Rick Hall Joins Moody Radio as Manager of Digital Radio

(Chicago—July 11, 2019) Moody Radio announced today that Rick Hall has joined Moody Radio as manager of digital radio. Hall is responsible for the ongoing daily operation, scheduling, growth and outreach of Moody Radio’s online stations (Praise and Worship, Urban Praise, Radio Moody, Proclaim and Majesty).

Since 2014, Hall worked as program director and morning show personality of Christian AC Star 99.1. In this role, he was responsible for the programming operation and the morning show of top rated Star 99.1 WAWZ-FM/New York, in the nation’s No. 1 market. During his near 20-year broadcasting career, he has worked as program director for Northwestern Media in Eastern Iowa, and assistant program director of the SOS Radio Network in Las Vegas. He also worked as on-air personality for Entercom’s US99.5 and Fresh 105.9 in Chicago, and music director at The Fish in Milwaukee. Hall has a passion for growing talent and works coast to coast with numerous stations in the Contemporary Christian format as a talent mentor and a remote voice tracker. In 2014, he was awarded the illustrious “30 Under 30” award from Edison Research. He and his wife, Sarah, are Chicagoland natives and have a daughter, June, and a son, Marshall.


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