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Marc Chase

Marc Chase
Occupation President, Tribune Interactive - Tribune Company
Employer Tribune
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http://www.tribune.com

Marc Chase (born April 7, 1960) (aka Mark Thompson) is an award-winning American radio executive currently working for Tribune Company as the President of Tribune Interactive.[1]

History

Chase, although born in

When radio began deregulation in 1996, Chase was appointed Regional Vice President of Programming for Jacor Communications. When Jacor was purchased by Clear Channel Communications in 1998, Chase became a Senior Vice President of Programming, a job he has held for over a decade.[3]

Departure from Clear Channel

Chase had been with Jacor/Clear Channel since 1985

Accolades

Chase has been the recipient of Radio and Records Awards in multiple formats (CHR and Rock) for programmer and station of the Year (WYHY, WFLZ, WEBN). Marc Chase was the first program director to ever win Billboard Magazines Program Director of the week award twice in one year (1989). He was also named one of the best program directors in Radio by the Trade Magazine Radio Ink.[4]

Side projects

Marc Chase also uses his entertainment talent on the weekly television show Movie Underground on WGN America, playing the character of the Night Watchman.[5] Chase has been playing the Night Watchman since 2008.

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