Tate Luck Starts Media Consulting Company

Radio programmer Tate Luck has started his own consulting company.

With over 20 years experience, Tate has helped stations grow their talent, brands and ratings. From Charlotte, Columbus, Nashville, Orlando and beyond many lives have been impacted through Tate’s unique abilities, experience and knowledge.

Tate says, “I believe that Christian radio is one of the most important media tools that we have to get the gospel out! I want to help stations be more effective in connecting with their audience and help grow listenership.”

Consulting services include areas like music selection, scheduling, research, talent coaching, and brand management and are scalable to the needs of the individual radio station.

“If the station needs a full-time consultant to help with all aspects a programming and social media, I’m ready to offer services and help strategize on the different ways to connect with your station’s core listener.”

To contact Tate, you may reach out to him at TateLuck@gmail.com or call 407-551-9552.

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