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Total Living Network Welcomes New General Manager

Greg BogdanThe Total Living Network has appointed Greg Bogdan as the new General Manager of TLN Broadcast/Cable Operations. 

Prior to his new appointment, Bogdan had already carried much of the responsibility associated with the title, but he operated as the Executive Director. He is now formally overseeing all aspects of the TLN team.

“I'm pleased that Greg has accepted this position and look forward to his continued relationship with TLN,” commented Total Living International President Jerry Rose.  “Greg has proven to be a hard worker with a strong commitment to TLN. He has a heart for ministry and has solid knowledge of the Christian television marketplace.”

According to TLN, Bogdan will provide resourceful leadership and management to the network and to KTLN as he oversees all broadcast/cable operations, broadcast/cable programming, production, on-air distribution, marketing, and donor relations.

Outside of TLN, Bogdan is actively involved in music ministry.

He currently lives in Plainfield, IL, with his wife and 10 children.

Published: January 16, 2014

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