from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A radio or television station director who is responsible for selecting, planning, and scheduling programs.
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The name was suggested by Dr. Jonathan Ellerbe, spiritual program director at Canyon Ranch and author of Return to the Sacred.
Carrie Kennedy, the corporate program director at Canyon Ranch, for her unfailing support and encouragement and for the mani -festations of our synchronous connections that continually remind us that much more is going on here than meets the eye.
In East Prairie, Mo., kids who may have skipped the meal from time to time are coming every day, said Lester Gillespie, youth program director at the Susanna Wesley Family Learning
On a bright spring afternoon, I stood outside on the front porch with Eugene Moy, a program director for the society and a wonderful raconteur.
Terry Arnold, the senior program director at the most popular radio station in the city, WCHB, was on the line.
Jonathan Ellerby, PhD, spiritual program director at Canyon Ranch, my younger spiritual brother, who published his first book, Return to the Sacred, as this book was being written, and who made me an honorary uncle to his “little Buddha” Narayan, helps to remind me that this work is especially for the children.
Then, suddenly, as if something sparked her memory, my wife uttered, “Oh yeah, by the way, don’t forget that the program director at the radio station WCHB wants to talk to you about hosting a new show.”