Citadel Broadcasting Joins HireVeterans.com

Jobs for Veterans at Citadel BroadcastingOne of America’s Premier Broadcasting Companies Offers Jobs to U.S. Veterans

by Marcy Bulstrom

Citadel Broadcasting is the largest pure play radio company in the United States, with a strong national footprint reaching more than 50 markets. Citadel is comprised of 165 FM stations and 58 AM stations in the nation’s leading markets. In addition to their strong national footprint, Citadel Broadcasting also owns and operates Citadel Media, which creates and distributes programming to more than 4,000 affiliates.

The programming includes popular syndicated radio programs such as ABC News Radio, The Mark Levin Show, The Michael Baisden Show, The Huckabee Report, as well as 24/7 music formats. As a company focused exclusively on the radio business, Citadel Broadcasting has the benefit of scale in an increasingly competitive industry.

The Citadel Media Networks has nearly 4,000 affiliate radio stations reaching nearly 100 million people age 12 and over each week. This is no easy task. To meet the challenges, they need the very best employees that can deliver. U.S. Veterans are a natural niche recruiting market for Citadel to recruit from. In lieu, they have joined and partnered with HireVeterans.com, America’s leading edge job board for U.S. Veterans, to get the job done.

Citadel operates programs and services that include ABC News Radio, The Mark Levin Show, The Michael Baisden Show, MoneyTalk with Bob Brinker, Don Imus in the Morning, American Country Countdown with Kix Brooks, The Dan Patrick Show, The Herd with Colin Cowherd, Mike and Mike in the Morning, The Huckabee Report, Renán Almendárez Coello—El Vacilón de la Mañana with Juan Carlos Alonso and Jorge L. Quiles Morales, ESPN Deportes Radio.

Apply to Citadel Jobs on HireVeterans.comOther Citadel Media services include advanced digital media platforms including online interactive advertising, streaming audio and podcasts, ABC Sports Radio, syndicated music and talk programs including Flashback, format-specific ePREP and production libraries, ABC’s Jack FM™ and nine other 24-Hour Formats, including Scott Shannon’s True Oldies Channel and ESPN Radio, which is the exclusive network radio home of Major League Baseball, the NBA and the Bowl Championship Series. Today, Citadel Media Networks is one of the largest radio program syndicators in the United States, with significant resources invested in Programming, Engineering, ABC News Radio, Marketing, Radio Station Affiliation, Advertising Sales and New Media.

Citadel Interactive is focused on operating an expansive digital platform that provides listeners a unique and rich on-line experience.

Currently, Citadel Interactive hosts over 250 websites that receive over 100 million monthly page views and one of the nations largest streaming networks for on-line radio, with over 180 radio stations streaming live on-line. Our digital platform provides advertisers the opportunity to connect with our listeners via the web on a local, regional and national level. Advertising opportunities include streaming audio ads, video gateways, display, podcasting, on-line contesting, and mobile marketing opportunities.

So get on the Citadel frequency and join their team.

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