All Access Announces New Contemporary Christian Editor

ALL ACCESS has announced that Matt Ingle, President of Ingle Promotions, will be their new Contemporary Christian Editor. Ingle will also continue to run Ingle Promotions in addition to his new post at ALL ACCESS.

Ingle is replacing outgoing Contemporary Christian Editor Mark Giles who is going to devote his full attention to his radio career as GM at Radio Training Network/WIZB (THE JOY FM 94.3)/Dothan, AL.

ALL ACCESS Pres./Publisher Joel Denver said, “Bringing in someone dynamic like Matt to continue Mark’s wonderful work to run our ALL ACCESS Contemporary Christian section is a real bonus.  Matt has a sharp mind and a deep passion for Contemporary Christian music and radio and will do a spectacular job in winning over new friends and readers for ALL ACCESS in this fast-growing format filled with great recording artists and talented radio execs and programmers.”

Ingle added, “I’d been keeping my eyes open for new opportunities as a writer and news-bringer to the Christian music industry for years. So the timing of stepping into the editor position of the ALL ACCESS Contemporary Christian section made the decision a no-brainer. I’m honored to be a part of an excellent team at ALL ACCESS and thrilled to continue the company’s effort to serve as a reliable, consistent source of content and inspiration for Christian radio programmers.”

Denver added, “My thanks to Mark for being a wonderful part of the ALL ACCESS family for the better part of five years.  He’s done an excellent job in advancing the ALL ACCESS footprint in the Contemporary Christian radio and music communities.  I am happy to report that Mark will still be around – he has agreed to stay with us as a contributing author of his very popular weekly column, The Bully Pulpit, from time to time.”

Matt can be reached at mingle@allaccess.com, at his office (574) 520-1976 or his cell (615) 714-8430.

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