90.3 WBCL Fort Wayne Announce New Hire

90.3 WBCL FORT WAYNE, IN – WBCL is excited to announce new hire Minda Heindel as Graphic Design and Social Media Coordinator.

Before working for WBCL, Minda was Art Director at WPTA in Fort Wayne, IN whose stations include ABC, NBC, MyTV and the CW. Previous to WPTA she worked at DH Productions In Dayton, OH as a Motion and Graphic designer.

Minda graduated with an Applied Business Degree in Advertising Art from The Modern College of Design in 2016.

Minda says, “I am thrilled to work with the wonderful people at WBCL! I feel blessed that my gifts are now being used to glorify God. I have listened to WBCL since I was very little, so it seems surreal to be working behind the scenes now.”

WBCL is a listener-supported, not-for-profit Christian media network owned by Taylor University. The network broadcasts 24/7 at 90.3 FM in Fort Wayne and northeast Indiana; at 89.5 FM in northwest Ohio and southern, lower Michigan; at 88.1 FM in west central Ohio; at 94.7 FM in south central Michigan and northern Indiana; at 106.1 FM in Muncie; at 89.7 FM in Upland, IN; at 97.7 FM in Adrian, MI; at 101.3 in Marion; at 99.5 in Findlay; 88.9 Toledo; online streams at WBCL.org and via the WBCL app.

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