Hurricane Sally made landfall near Gulf Shores, AL as a Category 2 storm and moved through the Florida Panhandle this morning.
WOWB/Brewton, AL (WOW Radio) serves the Pensacola and Florida Gulf Coast. Station manager Larry Steelman checks in with HisAir, “Right now we’ve lost power and internet at our studios. Our rural tower site is 70 miles north and roads/weather won’t allow for us to get there today. Know that the power and internet is out there too. We have a back up diesel generator but it is out of service and the repairman is/was scheduled to come out late next week. So not sure how long it will take to get back on the air — depends mainly on the 2 power companies repairing services.
Would appreciate prayers, as our Fall Fundraiser is scheduled to start next Tuesday. We have some concerns about losing part of the time to promote before hand. But we’re also use to Satan fighting us before and during fundraisers. But he’s a thief and liar. And we’ve seen so many times at the ministry the Lord making Romans 8:28 real for us. It’s never easy going through storms – no matter if it’s a hurricane or some other type – but we’re thankful the Lord is with us when we’re in one and He’s always takes us through them. But again, prayers for us would be appreciated as we’ve gone through Sally and having to deal with the aftermath now.”
WLAB/Fort Wayne (STAR 88.3) is moving “The Brant Hansen Show” to Morning Drive starting Monday October 12 airing from 6am-10am followed by the newly launched “Josh & Friends” from 10am-2pm hosted by Josh Raines. Josh & Friends will feature local well-known co-hosts and guests. Josh also serves as the station’s Director of Outreach.
TIM CARDASCIA is joining KRBG/Amarillo (Radio Grace) as Director of Marketing. Radio by Grace is a 72 station network based out of Grace Church in Amarillo, TX.
Tim’s previous Christian Radio experience includes Director of Development at KAMB/Merced, CA (Celebration Radio) and WBYN/Redding, PA (107.5 Alive).
WHPZ/South Bend (Pulse FM) received the Cardinal Award from Indiana Broadcasters Association for their 2019 cancer event, and they are finalists for another award in October.
Ryan Gagne 9 years at WYQQ/Worcester (Q90 FM)
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