Rock'n'roll entrepreneur Danny Goldberg on Thursday became the latest chief executive asked to take charge of fledgling liberal radio network, Air America, and make it profitable as well as political. Goldberg, 54, becomes the third CEO of Air America since it launched in March 2004, succeeding acting CEO Doug Kreeger who took the post left vacant by Mark Walsh last spring. Kreeger stepped down in December and is a board member and advisor.
"I'm very passionate about Air America's mission and my politics are the politics of the network. But at the same time I'm a businessperson and I like success," Goldberg, who most recently served as founder and CEO of independent record label Artemis Records, told Reuters.
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