Troy West Promoted to Program Director at KSBJ

KSBJ Educational Foundation has promoted Troy West to Program Director at 89.3 KSBJ.  West most recently served as KSBJ’s Assistant Programming Director.

“Troy is the standout among all of the candidates for this position,” shares Joe Paulo, President and GM of KSBJ Educational Foundation.  “He exhibits not only a passion for KSBJ’s mission and its talented programming staff, but he also possesses the right set of skills, experience, qualities and a dogged determination to further grow KSBJ’s amazing impact.  I’m super-excited to see the growth that is going to take place under his leadership!”

West’s radio history includes Station Manager and Program Director on JQ99.3 in Grand Rapids, Michigan.  Program Director of WAY FM in West Palm Beach, Florida.  Music Director of KFSB and KIXQ in Joplin, Missouri (Billboard Magazine National Music Director of the Year) and Program Director of KIKS in Iola, Kansas.

“I’m humbled to work in the same position as highly talented people that were KSBJ PD’s before like Ty McFarland, Susan O’Donnell, Chuck Pryor and Jon Hull,” shares West.  “Our Programming staff is stacked in every daypart with the brightest and most creative people in radio. I’m not sure I could have walked into a better circumstance.”

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