Bob Philips is the Chief Revenue Officer at Entercom, a leading media and entertainment company and the # 1 creator of live, original, local audio content reaching over 100 million consumers across multiple platforms. In this role, Philips leads all aspects of revenue generation across corporate, regional and local levels and develops fully integrated, multiplatform sales solutions and breakthrough strategies to attract new revenue streams.
A 28-year broadcast veteran, Philips previously held various roles at CBS Radio. Most recently, he served as CBS Radio’s Chief Revenue Officer for two years, and prior to that he spent the majority of his career at the market level. He served as Senior Vice President and Market Manager for CBS Radio Baltimore and launched the very successful CBS Radio sports station WJZ-FM 105.7 The Fan. During his tenure there, Philips also negotiated broadcast rights with the Baltimore Ravens, Baltimore Orioles and Maryland Terrapins. Previously, he served as Director of National Sales at Sconnix Broadcasting, and he began his career as an account executive for United Broadcasting.
Philips has been honored multiple times as one of Radio Ink Magazine’s “Best Managers in Radio.” He currently serves on the RAB advisory board and is an officer for the Maryland DC Delaware Broadcasters Association. Philips holds a bachelor’s degree from St. Mary’s College.