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St. Louis New Country 92.3 radio named ‘Station of the Year’

Program Director Scott Roddy accepts 2017 CMA ‘Station of the Year’ award.
Program Director Scott Roddy accepts 2017 CMA ‘Station of the Year’ award.

Hubbard Radio’s St. Louis New Country 92.3 WIL has been named the 2017 Country Music Association’s Major Market “Station of the Year.” This is the first time New Country 92.3 has won the award.

In a press release, New Country 92.3 WIL Program Director Scott Roddy said, “I am humbled beyond words. Thank you, CMA. The New Country 92.3 WIL “Home Team” worked very hard to earn this recognition. I have honestly never worked with a team so dedicated to their local community, each other and the health of our industry.”

The CMA Awards nominees and winners are determined by the more than 6,300 industry professional members of CMA, which when established in 1958 became the first trade organization formed to promote an individual genre of music.

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