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K99.1FM named finalist for national radio award


K99.1FM has been recognized for its commitment to the community.

The National Association of Broadcasters announced the finalists for the 31st Annual Crystal awards and WHKO-FM (K99.1FM) in Dayton was selected.

>> 7 ways K99 makes the community better

The award recognizes radio stations for their outstanding year-round commitment to community service. Ten winners will be selected from the 50 finalists. Winners will be announced at the April 10, 2018 NAB show in Las Vegas. 

Nick Roberts, vice president of marketing and radio operations for Cox Media Group Ohio, said: “Nancy Wilson, Frye Guy, our marketing team and staff are the most dedicated public servants that I’ve ever worked with. K99.1FM on a weekly basis is involved with helping charities around the region, including raising funding for Dayton’s Children’s Hospital, over 4 million to date.”

>> Get to know K99’s Nancy Wilson and Frye Guy

Rob Rohr, market vice president for Cox Ohio said: “Nancy and Frye are not your typical morning show hosts. They are passionate about helping this community and lead by example by rolling up their sleeves and making a huge difference.” 

>> PHOTOS: K99.1FM Cares for Kids Radiothon 2017

About Cox Media Group Ohio 

Cox Media Group Ohio is an integrated broadcasting, publishing and marketing company reaching over 94 percent of the region’s population each week with compelling news and entertainment content. Properties include WHIO-TV Channel 7, the #1 CBS affiliate in America, The Dayton Daily News, K99.1FM Radio and Cox Digital Marketing. Cox owns over 20 products and brands in Dayton and Cincinnati. 

>> K99 Radiothon draws generous donation from Garth Brooks

 

About NAB 

The National Association of Broadcasters is the premier advocacy association for America’s broadcasters. NAB advances radio and television interests in legislative, regulatory and public affairs. Through advocacy, education and innovation, NAB enables broadcasters to best serve their communities, strengthen their businesses and seize new opportunities in the digital age.

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