Joe Paulo Promoted to President and General Manager at KSBJ Educational Foundation

KSBJ Educational Foundation has promoted Joe Paulo to President and General Manager of 89.3 KSBJ and 91.7 NGEN Radio. Paulo most recently served as the Vice President of Operations, overseeing KSBJ and NGEN radio programming, marketing and promotions.

“The opportunity to share life-changing Hope in and around Houston has never been greater and I’m already so inspired by the passion and skills of our KSBJ/NGEN/Special Events/Ticket Servant team to do that every single day,” reflected Paulo. “I’m thankful for such a rich history of success and impact here over so many years and yet I also believe our best days are still to come. God has brought each of us here in His perfect timing to serve together as the Voice of Hope and I could not be more excited about the months and years ahead!”

Paulo’s radio history includes Director of Stewardship and Communication for Educational Media Foundation (K-LOVE and Air1). Before that, he called Columbia International University home for 20 years where he was the Director of Broadcasting, managing WRCM in Charlotte, NC (“New Life 91.9”) and WMHK in Columbia, SC. Joe also volunteered for eight years on the board of Christian Music Broadcasters and completed a three-year term in September as Chairman of the Board.

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