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Harry Clark

General Manager of Corporate Underwriting and Integrated Media Sponsorships

Harry Clark is the General Manager of Corporate Underwriting and Integrated Media Sponsorships for New York Public Radio.  New York Public Radio owns and operates WNYC AM and FM, WQXR, the four stations of New Jersey Public Radio, The Jerome L. Greene Performance Space, www.wnyc.org, www.wqxr.org and www.thegreenespace.org.  Its shows, stations and digital properties reach 11.5 million people each month on average.

As General Manager of Corporate Underwriting and Integrated Media Sponsorships, Clark is responsible for setting the underwriting revenue strategy across the organization’s multiple media platforms.  In addition to directing the local and national underwriting teams, Clark oversees efforts to capitalize on the organization’s rapidly expanding digital and mobile offerings, including: podcasts and websites of popular programs like Radiolab, On The Media, The Brian Lehrer Show, The Leonard Lopate Show, Here’s the Thing with Alec Baldwin and Freakonomics Radio; the WNYC and WQXR mobile apps; WQXR.org’s live webcasts from Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, and other internationally-renowned concert halls; and Schoolbook, an online education community from WNYC and The New York Times.

Clark brings over a decade of experience in fostering sales culture and practices focused on developing customer solutions through senior positions at some of the largest radio stations in the United States.  Most recently, Clark was Director of Strategy for Emmis Communications in New York, where he led strategic efforts across the organization including digital growth through cutting-edge video integration.   Previously, he held other key leadership roles at Emmis, including Director of Sales and General Sales Manager.  From 1999-2007, Clark worked for the global marketing research firm Arbitron, where he was recognized with top company awards while serving as the Divisional Manager for the Western United States and Southwest Regional.