Steve Tuzeneu Named New GM/Chief Engineer at WIHS 104.9 FM

MIDDLETOWN, CT (6/30/20)—Connecticut Radio Fellowship has appointed Steve Tuzeneu to be the new General Manager / Chief Engineer of WIHS 104.9 FM Christian radio beginning on July 15.

Tuzeneu brings over 45 years of diverse radio station experience, from announcing to engineering to management. His career is coming full circle, because he worked for WIHS from 1985-1991 when the station was located in downtown Middletown.

Tuzeneu grew up in central New Jersey. Over the decades, he has held staff positions at faith-based radio stations in Colorado, Connecticut, Kansas, Massachusetts, New Jersey, North Carolina, Virginia and Wisconsin. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Broadcasting / Business Administration from John Brown University. He is a Certified Broadcast Technologist with the Society of Broadcast Engineers, holds an FCC General Class Radio Engineering License and an Extra Class Amateur Radio License.

Located at 1933 South Main Street, Connecticut Radio Fellowship is a non-profit organization that operates WIHS, a live and local, Christian radio station that broadcasts a mix of music, programs, news and local features.

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