||Robert L. Heymann Jr. , Director
Since joining Media Services Group in 2008, Bob Heymann has bought or sold dozens of radio stations, TV stations, and towers for clients of the firm. Prior to joining Media Services Group, Mr. Heymann spent 24 years in the media brokerage business in Chicago where he successfully brokered various-sized radio and TV stations from coast to coast with a total aggregate value in excess of $500,000,000. A few of his record setting transactions include the sale of WNIB-FM (now WDRV) Chicago for $165,000,000, the sale of WPNT-FM (now WSHE) Chicago for $75,000,000, and the sale of KOMA AM&FM Oklahoma City for $54,000,000. Among his other business enterprises, Mr. Heymann was co-founder and chairman of the nation’s first broadband cable system and chairman of the largest telecom information company partnered with Pacific Bell (now AT&T). Before starting his station brokerage business in 1984, Mr. Heymann managed KQAK-FM in San Francisco and previous to that, he held management positions and consulting relationships with some of the largest broadcasters in America including NBC and CBS.
Mr. Heymann holds a B.S. Degree from the Kenan-Flagler School of Business at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Mr. Heymann did post graduate work at New York University’s Stern Graduate School of Business and later pursued an M.B.A. at the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University. Mr. Heymann became one of the youngest persons in U.S. history to be awarded a First Class Radio Telephone Operator License by the FCC after becoming interested in broadcasting at the age of 14.