The visionary for Advisors Prep is Jeff Holden. With over 32 years of experience as an executive in the radio industry he began his sales and marketing career in Chicago, moved West and eventually settled in Sacramento. He became Regional Vice President for Clear Channel Media, with responsibility for 25 West Coast radio stations and their digital properties, as well as an additional suite of online and promotional products. This included management of KFBK-AM, one of the oldest and most influential News/Talk stations in the country. It was here the idea began for more compelling talk show hosts and content.
Leaving Clear Channel Media in 2012, Jeff formed Multipoint Content Strategies, a company focused on creating high quality content and production for talk shows and podcasts. Advisors Prep was developed based on the observations and feedback from clients.
Shawn Cash has over 25 years of commercial production, voice over and creative campaign experience. He has worked in every aspect of radio, including promotions, management and being on-air in multiple markets. While on-air, Shawn also has been responsible for entire radio station commercial libraries, doing creative or producing and editing.
Having hosted and produced hundreds of shows, Shawn brings a unique perspective to production elements that create compelling content. Professional and creative with an ear for opportunity, his production skills are some of the best and he’s anxious to use them on your show.
Alan Eisenson is a veteran news/talk programmer and talent coach. He is currently Executive Vice President of Business Development for Media Management Group in New York City. In that role he works with top brands, such as Chicken Soup for the Soul, Frommer’s Travel and AARP, on their broadcast and digital audio production and distribution. Alan has a passion for the development of talent and loves nothing more than to see his people succeed and grow.
Alan has programmed stations in New York, San Francisco, Sacramento, Denver and Las Vegas for top companies such as CBS and iHeartRadio. He was named as one of the Top 50 Program Directors in America four times by Radio Ink magazine (1998/1999/2005/2006).