Darrell K. Brown was appointed president of Bonneville International Corporation on December 13, 2013. Darrell oversees Bonneville's 22 radio stations in the Denver, Phoenix, Sacramento, San Francisco, Seattle and Salt Lake City markets. He also oversees operations at KSL-TV in Salt Lake City.
Darrell is an accomplished senior broadcast executive, previously serving as president of McGraw-Hill Broadcasting Company. His career with McGraw-Hill spanned 28 years where he served in various sales and management roles for ABC and Azteca America television stations, including vice president and general manager roles in San Diego, Calif., and Denver, Colo. Additionally, Darrell is currently serving on the NAB Television Board and has served as chairman of the ABC Television Affiliates Association and as an executive board member of Minneapolis-based Internet Broadcasting Systems.
Darrell also deeply reflects and leads in areas related to the Bonneville mission. He has a tremendous background in building the communities he works in and has served on various executive boards in San Diego and Denver, including the Chamber of Commerce, United Way and the Boy Scouts of America. He currently serves on the Primary Children's Hospital Board in Salt Lake City.
"Bonneville International is known across the industry for its integrity and quality," Brown said. "As a group these stations are committed to serving and building up their local communities. I am honored to be part of Bonneville's legacy."
Darrell and his wife Lise live in Salt Lake City, Utah. They have four children.