BA, University of Colorado at Boulder.
President, AOL Interactive Services.
Started as a radio ad salesman in San Francisco in 1974; co-founded Evergreen Media in 1988, which merged with Chancellor Media in 1997. That company morphed into AMFM Inc. in 1999 and was sold to Clear Channel Communications in 2000. Retired from radio the same year.
The Deacon, acquired as a college hockey star. Refers to "deking," a move where the player fakes out his opponents by pretending to go in one direction and zipping in another.
When New York's WKTU hit No. 1 in 1996, de Castro and a staffer jumped into the Hudson River to make good on a bet with the staff.
Teaches an oversubscribed spin aerobics class every Sunday morning in the Chicago suburbs.
Married, one son, two daughters.