Pillar Ministries’ Doubles Down on The Brant Hansen Show

STAR 99.1 (WAWZ/New York) has added the Brant Hansen Show to evenings (7-11pm) starting today (Wednesday, August 12).

The show has been winning mornings on Pillar’s STAR 93.3 (WAKW/Cincinnati) for the past 5 years. Announcing the addition, Pillar Director of Broadcasting Art Garza said, “In 2015, when Star 93.3 in Cincinnati began to look for a show that would entertain, but express the love of Jesus in a very real and authentic way, we found The Brant Hansen Show. The Brant Hansen show has delivered on so many levels! Adding The Brant Hansen Show was one of the best decisions we’ve ever made. So it’s no surprise that we’re now adding The Brant Hansen Show to Star 99.1 New York/New Jersey as well! We are confident that this will make a significant impact on our region.”

Matt Stockman, STAR 99.1 Director Of Programming added, “We’re thrilled to have Brant and Sherri as a part of the on-air line-up on STAR 99.1. The fun, joy, and hope they bring to the radio every day is just what listeners in NJ and NY need, and I believe that Brant and Sherri will play a key role in helping to introduce new listeners to the station, and more importantly to Jesus, as we grow.”

“We are very, very thankful to get to do this. It’s a great market and a great station,” Brant says. “Especially in the last months, people there have been through so much. I’m asking God to help us be a blessing to people there, voices of peace and real joy in the midst of a lot of change and anxiety.”

The Brant Hansen Show is custom formatted for stations and made available for any day part via the SmartRadio Suite.

For more information, contact Paul Tipton (ptipton@christianfm.com).

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