Moody Radio’s Vice President, Collin Lambert, Steps Down

After 15 years of service, Collin Lambert, Moody Radio’s Vice President is stepping down.



Collin has served at Moody Radio in various roles, beginning with the Promotions department and eventually being named Vice President in the fall of 2010. Moody’s Interim President and Senior Vice President of Media, Greg Thornton adds, “Under his leadership, the dedicated and talented staff of Moody Radio have helped us reach more listeners than ever before in our more than 90-year history. We are an industry leader and a trusted voice for more than a million listeners each week, and have grown to include more than 70 full power stations and translators, six Internet stations and more than 1,600 outlets that carry our programming. Please join me in thanking Collin for his godly leadership and daily dedication to seeing Moody Radio used mightily in the advancement of the gospel around the globe.”

Collin will continue to serve in his role for the next few weeks and Moody Radio’s search for a new Vice President is underway.

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