The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) has promoted Josh Miely to serve as its vice president of content design and development, starting later this month.
Miely’s promotion was announced in a press release sent on Thursday. He joined NAB in June 2007, when he started as the senior coordinator of special projects.
His new role will see Miely lead the design, development and delivery of content programming for various NAB events, including the flagship NAB Show, which is set to take place in Las Vegas later this month.
“Josh is an expert in crafting educational opportunities featuring newsmakers, thought leaders and game-changers tackling the top-of-mind issues of the day,” Chris Brown, the EVP and Managing Director of Global Connections and Events, said in a statement. “With his dynamic personality and keen understanding of the ongoing evolution of content, Josh will help us continue delivering best-in-class programming that offers the NAB Show community insight into the future of media and entertainment.”
Miely already has some experience with producing content on behalf of NAB: He has served as the host of NAB Podcast since January 2016, where he has interviewed policy experts, industry thought leaders and other insiders on a wide variety of broadcast-related issues.
Before joining NAB, Miely worked in production, promotions, sales and talent roles for various radio stations in Maryland and Ohio.