Clear Channel Entertainment has promoted David Anderson to president/COO of theatrical North America. He was president of North American theatrical real estate. Anderson will be succeeded in the latte

Clear Channel Entertainment has promoted David Anderson to president/COO of theatrical North America. He was president of North American theatrical real estate. Anderson will be succeeded in the latter position by Dominic Roncace, who is elevated from COO of music.

Both executives remain based in New York. In their new positions, Anderson will report to CCE CEO of theatrical North America Scott Zeiger, while Roncace will report to Anderson.

CCE's North American theatrical division owns and/or operates several live-entertainment venues, including the Ford Center for the Performing Arts in New York and Chicago; Warner Theater in Washington, D.C.; and Chicago's Shubert and Cadillac Palace theatres. The company's theatrical division also produces several Broadway musicals, including "Hairspray," "Movin' Out," "The Producers," "La Cage Aux Folles," "All Shook Up" and "Fiddler on the Roof."

Anderson was president of Houston-based Theatre Management Group from 1988 to 2000, when the company was purchased by SFX Entertainment, which was later acquired by CCE. Anderson's most recent accomplishments at CCE include overseeing the redevelopment of the Boston Opera House and the Baltimore France-Merrick Performance Arts Center.

Prior to joining CCE, Roncace was SFX executive VP of operations, Northeast region. He was also an executive at Pace Entertainment and Blockbuster Entertainment's amphitheatre division.