Christian FM Adds Eric Allen to Weekday Line-up

Christian FM has added Eric Allen to its daily syndicated line-up, making his show available immediately to 24/7 affiliates and via FTP for other individual stations.

Allen, a veteran of K-LOVE/network, Air1/network, and WONU/Chicago has been a part of the Christian FM weekend line-up for the past year while finishing his masters work in counseling from Huntington University.

Allen stated, “While I was never far from radio the last couple years, as I was voice-tracking and fundraising, the break from full-time radio was very refreshing and healing for me (I highly recommend it). I’ll always aim to do a fun show, but my work in counseling has been eye-opening into what really matters to people. The hope is to do a show that is both fun and truly meaningful for the listener.”

Christian FM President Jon Hamilton stated, “Eric is such a genuine talent that connects, we are honored to be able to bring his show back to daily radio. He joins Brant Hansen & Sherri Lynn, Amanda Caroll, and Doug Hannah in providing compelling and customizable daily shows to help local Christian radio stations compete.”

For more information about how you can add Eric Allen to your station, visit or contact Christian FM’s senior programming advisor Paul Goldsmith at 312-772-6781 or

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