Matt Ingle Exits All Access and Paul Goldsmith is Announced as New Contemporary Christian Editor

All Access has announced that Matt Ingle, who is the Contemporary Christian Editor, is exiting after two years. His last day will be this Friday, Sept. 25th. Ingle will be focusing on his radio promotion company along with the launch of his indie record label, Aesthetyk.

Paul Goldsmith will be joining All Access to take over the Contemporary Christian Editor’s post, effective Friday, Sept. 25th. Paul has over 20 years in the business and owns his own consulting company, Goldsmith Media Group. He also co-founded and serves as Chief Business Officer at Vidare Creative, a full-service fundraising agency for nonprofit organizations.

All Access Pres./Publisher Joel Denver noted, “I want to thanks Matt for all of the success and growth that he’s brought to All Access in our Contemporary Christian section. His hard work and belief in radio and the music has paid off. I know that he will be equally successful with his new label, Aesthetyk.  We all look for big things from him and his growing roster. Much love and success to you, Matt.”

“I am also so pleased and excited to have Paul joining our All Access Family to continue the great work that Matt’s done and grow our Contemporary Christian impact exponentially as our new All Access Contemporary Christian Editor. He’s got the knowledge and deep relationships to make things happen and very creative mind.”

Ingle said, “I’m entirely stoked for both Paul and All Access in this new season. He’s an innovator, an astute marketing mind and has established himself as one of CCM radio’s most respected and outspoken rising stars. He’s the perfect fit for this role with All Access.”

Goldsmith added, “I’m grateful to Matt Ingle for championing Contemporary Christian music and radio to the industry at large and am honored to pick up that mantle. All Access is the one-stop shop for all things radio and I’m excited to join this team of professionals who love radio as much as I do.”

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