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WUBE wins Country Music Association’s Station of the Year

October 15, 2018

WUBE-FM received a phone call from Jason Aldean this morning, who informed The Big Dave Show that WUBE won Country Music Association’s Station of the Year – Large Market Category.

Listen to the call:

http://b105.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/Keeper-18-B105-Jason-Aldean-Calls-Us-for-CMA-Win.mp3

The station has received a nomination for this award 15 out of the last 20 years. B-105 also won the award in 1998, 2009, 2012 and 2016.

Touted as “Country Music’s Biggest Night,” the 52nd Annual CMA Awards Show will be broadcast live from Nashville on Wednesday, November 14, 2018.

The CMA Broadcast Awards are among the most prestigious awards given out in the field of Country Radio. The judging process involves more than 40 distinguished broadcasting professionals, who represent all market sizes and regions of the United States.

Judging was based on the overall sound of the station; community participation; ratings; the station’s impact on the country music industry nationally and locally; staff participation in local and national country events and organizations; and awards or accolades received by the station during the eligibility period.

“The entire WUBE staff is very humbled and honored with this award,” said Mike Fredrick, Vice President / Market Manager of Hubbard Cincinnati. “Our goal every day of the year is to entertain our listeners. This is wonderful recognition for everyone’s hard work!”

“I am so proud of this staff!” added Patti Marshall, Operations Manager of Hubbard Cincinnati. “This award represent the passion they all have for country music and our listeners.”

“It’s a tremendous honor to be recognized for this award from the Country Music Association,” said Grover Collins, WUBE Program Director. “This is truly a team win!”

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