PLG Announces New Addition to Promotions Team

Provident Label Group is proud and extremely excited to announce their latest addition to the PLG Radio Promotions team!


Lisa Keil comes to Provident from Spirit 105.9 in Austin, TX, where she has been working for the past 5 years and serves as Director of Marketing and Promotions. She is in attendance with the Provident radio team at CMB Momentum this week, and then will begin with Provident officially in the beginning of October, once she is relocated to Nashville.


“I could not be more excited to have Lisa coming on board! She has an amazing energy, plus she shares our team’s passion for Christian music and Christian Radio in particular.  It was important to me that we find someone who loves and understands our artists and songs, but is also deeply connected to radio and all that they do to serve their communities.  I know she will be a great fit for our team, our company and all the stations she works with going forward!” ~ Jeff Cruz, VP of National Promotions, Provident Label Group (division of Sony Music)

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March – Radio Station Field Trip
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May – Virtual Mentoring Event
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July – Salary Survey Webinar
August – Fundraising Webinar
September – Creative Images
October – Techsurvey Webinar
November – Radio Station Field Trip
December – Virtual Christmas Party

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