EMF CEO Mike Novak Announces Retirement

June 1, 2018

Mike Novak, CEO of Educational Media Foundation, the nation’s largest non-commercial contemporary Christian radio group, has announced his retirement in the coming months. As of February, the company’s national Christian AC “K-Love” format has 558 stations in all 50 states and contemporary Christian Air1 network has 283 outlets in 44 states.

Read more at: http://www.insideradio.com/free/emf-ceo-mike-novak-announces-retirement/article_87731da8-65a4-11e8-8d30-33d286b147a7.html

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