KSBJ and NGEN Radio Welcome Matt Hahn as Chief Content Officer

HOUSTON (December 12, 2018) – KSBJ Educational Foundation is thrilled to announce that Matt Hahn has accepted the position of Chief Content Officer at KSBJ Educational Foundation.

“Matt possesses the ingredients we’ve been looking for in this role: leadership, creativity, qualified experience and passion for the mission we are on, just to name a few.” Joe Paulo, President and CEO for KSBJ shares, “I am thrilled he is joining our team at such an important time in the growth of KSBJ as I truly believe our best days are yet to come.”

Matt’s radio history includes General Manager/Regional Manager for WAY-FM Louisville/Nashville and Vice President of Operations for The River in Columbus, OH. Most recently he was the Mid-South Regional Manager for WAY-FM Media Group, Inc.

Hahn adds, “I’m honored to join the KSBJ/NGEN family! God has been doing some amazing things in our journey to KSBJ. I’m so grateful for this incredible opportunity to serve this ministry and can’t wait to see what God is going to do in the months and years to come!”

About KSBJ
For over 35 years, KSBJ has been Houston’s voice of Hope connecting people to God through contemporary music, prayer, community outreach and events.  KSBJ is a non-profit ministry supported by listeners and is led by a diverse board of directors from across the greater Houston area.  KSBJ can be heard online at KSBJ.org, through the KSBJ app, on 89.3 FM (North/East of Downtown Houston) and 96.9 FM (South/West of Downtown Houston).  For more information, visit KSBJ.org.

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