KSBJ Welcomes Drew Wilson as Assistant Program Director

KSBJ Educational Foundation is excited to announce that Drew Wilson will return to Houston as the Assistant Program Director at 89.3 KSBJ. Wilson most recently served as WAYFM’s Operation Director.

“I’m excited to have Drew on board as KSBJ’s APD,” shares Troy West, Program Director for KSBJ. “Drew has incredible managerial experience and was instrumental in launching 91.7 NGEN Radio’s new signal 2 years ago. He’s a creative, forward thinking pro who can help move KSBJ into the future.”

Wilson began his radio career with KSWP in Lufkin, TX. Then in 2010 was a part of the NGEN launch in Houston, TX where he eventually became the PD/MD for the station. Most recently he was the Operations Director for WAYFM Nashville.

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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