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Radio Vet Dukes Joins Tribune

Jul 9, 2008  •  Post A Comment

Tim Dukes, a radio veteran who moved to Wall Street, has joined Tribune Co. as VP of promotions for Tribune’s broadcasting and interactive divisions.
The hire was announced Wednesday.
Mr. Dukes spent more than 20 years in on-air and management radio positions in major markets before joining Wachovia Securities’ private client group in April 2007.
Mr. Dukes will report to Tribune Interactive President Marc Chase.
(Editor: Jensen)

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