CRB opens nominations for DJ and Radio Hall of Fame

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Country Radio Broadcasters Inc. (CRB) announced that it is now accepting nominations for the 2011 Country Music DJ and Radio Hall of Fame. The winners will be honored next March at a dinner and ceremony in Nashville.


“Through the years, Country radio has been blessed with many talented and dedicated professionals who genuinely care about the music they play, their audiences and their communities,” says CRB Hall of Fame Chairman Charlie Morgan.  “One of the many things that Country Radio Broadcasters is committed to doing is recognizing the contributions of these wonderful broadcasters.”

Nominations can be submitted at CRB.org. Country Radio Broadcasters will provide each nominee with an official application, which must be returned to the CRB offices by Friday, September 10, 2010.  Nominees may include air-checks, press clippings, awards listings and other materials with their applications for consideration.  Applications should be returned to the CRB offices in Nashville.

Nominees cannot be current members of the Board or Agenda Committee of Country Radio Broadcasters Inc.  A voting committee of Country radio and industry veterans determines the 2011 Country Music DJ and Radio Hall of Fame inductees.

The 2011 Country Music DJ and Radio Hall of Fame Dinner and Ceremony will be Tuesday, March 1, 2011, at the Nashville Convention Center.

Country Music DJ Hall of Fame Criteria:

Must have at least a 20 year on-air career in radio, minimum of 15 in the Country format.

Significant contributions to the growth and development in the Country radio industry and ongoing contributions to the preservation and enhancement of Country music as an art form.

Country Radio Hall of Fame criteria:

Must have at least a 20 year career in radio, minimum of 15 in the Country format.

Significant contributions to the growth and development of the Country radio industry and ongoing contributions to the preservation and enhancement of Country music as an art form.

CRB is non-profit organization founded in 1969 to bring radio broadcasters from around the world together with the Country Music Industry to ensure the vitality of the Country Radio format. 


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