Steve Green named WAY-FM Louisville Station Manager

(Colorado Springs, CO) Chief Operating Officer Lloyd Parker has announced that Steve Green has been named WAY-FM Louisville Station Manager. Green was most recently General Manager of East Texas Results Media’s 8 station cluster in Tyler, TX. He has also served as General Manager for J103/Chattanooga, WDJC/Birmingham, and the Salem/Louisville cluster between 2006-2008. 

 Green noted, “I grew up with a transistor radio and knew when God clearly called me into Christian radio in the early 80’s. My family and I are excited to return to Louisville with WAY-FM and make a difference in the lives of others. And finally… Skyline Chili again!”  Steve and his wife Shelly have been married 28 years and have a 17 year old son named Luke. 

WAY-FM Mid-South Regional Manager Tim Dukes added, “It’s been great getting to know Steve, his passion for media, and his heart for ministry. He is uniquely qualified to lead our team and operations in Kentuckiana.”

WAY-FM (part of WAY Media, Inc.) reaches into over 50 communities on FM signals in 26 states. WAY-FM owns and operates stations in many top 100 markets including Dallas-Ft. Worth, Denver, Portland, Nashville, West Palm Beach, Louisville, Ft. Myers and Huntsville. For more information, visit

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