The Family Radio Network Inc. Welcomes Glenn Goodwin

The Family Radio Network, Inc. is pleased to welcome Glenn Goodwin as the organization’s Network Production Director.

Glenn is a native of Kansas City (Go Chiefs), where he began his radio career in 2000. His 20+ years in radio, include stints with K-LOVE/Air 1 in Kansas City, WAY-FM in Louisville, and a few others.

He and his wife are relocating from Tennessee to Wisconsin (Go Packers), where Glenn has been hosting a successful mainstream morning show for the past 2+ years. He says he is “excited to get back to Christian Radio, where I feel so at home and can fulfill my radio calling while helping to further the Kingdom.”

When Glenn is not working, he and his wife enjoy spending time together watching a good movie and true crime shows, or going to auctions to find hidden treasures. Together, they have 5 children ranging in age from 14 to 25.

You can reach out to Glenn at glenng@thefamily.net.

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