WAY-FM Charleston Station Manager Brian Driver Promoted to General Manager

WAY-FM Chief Operating Officer Lloyd Parker has announced that current Charleston Station Manager Brian Driver has been named general manager over the WAY-FM properties in South Carolina.

Brian commented, “31 years ago as a 15 year old in Dallas getting started in radio, I could have never imagined I would have the opportunity that I now have today. I have been honored to work for WAY-FM in every facet that I have since day one and could not have gotten as much accomplished in Charleston without the help and leadership of Jim Marshall.  To now be the General Manager of WAY-FM Charleston, in such an incredible ministry, is an absolute honor and a blessing that I could not have imagined.”

Southeast Regional Manager Jim Marshall added, “Brian has proven his value in the Charleston market and in our organization as a whole.  I’ve been impressed with his willingness to serve, his understanding of the medium of radio, and his heart for the ministry.  I’m so happy to have him as a part of the WAY-FM team, and thrilled to see him advance as he has.”

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