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Moody Radio Announces New Station Managers

(Chicago, Ill.—June 6, 2024) Moody Radio officially announced today new station managers for its station groups in central Indiana as well as west Michigan.

Jason Crosby: Former station manager of Moody Radio Quad Cities (WDLM), Jason Crosby, has been promoted to serve as station manager of Moody Radio Indiana (WGNR). In addition to leading the team that handles day-to-day operations for stations in Indianapolis (97.9 FM), Lafayette (89.9 FM), Kokomo (91.7 FM), Mitchell/Bloomington (88.1 FM) and Covington (90.3 FM), Crosby will cultivate relationships with listeners, churches, pastors and community leaders to enhance and strengthen Moody Radio’s visibility where Moody Radio is heard in Indiana. Previous to his role as station manager of Moody Radio Quad Cities (2013 to 2024), he also served as operations director and news director. Crosby takes over for Ray Hashley who was recently promoted to serve as director of Moody Radio. “I am humbled to build on the foundation God laid through Ray and the talented Moody Radio Indiana team,” said Crosby who is a graduate of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. “In a culture looking for hope in places that fail to deliver it, Moody Radio consistently brings the sure hope of the gospel to central Indiana and around the globe. Our mission and vision has not changed – we proclaim the good news of Jesus Christ and help listeners go deeper in their walk with Him. I am excited to continue doing that through compelling programs, Christ-centered music and engaging events in our community.”

Dodd Morris: Christian radio veteran Dodd Morris will serve as station manager of Moody Radio Grand Rapids. A familiar voice to listeners in Grand Rapids, Morris served as director of operations and the evening host at WCSG (91.3 FM) before coming to Moody Radio, and as a weekend anchor and producer of Mission Network News. He is also the founding director of His Kids Radio (now Keys for Kids Radio), where he served from 1988 to 2009. As he steps into this role to oversee WGNB (89.3 FM), he is taking over for Jack Haveman who served in that role since 2007. “WGNB has been greatly blessed under Jack’s guidance and direction,” said Morris who earned a bachelor of arts in Speech Communication and Mass Media as well as a master of science in Management. “I am excited to join the Moody Radio team in west Michigan to continue spreading the Gospel and deepening the faith of His followers through compelling content, community involvement and creative forms of delivery.” In addition to leading day-to-day operations of the station, Morris will also cultivate relationships with listeners, churches, pastors and community leaders to help enhance and strengthen Moody Radio’s visibility in waest Michigan.

About Moody Radio:

Moody Radio is one of the oldest Christian radio networks in the U.S., having aired its first broadcast in 1926 in Chicago. Respected as an industry leader and a trusted voice, Moody Radio has grown to include more than 69 full power stations and translators, seven digital channels, a podcast network, and more than 1,500 outlets that carry its programming, reaching millions of listeners through terrestrial stations and digital platforms in both English and Spanish. Moody Radio addresses today’s issues from a biblical worldview and helps listeners take the next step in their journey with Jesus Christ by creating and delivering practical and life-changing content. For more information about Moody Radio, please visit