Randy Chase Named Director Of Programming For K-LOVE And Air1 by Merge PR on 2014-03-04 09:57:15
Rocklin, Calif – March 4, 2014 – Randy Chase has just been named Director of Programming for K-LOVE and Air1 Radio Network. Chase was previously Program Director for Air1.
Last summer Chase came to the Air1 Radio Network as Program Director with more than 25 years of experience across multiple formats including country, classic rock, talk, AC, oldies and sports talk. He was previously with Cox Media Group handling all of their country formats around the nation. Radio Ink also named him on the Top Country Program Directors list in 2012.
“I am thrilled to move into this new role with the K-LOVE and Air1 radio networks,” said Chase. “As we continue to expand and offer millions of listeners each day a relationship with Jesus Christ, I look forward to leading a team of great air personalities and delivering the best music and content from coast to coast.”
K-LOVE & Air1 Chief Creative Officer, David Pierce, shares, “I’m excited for Randy to grow in his leadership for K-LOVE & Air1. “He leads a team of people who have a heart for God and are creating amazing content every day. Great things are in store for this team and these brands.”
About K-LOVE: K-LOVE plays positive, encouraging contemporary Christian music with a message designed to draw people toward an authentic relationship with God while living out real life in the real world. The radio network has 446 signals in 47 states with an estimated weekly audience of 14 million. Now with their first-ever Fan Awards, their mission is to create a unique and fun fan experience that celebrates and promotes artists, athletes, authors and entertainers, who, with excellence, engage and impact popular culture for Jesus Christ. For more information, visit: www.klove.com.
About Air1: Air1 is a non-profit, listener-supported Christian CHR radio network heard by over 3 million people each week in cities including Los Angeles, Houston, Seattle-Tacoma, Phoenix, Portland, Riverside, and Sacramento. For more information, visit: www.air1.com.
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