New York, August 4, 2015 – Destiny Media Networks has announced the hiring of veteran sales executive Terry Schoppmann as Executive Vice President Sales/Northeast, who is responsible for revenue growth in the northeast region for all Destiny Media Network assets. Schoppmann based in New York City will report to Destiny Media Network President/CEO Scott Elberg.

“Terry gives Destiny Media Networks instant credibility in the advertising community with her experience and knowledge of network radio,” Elberg commented. “As a startup company, we are fortunate to have a well respected and successful sales executive join our team as a sales executive and equity partner.”

Schoppmann comes to Destiny Media Networks after a long career in media sales & management most notably as VP/Sales East Coast for Westwood One, where she managed a staff of 10. Her team represented marque brands such as The NFL, NCAA Basketball and Football, CBS News, The Olympics, The Grammys and more. Schoppmann also worked at Dial Global as Sr. VP/Northeast, Z100/New York and as VP/Sales for Jelli, the first end to end programmatic platform for terrestrial radio.

“Joining the team at Destiny Media Networks gives me the opportunity to create multi-media solutions for our clients marketing objectives which is very exciting for me,” said Schoppmann.

Senior Vice President Herb Hofmann commented on the hiring of Schoppmann. “Adding Terry Schoppmann to our team increases our visibility throughout the east coast. Terry and I worked together for many years at Westwood One and I am thrilled to have her as part of our team at Destiny Media Networks,” said Hofmann.

Schoppmann is currently on the job and is making the rounds to the agencies in NYC.

About Destiny Media Networks

Destiny Media Networks specializes in national ad sales and custom content creation across all media platforms. Programming includes the DIY Network, The Financial Quarterback, The Motor Sport Minute and the Destiny Sports Talk Network. Destiny Media Networks was started by media executive Scott Elberg and an ownership group with decades of media success.