Brad Phillips is set to retire from his role as Senior Vice President, Corus Audio.
Phillips has been with Corus Entertainment for a decade, starting in 2012 as General Manager for the Vancouver cluster of radio stations, before moving into the position of VP, Corus Radio West and then Vice-President and Head of FM Radio. He was upped to his current role in March 2022, overseeing all audio platforms for Corus including all FM and AM stations, as well as podcasting. Prior to that, he served as Vice-President of B.C. Operations for Astral Media, among other executive and management roles with CHUM television and radio and Moffat Communications.
“To say Brad Phillips is an industry legend is an understatement,” stated a Corus announcement. “From his first on-air radio gig as a teenager in Red Deer, Alberta, managing and programming #1 radio stations in Canada’s largest English markets, to overseeing television stations, most notably introducing the CityTV brand to the West Coast, Brad has helped shape the music we hear and the TV programming we see.”
“The true mark of a great career is not just winning at the highest levels, but winning the respect of colleagues and competitors while doing something you love,” added Troy Reeb, Executive Vice President, Broadcast Networks, Corus Entertainment. “I want to thank Brad for his tremendous contributions to Corus, and to the broader industry which he will no doubt continue to support in his next chapter.”
Phillips with remain with Corus until early August.
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