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Underground Music Returns To Los Angeles with College Underground Radio.
The largest internet radio station chain specializing in underground, college and indie music, College Underground Radio has hired Newton Lee as the new General Manager of it’s Los Angeles Station.
Lee has more than 20 years of experience in the entertainment industry, including a decade at Disney Online where he worked on high-profile web properties for Disney, ABC, Hollywood Records, and Walt Disney Records. Lee is the founder of Computers in Entertainment magazine with a distinguished editorial board whose members include many Grammy, Emmy, and Academy Award winners, most notably Quincy Jones and the late Roy E. Disney.
“With the addition of Newton Lee, College Underground Radio Los Angeles is reinvigorated and ready to pioneer the discovery of new artists and bands.” said David Hottle, CPC.
According to Dave Hottle, CPC. “Finding Newton Lee with his Disney background is an exciting addition to our LA station.” “Newton’s strategic and promotional ideas will propel the station above the radar screens of artists, bands, managers and labels.”
"The future of Internet radio is now," said Newton Lee. "More than 100 million Americans listen to online radio in any given month of 2012. Under my stewardship, College Underground Radio Los Angeles will offer new streaming content befitting Hollywood and music lovers. We will also aim to be the premier Internet radio to help U.S. and international artists increase their fan base and gain attention of A&R's here in Los Angeles."
College Underground Radio (http://www.collegeundergroundradio.com) is the best mix of music and entertainment on the internet. They broadcast music and entertainment worldwide, twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.
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Newton Lee Newton@collegeundergroundradio.com