Blue Ridge Broadcasting Announces Changes

Blue Ridge Broadcasting (BRB)/The Light is excited to announce a new season that has begun for the ministry as it continues to seek to serve its listeners with original, impactful content focused on the hope of Christ. Like many other radio ministries on multiple frequencies, “106.9 the Light” has now changed to “The Light” across all Blue Ridge Broadcasting frequencies.

Carol Davis has moved from Program Director into the newly created position of Creative Director to lead the ministry’s efforts of developing unique podcasts, on-air and online features, and much more. As a result, Jon Wood has been named The Light’s new Program Director. Jon has served with the ministry for the past 10 years in various roles including his most recent position of Assistant Program Director. In addition, Keith Pittman’s role with the ministry has expanded from Content Manager to Technical and Content Manager. He’ll serve as a key part of the technical broadcast operations of the ministry. With Amanda Woods’ exit, Brian Fisher joins The Light team as the new Promotions Manager. He comes to BRB from Curtis Media Group’s High Country Radio in Boone, N.C. where he was serving as the Operations Manager for the cluster. After Mary Moore’s retirement and Jennifer Lassiter’s exit from our admin team, Lori Barr, former Operations Manager of To Every Nation Inc. DBA VivaKids, joins The Light as Data and Mail Processing Coordinator. Lastly, April Stephens, former on-site rep for AccuForce, joins The Light as Automated Donations and Mail Processor.

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January – Your 2021 Radio Goals – Virtual Event
March – Radio Station Field Trip
April – A Webinar for YOUR Board
May – Virtual Mentoring Event
June – SURPRISE BENEFIT at Momentum
July – Salary Survey Webinar
August – Fundraising Webinar
September – Creative Images
October – Techsurvey Webinar
November – Radio Station Field Trip
December – Virtual Christmas Party

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