Andrea Jaxon Exits KLTY

After 20 years on air at KLTY/Dallas, Andrea Jaxon, host of Nightlight, is leaving the station.

“I’m eternally grateful for the opportunity the team at KLTY and Salem Media Group has given me for that last 20 years in Dallas and on a national level. It has been a dream come true and exceeded all expectations. To be a part of such a special station is more than anyone could ever ask for. This run has been a collective success! It’s because of the team at KLTY, Salem Music Network, our affiliates and the entire industry that have made it possible to see a show like Night Light reach heights no one could have ever predicted. That has been a joy to watch. I have to thank our affiliates for trusting us with your airwaves at night. No doubt, we will miss reaching your listeners! It’s always been my motto to work hard and stay out of God’s way, this will never change! I’m looking for to what He has already set in motion. The future is bright.” – Andrea Jaxson

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