iHeartMedia has announced today that Rob Miller has been named Senior Vice President of Programming for the South Florida region. In addition, Miller has also been elevated to Executive Vice President of Hot AC Programming and Strategy for iHeartMedia National Programming Group.
In his new role as Senior Vice President of Programming, Miller will be responsible for the day to day operations in the Miami and Fort Lauderdale markets and will lead some of the most iconic brands and personalities in the South Florida Region, which includes West Palm Beach, Fort Pierce, Fort Myers, Naples and Punta Gorda. As Executive Vice President of Hot AC Programming, he will work closely with several iHeartMedia stations throughout the United States. Miller will report to Brian Olson, Division President and Region President for iHeartMedia South Florida.
“I’ve had the pleasure of working closely with Rob for the past 10 years on 939 MIA,” said Olson. “He’s one of the most dedicated and hardworking individuals in our industry and I’m excited for Rob to lead our teams across South Florida.”
“Rob has done a brilliant job programming the iconic 103.5 KTU and leading iHeartMedia’s Hot AC stations,” said Tom Poleman, Chief Programming Officer for iHeartMedia. “He’s one of the best programmers I know and I have tremendous confidence in his ability to now lead the programming of our South Florida stations.”
Miller is a media veteran who has been with iHeartMedia for nearly three decades. He joins the South Florida Region from 103.5 KTU in New York where he served as Program Director for the past 12 years. Miller also served as Program Director for WALK-FM in Long Island, New York and is a graduate of Dowling College in Long Island.
“South Florida has always held a special place in my heart and Miami has been like a second home to me,” said Miller. “I love the energy, diversity and pride of the city and I’m excited to lead our legendary brands and collaborate with our marquee personalities. Thank you iHeartMedia – what an amazing way to celebrate my third decade in radio.”