New Faces at JOY FM and BOOST 101.9

99.1 JOY FM is pleased to welcome Justin Paul to St. Louis. Justin joins the team after spending 7 years honing his craft at the WAY-FM network. Program Director Mike Couchman says “Justin has a one of a kind way to approaching content. He’s forward thinking, and creative.” Paul will become part of the JOY-FM afternoon show team, and he’ll help create video content for JOY-FM. He says “JOY FM is a leader in this format. They have an amazing team that truly cares about St. Louis. Honestly, they don’t need anything I have to offer but I’m so honored they invite me in. Cohost Kim Underwood is a superstar and I can’t wait to join her on the mic.”

99.1 JOY-FM and BOOST 101.9/St. Louis have a new Marketing Director. Brandi Reichert joins the team after spending six years as Business Development Strategist for KMOV-TV, the local CBS affiliate. Brandi also brings a wealth of radio experience to her new role, having spent 15 years with CBS, Bonneville, and Sinclair properties in St. Louis. “I am so excited to be part of the JOY FM and BOOST family” says Brandi. “It is a true privilege to be able to put years of radio experience to work sharing the word of God and bringing encouragement and hope to the city of St. Louis! What a lucky girl to get to market joy and boost love in the STL!”

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