Bio

My Name is Joe Wills and just to give you a little bit of my history…I started at a company call MJI Broadcasting in 1996 as a Pre-Production Assistant, editing sound bites that were used in their various music news services. In 1998 I was promoted to Producer/Writer, working on short and long form shows — including Brunch with Roberta Flack — in some markets it was also branded as Robert and Friends. In 1999 I joined a company called eYada.com as their Morning and Mid-day Producer. eYada was a pioneer as the first internet based talk-radio station. Unfortunately, the technology was not quite ready for the concept as broadband wireless internet was not yet widely accessible, and the company began to dismantle in early 2001. At that time I went back to MJI, which had merged with Premiere Radio Networks. I worked on the specialized radio prep service called Decade in a Box-The 70s (which provided all sorts of content allowing a station to run a 70s themed program). In early 2002 I was promoted to the position of the writer and producer of a newly created country countdown show called Ben and Brian’s Big Top 20 Countdown. I remained in that role until I moved to Sony Music Nashville in February of 2007. As the Manager of Radio Production at Sony, I created and produced content involving Sony’s country artists, including Kenny Chesney, Carrie Underwood, Brad Paisley, Martina McBride, Brooks & Dunn, Miranda Lambert, Chris Young, Sara Evans, Jake Owen, Cam, Luke Combs, Maren Morris, Kane Brown and many more. In December of 2017, I started my own company, Production Content, Inc, and created the role of an Audio Publicist. Working with artists and labels I create content for Country Music Prep. Along with the news oriented content, I also write and produce radio specials, commercials and other various audio features for artists and labels.