canada and has been a panelist for numerous CRTC applications. He also received awards for the Country Music Event of the Year and Humanitarian Award in 2003 from the Canadian Country Music Association for co-producing the Say Hay Concerts.

“I am thrilled to be a part of such an exciting team! My entire career has led me to this moment, and I look forward to working with radio stations and broadcast groups around the world. The opportunity to provide radio stations with best-in-class tools to build market share and generate significant digital revenue is truly a blessing!” said Moffat.

Mr. Charest says, “Jamie Moffat get’s our product and understands how StreamOn and Listen Later have the potential to really impact the radio industry. Jamie’s radio and digital sales expertise complements our streaming expertise. We have created a winning model to help radio stations have the best quality sound online harnessing the power of social media while generating significant new revenue.”


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