Family Stations Inc. Welcomes Vance Dillard as Programming Director

Family Stations Inc.—the nationwide network focused on Biblical teaching and music—is excited to announce the hiring of Vance Dillard as Programming Director. “His expertise and guidance will align our programming with our mission in the most productive ways possible,” said Family Radio President, Tom Evans. 

Originally from Ohio, Vance began his radio career in 1967 at WNCO.

Of his new position, Vance said, “I cannot think of any better way to use my gifts and experience than to make a difference with this legendary, Christian-radio ministry.  I am honored to be joining Tom and the Family Radio team.” Vance studied at Ohio State University before beginning his fulltime radio career in 1970.  His first role as Programming Director was with WGLX in Galion, Ohio. Since that time, he has occupied programming director positions, in Ohio, Florida, Pennsylvania, Georgia, and Tennessee. 

Vance has successful experience in corporate brand management, having been responsible for a number of Clear Channel stations out of Atlanta. 

“Family Stations Inc. is thrilled to have Vance on our team as we seek to accomplish the Great Commission,” summed up Evans.

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