Todd Stach Exits The River and Joins WAY Media as Network PD

After spending 11 ½ years in various roles, CCO/Director of Programming, Todd Stach has resigned at WCVO-FM / Columbus, OH. His last day will be Friday, September 29th.  Effective October 1st, Todd will become the Network Program Director for WAY Media announces Chief Content Officer, Faron Dice.

“I am very excited to have Todd join our team,” says Dice. “His experience, programming knowledge, and passion are exactly what we have been looking for in someone to take the reins and lead our programming team!”

According to Stach, “My career began at WAY-FM Nashville as an intern.  Due to a series of God moments over the summer my career has now come full circle.  Amazing!  I’m humbled to begin serving alongside this talented team, organization and its listeners across America and around the world.”

He also adds about his time at The River, “It’s not every day when you get to be a part of something special; let alone 11 ½ amazing years. When teammates are more like friends and family it’s so difficult to leave. Yet, God works in ways where He sees the entire story even when you cannot. I’m so blessed and grateful to have worked with some of the brightest people in our industry. I’ll truly miss them and being a part of the work God is doing in Central Ohio.”

The River is searching for Todd’s replacement.  Find out more information here.

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