Audacy Snags Two CMA Broadcast Awards
Audacy is the recipient of two CMA Broadcast Awards, presented by the Country Music Association. 99.5 WYCD (WYCD-FM) in Detroit won Radio Station of the Year in the major Market category while U.S. 101 (WUSY-FM) in Chattanooga, TN was named top Radio Station of the Year in the medium market division. Winners were notified by country music singer-songwriter Ashley McBryde on October 10.
99.5 WYCD’s win marks the first in this category for the station since 2011. U.S. 101 last won Radio Station of the Year in the medium market category in 2020.
The CMA Broadcast Awards are among the most prestigious awards given out in the field of Country Broadcasting. The categories are established by market size based on population as ranked by Nielsen. Entries for Broadcast Personality of the Year are judged on aircheck, ratings, community involvement, and biographical information. Candidates for Station of the Year are judged on aircheck, ratings, community involvement, and format leadership. CMA members who are full-time, on-air personalities and CMA member radio stations in the United States and Canada were eligible. The entries are judged by a panel of distinguished broadcast professionals, representing all market sizes and regions.