First Round of 2017 CMA Awards Announced for Radio Stations and Personalities

First Round of 2017 CMA Awards Announced for Radio Stations and Personalities

The Country Music Association announced its first round of winners for 2017 CMA Awards, which included top honors for radio stations and radio personalities.

Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley will team up for the 10th time to co-host the upcoming CMA Awards, which will air live from Bridgestone Arena in Nashville on Wednesday, Nov. 8, 8-11 p.m. ET on ABC.

Check out the list of winners below.

CMA SMALL MARKET BROADCAST PERSONALITY OF THE YEAR

  • “Officer Don and DeAnn” with Don Evans and DeAnn Stephens on WBUL, Lexington-Fayette, Kentucky WINNER
  • “Barrett, Fox & Berry” with Bill Barrett, Tim Fox, and Tracy Berry on KKNU, Eugene-Springfield, Oregon
  • “Ben and Arnie” with Arnie Andrews and Ben Butler on WCOW, La Crosse, Wisconsin
  • “The Cat Pak Morning Show” with Brent Lane and Candy Cullerton on WYCT, Pensacola, Florida
  • “Scotty & Cara in the Morning” with Scotty Cox and Cara Denis on KCLR, Columbia, Missouri

CMA MEDIUM MARKET BROADCAST PERSONALITY OF THE YEAR

  • “Cash and Bradley” with Natalie Cash and Matt Bradley with KWEN, Tulsa, Oklahoma WINNER
  • Brent Michaels on KUZZ, Bakersfield, California
  • “The Dex and Mo Show” with Bill “Dex” Poindexter and Melissa “Mo” Turner on WUSY, Chattanooga, Tennessee
  • “New Country Mornings” with Nancy Wilson and James Frye on WHKO, Dayton, Ohio
  • “Tom & Becky” with Owens and Becky Palmer on WBBS, Syracuse, New York

CMA LARGE MARKET BROADCAST PERSONALITY OF THE YEAR

  • “Amanda and Jesse” with Amanda Valentine and Jesse Tack on WUBE, Cincinnati, Ohio WINNER
  • “The Boxer Show” with “Boxer” Brandon Nasby on WCOL, Columbus, Ohio
  • “Double-L” with Lois Lewis on KWNR, Las Vegas, Nevada
  • “The Randy, Jamie, and Jojo Show” with Randy Carroll, Jamie Martin, and JoJo Meza on KAJA, San Antonio, Texas
  • “Tige And Daniel” with Tige Rodgers, Daniel Baker, and Mari Mueller on WSIX, Nashville, Tennessee
  • “Woody and the Wake-UP Call” with Woody Johnson, Dan E. Zuko, and Kayla Hanley on WCOL, Columbus, Ohio

CMA MAJOR MARKET BROADCAST PERSONALITY OF THE YEAR

  • “Mike & Amy” with Mike Chase and Amy Faust on KWJJ, Portland, Oregon WINNER
  • “Bud and Broadway” with Bud Ford, Jerry Broadway, and Kelly Rebal on WIL, St. Louis, Missouri
  • “Michael J On Air” with Michael J. Stuehler on WPOC, Baltimore, Maryland
  • “Paul Schadt and Meg” with Paul Schadt, Meg Butterly, and Geof Knight on WKKT, Charlotte-Gastonia-Rock Hill, North Carolina
  • “The Q Morning Zoo” with Tim Tuttle, Kevin Kline, and Erica Rico on KKBQ, Houston-Galveston, Texas

CMA NATIONAL BROADCAST PERSONALITY OF THE YEAR

  • “The Bobby Bones Show” with Bobby Bones WINNER
  • “American Country Countdown” with Kix Brooks
  • “The Big D and Bubba Show” with Derek Haskins, Sean Powell, Patrick Thomas, and Carsen Humphreville
  • “The Blair Garner Show” with Blair Garner
  • “Country Gold” with Terri Clark

CMA SMALL MARKET RADIO STATION OF THE YEAR

  • WYCT in Pensacola, Florida WINNER
  • KCLR in Columbia, Missouri
  • KKNU in Eugene-Springfield, Oregon
  • KORA in Bryan-College Station, Texas
  • WCOW in La Crosse, Wisconsin

CMA MEDIUM MARKET RADIO STATION OF THE YEAR

  • WIVK in Knoxville, Tennessee WINNER
  • CKRY in Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  • KXKT in Omaha-Council Bluffs, Nebraska-Iowa
  • WBBS in Syracuse, New York
  • WYRK in Buffalo-Niagara Falls, New York

CMA LARGE MARKET RADIO STATION OF THE YEAR

  • WQDR in Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina WINNER
  • KCYY in San Antonio, Texas
  • WCOL in Columbus, Ohio
  • WQIK in Jacksonville, Florida
  • WSIX in Nashville, Tennessee

CMA MAJOR MARKET RADIO STATION OF THE YEAR

  • WIL in St. Louis, Missouri WINNER
  • KPLX in Dallas-Ft. Worth, Texas
  • KUPL in Portland, Oregon
  • KWJJ in Portland, Oregon
  • WKKT in Charlotte-Gastonia-Rock Hill, North Carolina

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