George G. Beasley, age 77, founded Beasley Broadcast Group, Inc. in 1961 and has served since inception as the Company’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Beasley serves on the Board of Trustees of Appalachian State University. He served on the North Carolina Association of Broadcasters’ Board of Directors for eight years and has served that Association as President and Vice President. Mr. Beasley has a B.A. and M.A. from Appalachian State University. George G. Beasley is the father of Bruce G. Beasley, Caroline Beasley and Brian E. Beasley. Mr. Beasley’s qualifications for election to the Board of Directors include his forty-nine years of management experience in the radio broadcast industry. He is the founder of our Company and brings with him unsurpassed knowledge of our Company, its history and its competitors.



Bruce G. Beasley, age 52, has served as Beasley Broadcast Group, Inc.’s President since 1997, Co-Chief Operating Officer from February 2001 until February 2006, Chief Operating Officer since February 2006, and as a Director since 1980. He began his career in the broadcasting business with the Company in 1975 and since that time has served in various capacities including General Sales Manager of a radio station, General Manager of a radio station and Vice President of Operations of the Company. Currently, Mr. Beasley oversees the operations of all radio stations. Mr. Beasley serves on the Board of Directors of the Radio Advertising Bureau. Mr. Beasley has a B.S. from East Carolina University. Mr. Beasley is the son of George G. Beasley and the brother of Caroline Beasley and Brian E. Beasley. Mr. Beasley’s qualifications for election to the Board of Directors include his extensive knowledge of the radio broadcast industry gained through his service at all levels of employment with our Company, from station sales manager to his current position as President and Chief Operating Officer.



Allen B. Shaw, age 66, has served as Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of Beasley Broadcast Group, Inc. since February 2001. Mr. Shaw also served as Co-Chief Operating Officer of the Company from February 2001 to January 2006. From 1990 to February 2001, Mr. Shaw was the President and Chief Executive Officer of Centennial Broadcasting and he resumed those positions with a new entity called Centennial Broadcasting, LLC effective October 1, 2004. Centennial Broadcasting, LLC currently owns 10 radio stations in Virginia. Mr. Shaw previously served as the Chief Operating Officer of the Company from 1985 to 1990. Mr. Shaw serves as a Director of the Library of American Broadcasting. Mr. Shaw’s qualifications for election to the Board of Directors include his extensive knowledge of the radio broadcast industry and significant executive management experience gained through 39 years as a senior executive and chief executive officer of radio broadcast companies.



Caroline Beasley, age 47, has served as Beasley Broadcast Group, Inc.’s Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer and Secretary since 1994 and as a Director since 1983. She joined the Company in 1983 and since that time has served in various capacities including Business Manager, Assistant Controller and Corporate Controller. Ms. Beasley serves on the Board of Directors and the Radio Executive Committee of the National Association of Broadcasters and on the Board of Directors of the Radio Music License Committee. Ms. Beasley has a B.S. from the University of North Carolina. Ms. Beasley is the daughter of George G. Beasley and the sister of Bruce G. Beasley and Brian E. Beasley. Ms. Beasley’s qualifications for election to the Board of Directors include her valuable financial expertise, gained through her experience in various capacities at the Company over the past twenty-seven years. Ms. Beasley also has gained valuable insight into the radio broadcast industry through her service on the Boards of the industry groups mentioned above.



Brian E. Beasley, age 50, has served as Beasley Broadcast Group, Inc.’s Vice President of Operations since 1997 and as a Director since 1982. He began his career in broadcasting during high school in 1977. He joined the Company full-time in 1982 as General Manager of the previously-owned cable TV division. In 1985, he became Senior Account Executive of a radio station and subsequently served as General Manager of numerous different radio stations. Mr. Beasley has served on the Board of Directors of the North Carolina Association of Broadcasters. Mr. Beasley has a B.S. from East Carolina University. Mr. Beasley is the son of George G. Beasley and the brother of Bruce G. Beasley and Caroline Beasley. Mr. Beasley’s qualifications for election to the Board of Directors include his valuable experience and knowledge of day-to-day operations at the Company. He has gained this experience by serving at all levels of our organization, from Account Executive to his current position as Vice President of Operations.



Joe B. Cox, age 70, has been a director of Beasley Broadcast Group, Inc. since February 2000. Mr. Cox is a partner at the law firm of Cox & Nici. Mr. Cox has practiced law for over 40 years, primarily in the tax, corporate and estate law areas. Mr. Cox is also a Director and a member of Audit Committee and Compensation Committee of the Bank of Florida Corp., a publicly held company. Mr. Cox’s qualifications for election to the Board of Directors include his extensive experience as an attorney practicing in the areas of tax, business transactions and estate law. He also has significant experience with audit and accounting matters, having served on the audit committee of this Company and the Bank of Florida.



Mark S. Fowler, age 68, has been a Director of Beasley Broadcast Group, Inc. since February 2000. Mr. Fowler served as a Director of TalkAmerica, Inc., a publicly held company until the company was sold in December 2006. Mr. Fowler also served as Chairman of AssureSat, Inc., a satellite services provider that he co-founded in 1997 until the company was dissolved in December 2004. Mr. Fowler was a communications counsel at the law firm of Latham & Watkins LLP from 1987 until 2000 and in that capacity practiced before the FCC. Mr. Fowler served as Chairman of the FCC from 1981 until 1987. Mr. Fowler’s qualifications for election to the Board of Directors include his extensive legal and regulatory knowledge gained through his past service as Chairman of the FCC and a lawyer specializing in communications law for more than twenty years. Mr. Fowler also brings with him his entrepreneurial experiences as a founder and board member of three start-up companies.



Herbert W. McCord, age 67, has been a Director of Beasley Broadcast Group, Inc. since May 2000. Mr. McCord currently is President of Granum Communications Corporation, a management consulting firm specializing in the radio industry, which he founded in 1996. Prior to starting Granum, Mr. McCord worked in the radio industry at the station and management levels for over 30 years. Mr. McCord served as a member of the Board of Trustees of the Radio Advertising Bureau for 25 years. Mr. McCord is the Chairman and majority shareholder of JMJ Broadcasting, Inc., a privately held company that owns KXGL-FM in Amarillo, TX and KTPK-FM in Topeka, KS. Mr. McCord’s qualifications for election to the Board of Directors include thirty years of experience in the radio broadcast industry, including valuable insights gained through his service as President of a management company specializing in the radio broadcast industry and his service on the boards of other entities.