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February 2014 News

Voice FM prepares for an exciting year

  • Written by  Voice FM
Incoming General Manager Damien Johnson with wife Catherine. Photo: Provided

2104 is a new season for Toowoomba’s local Christian radio station as it prepares for unprecedented impact and growth in the city.

In preparation for this new season, recent changes at 92.9 Voice FM have involved engaging an external media consultant to advise and guide the station into the future, as well as developing an extensive strategic plan.

Along with these changes, the station has employed a full-time General Manager, Damien Johnson.

Previously a middle school teacher, and high school chaplain for three years, Damien has more recently worked as a breakfast producer and announcer at 96five in Brisbane.

“More importantly, his desire is to reach people that need hope, love and purpose,” said the Voice FM Board.

The community radio station has also released a new vision for the station – ‘to voice the life changing message of Jesus Christ, by providing pathways for the community to move closer to Him’.

“It is our desire to reach the city and motivate listeners to ‘move closer’ to Jesus through alive and active churches, ministries and outreaches that serve our city,” the Board said.

“We look forward to partnering with the community into the future.”

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