WCVO-FM Shares Key Changes

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March 22, 2017

WCVO-FM SHARES KEY CHANGES

2017 comes with several key changes and investments into our family of stations. Hit Music Research now provides bi-monthly current music research. Goodratings helped us conduct an auditorium music test in late January.

Eric Faulds and Laura Chase are now devoted exclusively to building an excellent morning show with the help of Tate Luck.

Laura Lee now hosts the weeknight edition of Keep the Faith.

Josh Hooper continues in his role as Creative Services Director, as well as adds Program Director of WCVO HD2 – www.TheVibeHD.com and WCVO HD3 – www.oRockHD.com , and invites a co-host to afternoon drive.

Hailey Reid leaves the Community Impact Team to join Josh Hooper on afternoons, as well as, beginning in a new role as Programming Assistant.

John Blaze joins the team part-time as Assistant PD/Production for TheVibeHD and oRockHD. #BlazeCertified

Brittany James takes on the full responsibility of Community Impact Director and Mitchell Wilson also takes on more responsibility on the CI Team.

Mary O’Brien continues in middays and now heads up the Community Outreach Team planning service opportunities and meeting many tangible needs in our community.

In March, we unleashed an aggressive year round marketing campaign for all of our formats. Finally, we’re freshening up our station jingles and logos very soon.

“This is an amazing team committed to serving. It’s very exciting to see women and Millennials step into key leadership roles as well. 2017 will be defined as our most aggressive community outreach and marketing campaigns ever, spreading hope and the love of Jesus to thousands.” ~ Todd Stach, CCO/Director of Programming

Parent company River Radio Ministries has been serving Central Ohio since 1972 by making a positive difference in the community through encouraging connections and sharing the hope of Jesus.

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