NEW MANAGER IN A DIFFERENT SEASON
Looking to the future and a new season of growth and serving the local community, Pulse 94.1, the Illawarra and Shoalhaven’s Christian Radio Station has a new station manager.
After 4 years of commuting from the Hills District in Sydney, previous station manager Aaron Wright has finished up his time at Pulse 94.1. Aaron has decided to work closer to home as content director for Hope 103.2.
“It is with much sadness that I leave behind the wonderful staff, volunteers, supporters and listeners of Pulse 94.1. It has been a great privilege and blessing to be able to serve the people of the Illawarra and Shoalhaven through this media ministry.
I have known Gavin Brett for over 9 years and worked closely with him on several successful radio and media projects. I look forward to seeing how this growing media ministry thrives under the experienced and strong leadership of Gavin and his team” says Aaron.
“Aaron has done a great job during his time at Pulse 94.1,” says Wayne Morris, Chairman of the Board of LIVING SOUND BROADCASTERS LTD. “And although he will be missed we welcome Gavin and look forward to his contribution to the station and the wider community.”
As of April 2020 Gavin Brett, who has 10 years in Christian Media and many more managing organisations at national levels, was welcomed by the board of LIVING SOUND BROADCASTERS LTD.
In 2016 Mr Brett established the Christian Media Hub to support regional Christian Community Radio Stations to improve their sustainability by providing services in revenue production, marketing, community engagement and expertise in the areas of programming, technical and content production.
“We are living in uncertain times, and I believe Pulse 94.1 is well-positioned to assist many in the community. Not only by broadcasting a message of hope to our listeners but also to help churches and businesses communicate how they are doing things differently during this season.
I consider it a privilege, and I’m very excited about the opportunities ahead for Pulse 94.1 – our best days as a station are still ahead.” Mr Brett said.