Jim Loftus began his career in radio as an On-Air personality in Northeastern PA in 1977. Since 2015 he is the President and CEO at 101.1 More FM/ WBEB- Philadelphia, America’s largest independently owned and operated standalone FM radio station. Jim spent over 10 years as a Vice-President with CBS Radio in Philadelphia, serving as the General Manager of WOGL, WYSP, and as Director of Sales for their six station cluster and CBS Philly.com. For nine years he was Chief Operating Officer of Times-Shamrock Communications radio division overseeing stations in five states. Earlier, Jim was a Vice-President/Market Manager for Susquehanna Radio’s five stations in Scranton/Wilkes-Barre and the Director of Sales at Power 99 FM/WUSL and Famous 56/WFIL in Philadelphia. Jim is on the board of the PAB, a trustee at Covenant Health, providing Catholic Healthcare throughout New England and PA, a board member at the Archdiocese of Philadelphia’s Catholic Charities, and a board member at St. Mary’s Villa Senior Care Campus in Elmhurst, PA. He taught communications at Temple University for 16 years. Jim is a 1981 graduate of Marywood College with a degree in Communication Arts. He and his wife Renee have an adult daughter, Riley, and reside both at Moosic Lakes in the Northern Pocono area and in Philadelphia.