Daniel Wolfe names VP at Faith Broadcasting

By on May, 28 2014 with Comments 0

Broadcast vet Daniel Wolfe assumed the position of Vice President as well as general manager for WGAB-AM in Evansville, IN and WMTA-AM in Central City, KY.  For more than 10 years, Faith Broadcasting International, and founder Gayle Russ, have been broadcasting Christian Music locally and now worldwide online via their new live streaming app.

Daniel Wolfe’s tenure in broadcasting has been a distinguished one, beginning as an assistant to his father, Dr. David Wolfe, who pioneered the SONshine network in upstate New York. Following his father’s death in 2004, Dan managed the network for another 9 years, while concurrently establishing the Causeway Media Group, an advertising agency that services a number of stations and programs. “Law talk 5”, hosted by Attorney David Gibbs III is heard daily on upwards of 200 stations coast-to-coast; and “Making Finance Personal”, a weekly one-hour wealth management program hosted by members of Oak Partners, Inc., Crown Point, Indiana, can be heard in several large Midwestern markets.

From May 2007 until October 2012, Wolfe managed the Key Radio Network, which broadcasts throughout the South Chicago metro, the Calumet region of Northwest Indiana, and into central Illinois. Both FM stations were start-ups, launched with “a blank piece of paper, a construction permit and some fresh ideas for Christian radio,” according to Mr. Wolfe. As a compliment to the network, he established and managed Key Productions, which developed and aired 22 original programs over the network.

“Faith Broadcasting International listeners have high expectations, and I’m eager to try and surpass those expectations,” Wolfe said. “For 10 years and counting, this has been an exceptional radio operation – those familiar with Faith Music Missions know that everything here is done first class. I’m honored to play a part, and excited to see what God will accomplish in this partnership.”

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