He manages daily operations of Studio One, the company's Atlanta-based digital & video production facility and renders direct oversight to video content objectives for Radio One's Atlanta cluster of four radio station brands (Hot 107.9, Majic 107.5/97.5, Praise 102.5 and Classix 102.9) and four nationally-syndicated radio programs including the Rickey Smiley Morning Show & the Ed Lover Morning Show.
He spearheaded video and digital campaigns for Ciroc, Xfinity, Tanqueray and St. Jude's Children's Hospital. He also oversaw video and digital content strategy for the company's biggest concert events including Praise in the Park and Birthday Bash.
Previously, he served as Content Curator for Internet television startup Pluto TV where he oversaw the programming strategy of 10 television channels including the launch of five new television channels such as Tastemade, Pluto Movies and The Asylum.
Martin also previously served as Director of Communications and Marketing for the District of Columbia government's Office of Cable Television, Film, Music and Entertainment under Mayor Muriel Bowser and as First Vice President of the Capital Press Club.
Other positions Martin has held include serving as online editor for Radio One's Washington, DC market, which includes top-10 stations WKYS 93.9 FM and Majic 102.3 FM. Under his watch, the market's website traffic increased over 200% and social media presence for his associated radio station properties grew 500%.
The Fresno, California native has consulted for such clients as DC mayor Murial Bowser, radio personality EZ Street and the National Coalition on Black Civic Participation on digital strategy and video projects. He also produced content for Theurbandaily.com, Newsone.com and The Washington Post.
Prior to Radio One, Martin was the national correspondent for the NNPA News Service, the national newswire for over 200 Black and community newspapers.
Martin is a 2009-2010 NNPA/AARP fellow. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism from the Howard University John H. Johnson School of Communications, where he was twice nominated for a Hearst Award for feature writing.