Joseph M. Field founded Entercom Communications Corp. in 1968 and has been its Chairman since 1968. Mr. Field served as Chief Executive Officer at Entercom Communications Corp. from 1968 to May 3, 2002 and its President from 1968 to September 1998. Before entering the broadcasting business, he practiced law for 14 years in New York (including service as an Assistant United States Attorney) and Philadelphia. He serves as a Director of The Philadelphia Orchestra Association, the Curtis Institute of Music, The Mary Louise Curtis Bok Foundation, the Settlement Music School, the American Interfaith Institute, the National Liberty Museum, the Jewish Education and Vocational Service (JEVS), and the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society. Mr. Field served as a Director of the National Association of Broadcasters from1992 to 1996. Mr. Field holds a B.A from the University of Pennsylvania and an LL.B. from Yale Law School.