WEEC/WFCJ Dayton-Columbus-Cincinnati Names Daryl Pierce as Program Director

WEEC/WFCJ Dayton-Columbus-Cincinnati has named Daryl Pierce as Program Director.

“Daryl has the programming skills and knowledge that will help guide our two stations in our mission to serve our local community with passion and excellence. We are extremely fortunate to have him join our executive team in this leadership role,” remarked Strong Tower Christian Media President and CEO Tracy Figley.

Daryl’s radio career is rooted in the Ohio Miami Valley. He has served as WEEC/WFCJ Music Director for the last four years, Music/Production Director and afternoon personality at WAKW-Cincinnati for over 15 years as well as two years Program Director. He started his radio career at Mount Vernon Nazarene University.

Pierce comments “Life is mostly about revealing God and His character to people who need Him. That’s all of us! I am grateful to be a part of this opportunity”.

Interim Program Director Vance Dillard will assist in transition logistics and continue his new media freelance ministry from Nashville, Tennessee.

For further information contact Tracy Figley 937-424-1642


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