Louisville Public Media has promoted WUOL(FM) Program Director and afternoon host Daniel Gilliam to director of radio. Gilliam will assume this new position effective immediately, and he will guide radio and audio production.
“I’m excited to start this new role and look forward to working with everyone on our core business of radio/audio, and most importantly serving our listeners and community with our three stations and the Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting,” Gilliam said.
He will oversee the programming and quality of sound across all three stations — WFPL(FM), WFPK(FM) and WUOL(FM) — as well as audio delivered through digital-only platforms, streams and other formats.
Gilliam is the producer and host of the award-winning series ���African American Voices,” a regular preconcert host for the Louisville Orchestra, and a music critic for Classical 90.5 and WFPL News. Gilliam also spent a couple years at Classical Minnesota Public Radio as PD and is known as a composer of art songs, orchestral, chamber and choral music.
Louisville Public Media is an independent, community supported not-for-profit corporation serving the metropolitan area with three public radio stations and a newly established investigative unit.