Both will report to Joe Puglise, President/Market Manager effective January 1st.
"I'm excited to join the Clear Channel Media and Entertainment team in New York City and look forward to working with the incredible programming teams and talented people that make up some of the most iconic brands in our business," said Mitchem, who began her radio career at WPGC/Washington in the '90s.
She joined Clear Channel in 2003 as Director of Urban Programming for WUSL and WDAS-FM & AM/Philadelphia.
Mitchem will oversee all programming for the five station cluster, which includes Top 40 WHTZ (Z100), Classic Rock WAXQ (Q104.3), Top 40 WKTU, AC WLTW and Urban WWPR. She will manage the strategy and execution of the stations' brands, increasing audience engagement for the market’s broadcast, digital and live entertainment operations.
"Over the past few years I have seen firsthand how the company has grown and evolved," said Weiss. "I'm looking forward to building on Clear Channel
strength and working with one of the most talented sales teams in the country
to convert more non-radio advertisers to our medium as well as our digital