Cumulus Los Angeles is looking for a high-energy Promotion Manager for its Marketing and Promotions Department. The department coordinates all marketing and promotions activities for both stations in the Los Angeles cluster; 790 KABC and 95.5 KLOS. This is a full-time position and will be a combination of administrative support as well as coordination/supervision for on-site street team activities.


The successful candidate will serve as a liaison between the stations and its listeners as well as help coordinate and write up contests, promotions, community, and stations’ events. The Promotions Manager will work closely with the Promotions & Marketing Directors, Sales, Digital and Programming departments.


This candidate must have a strong interest in radio and music, as well as a passion for the brands at Cumulus Los Angeles. The Promotions Manager will be responsible for the day to day station on-air promotions which include creating, writing and implementing day to day promotions, maintaining daily database of on-air contest winners, fulfillment of promotional prizes, and preparation of daily promotional forms, liners, winner sheets and execution for weekly and weekend on-air promotions. This candidate must also be willing to participate at on-site events and street team appearances to represent and promote our stations.


We are seeking a personable candidate who is also enthusiastic, highly-organized, creative, can multi-task, and is detail/deadline-oriented. Solid working knowledge of MS Office Suite, Adobe Photoshop with internet research and social media skills required. Valid driver’s license mandatory with clean driving record. Must be available to work weekends and evenings when necessary.


A minimum of 3 years radio promotions and/or customer service experience preferred.

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Cumulus Media, Inc. is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE).

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