Capitol Broadcasting Reveals Three New VPs

RALEIGH — Over the past year, Capitol Broadcasting Company has had multiple changes in leadership due to retirement of several long-time company Vice Presidents.

Now, the privately held radio and TV station owner has shared who is filling the roles of VP/Chief Financial Officer; VP of Human Resources; and VP of Radio, respectively.

Taking the top finance position is Tim Steele (pictured, bottom left).

Steele arrived at Capitol Broadcasting at the end of March 2023, taking over for Dan McGrath, who retired after 20 years at CBC. Steele came to CBC from Sports Endeavors, Inc. His career in finance also includes a role at PricewaterhouseCoopers.

Pam Genske is succeeding Angie Emerline, who wanted to step back from the demands of the role after 29 years at Capitol Broadcasting, the final 13 as Vice President of Human Resources. Genske has worked for organizations such as Chubb and Son, Prudential Financial, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Rhode Island as well as supermarket parent company Ahold Delhaize.

Lastly, Brian Grube has assumed the reigns of what the company calls “CBC Radio” (not to be confused with Canada’s national broadcaster) after the retirement of Brian Maloney, who spent the final 13 of his 43-year radio career at Capitol Broadcasting.

Grube joined Capitol Broadcasting in 2009 as Regional/National Sales Manager.  He was promoted to Local Sales Manager in 2015, then to Radio Sales Director in 2017. As Maloney retired, Grube was tapped as the new General Manager of Capitol’s Radio divisions, which includes Sports Talk siblings on the AM and FM band in Raleigh in addition to WRAL-FM “Mix 101.5.”

Grube also oversees Capitol’s radio stations in Wilmington, N.C.

Grube’s promotion to Vice President of Capitol’s Radio Division came in February 2024.

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