Rory Feek Joins RFD-TV

Rory Feek Joins RFD-TV

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Rural Media Group is proud to announce that Rory Feek will be joining RFD-TV as Chief Creative Officer. In this new role, he will be responsible for developing and producing new music & entertainment, and rural lifestyle content for RFD-TV.

He joined founder, Patrick Gottsch, on Market Day Report to talk about his new role at the network.

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