Rob Hamilton has spent the last 23 years in Broadcast Media across the South.
He spent the first 16 years of his career on the air, mostly at rock and alternative stations, as well as having served as Music Director, Promotions Director, Assistant Program Director and more.
He spent the last six years as the Interactive Media Director for another radio company in Atlanta before coming to 92.9 The Game and CBS Atlanta as the Digital Content Manager.
Follow him on Twitter at @robhamilton.
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