KSBJ Welcomes Shawn Farrington as Director of Digital Content

KSBJ Educational Foundation is excited to announce that Shawn Farrington has accepted the position Director of Digital Content at KSBJ Educational Foundation.

“This is a very important area of growth for KSBJ and NGEN over the next several years and Shawn’s experience, skills and passion for our mission are a perfect match to lead this area,” shares Joe Paulo, President and CEO for KSBJ. “He knows how to effectively communicate purposeful content to a digital audience and I’m excited to have him join our amazing team.”

Shawn’s radio history includes nearly two decades at the K-LOVE & Air1 media networks. There he had the opportunity to create content and tell stories that have ignited hope in millions on both radio and digital platforms.

Farrington adds, “What can I say about KSBJ and NGEN? They’re an amazing team, with incredible hearts, working to LOVE one of America’s biggest cities. In this role, I’m looking forward to developing content that will inspire Houstonians (and beyond) to grow even closer to Jesus!”


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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