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CMA announces radio nominees

Wednesday, September 3, 2014 – Finalists were announced on Wednesday for the Country Music Radio Awards.

Nominees are:

Small Market Personality of the Year
Barrett, Fox and Berry, KKNU
Craig Allen, WHWY
Dex and Mo Show, WUSY
Gator and The Styckman, WUSY
Scotty & Cara In The Morning, KCLR

Station of the Year, Small Market
KCLR
KKNU
WHWY
WKSF
WUSY

Medium Market Personality of the Year
97 Country Breakfast, WPCV
Buzz Jackson, KIIM
Electric Barnyard, WWYZ
Kevin Richards Show, WGNA
The Kat 103.7 , KXKT

Radio Station of the Year, Medium Market
KATM, Stockton, Calif.
KUZZ, Bakersfield, Calif.
KXKT, Omaha, Neb.
WKSJ, Mobile, Ala.
WQMX, Medina, Ohio

Large Market Personality of the Year
Chris Carr and Company, WUBE
FM 106.1 Morning Show with Karen and Scott, WMIL
Jim Deb and Kevin, WFMS
KJ and Friends with Randy and Jamie, KAJA
Lisa McKay, WQDR

Radio Station of the Year, Large Market
KAJA, San Antonio
WMIL Milwaukee
WQDR, Raleigh Durham
WUBE, Cincinnati
WWKA, Orlando

Major Market Personality of the Year
K102 Wakeup Crew, KEEY
Laurie Deyoung, WPOC
Michael J Show, WMZQ
Paul Schadt and Meg, WKKT
Q Morning Zoo, KKBQ
Razz on the Radio, WXTU

Radio Station of the Year, Major Market
CKRY, Calgary
KKBQ, Houston
KYGO, Denver
WIL, St. Louis
WKLB, Boston

National Broadcast Personality
The Big D and Bubba Show (Compass Media)
Country Countdown USA (Westwood One)
Zmax Racing Country (Performance Racing Network)

Awards will be announced on Nov. 5 during the CMA awards broadcast.

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