NAB To Honor James F. Goodmon Jr. With Digital Leadership Award

James F. Goodmon Jr. is VP and general manager of Capitol Broadcasting Company (CBC) New Media Group.

James (Jimmy) F. Goodmon Jr., VP and general manager of Capitol Broadcasting Company (CBC) New Media Group, will be honored with the first-ever Digital Leadership Award during the 2015 NAB Show. The award will be presented during the Technology Luncheon, Wednesday, April 15, in Las Vegas.

James (Jimmy) F. Goodmon Jr., VP and general manager of Capitol Broadcasting Company New Media Group, will receive the NAB's first-ever Digital Leadership Award.

James (Jimmy) F. Goodmon Jr., VP and general manager of Capitol Broadcasting Company New Media Group, will receive the NAB's first-ever Digital Leadership Award.

In his position, Goodmon develops strategies for emerging business opportunities, in addition to overseeing acquisitions, investments and start up projects. Under Goodmon’s direction, CBC New Media was one of the first companies to deliver over-the-air digital signals to mobile devices.

CBC New Media was also successful in building patented technology to help broadcasters confine their streaming TV signals to their local designated market areas (DMA).

His efforts have grown CBC’s digital revenue by 15 percent or more in each of the last 10 years. WRAL.com is one of the largest local TV station websites in the country with more than 4.5 million visitors each month.

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