Brighter Media Group Announces New General Sales Manager

Baltimore, MD — Steve Lawhon, General Manager of Brighter Media Group, announces the promotion of Ashley Beach to General Sales Manager.

“I’m happy to make this announcement. Ashley’s forward-thinking and her client and agency experience and managerial skills are perfect for this position,” states Steve Lawhon, General Manager of Brighter Media Group.

Ashley Beach has been on staff at Brighter Media Group for seven years starting as an Account Executive, and then holding Local and National Sales manager positions. “We have an incredible community of listeners and business partners. I’m thrilled to work with the BMG team in this capacity and bring new, exciting opportunities to connect them,” says Beach. She will manage the radio and digital sales solutions for Brighter Media Group’s 95.1 SHINE-FM, BRIGHT-FM HD2, AM1230 WRBS, and 48Live Productions.


Brighter Media Group is the media division of Peter and John Radio Fellowship, Inc., a not-for-profit religious organization founded in 1948, home to 95.1 SHINE-FM, BRIGHT-FM HD2, AM1230 WRBS, and 48Live Productions.

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