Clear Channel Entertainment has made two promotions. Beckye Levin has been appointed executive vice president of the Clear Channel Entertainment Music Division where she
will work hand-in-hand with many different areas of the Music Division, including: booking, ticketing, legal, sales, operations, finance, and marketing.
Levin began her career in the entertainment industry nearly 15 years ago with PACE Concerts.
Over time, she has worked in many other roles within the entertainment business: booker for Post-Gazette Pavilion, formerly Star Lake Amphitheater in Pittsburgh; assistant executive director and booker at the Tweeter Centre at the Waterfront, formerly the 'Entertainment Centre' in Camden, NJ. She spent a year in CCE's Los Angeles office before moving back to Houston to serve as the vice president of booking.
Shane Bourbonnais has been appointed senior vice president for the Canadian Music
Division. He most recently was vice president of Canadian Operations and will now be responsible for overseeing all of the Canadian music operations, and booking, as well as negotiating all contracts and venue agreements.
He began his career in entertainment in 1995 at Orca Bay Sports and Entertainment holding the position of manager of Concert Sales and Marketing, then gradually working his way to director in 1997. Three years later in September of 2000, he joined Clear Channel Entertainment as the vice president of Western Canadian Operations, which then led to a vice president position for all of Canada, managing the operations and booking of that region.