KSBJ, Houston’s leading contemporary Christian music radio station, was recently honored with the Christian Music Broadcasters' (CMB) Station of the Year Award in the Major Market category.
Announced last month at the CMB Momentum Conference in Orlando, the CMB Radio Station of the Year Award (Major Market) is presented to the radio station that demonstrates leadership within the Christian radio industry, as well as within their community.
Ranked as one of the top five radio stations in the greater Houston area, KSBJ has received the CMB Station of the Year Award nine times since the Major Market category was created in 2000. Furthermore, CMB is the third organization to bestow the honor of Station of the Year in this year alone.
In February, KSBJ was named Radio Station of the Year by NRB for making a difference for Christ over the past year. KSBJ was also named Station of the Year by the PD Forum at ProgramDirector.net.
“That is just amazing!” said Tim McDermott, President and General Manager of KSBJ, after his station was again named Station of the Year.
“God has put together an all-star staff at KSBJ of incredibly talented people who love working together and making a difference in our community,” he continued. “I continue to hear comments about how God has used this station as an example for other stations to follow. We are blessed and we will continue to give God the glory for all that He is doing through this ministry.”
This year, KSBJ also celebrates 30 years on-air as Houston’s leading listener-supported, non-profit, non-commercial contemporary Christian music radio station.
Since 1982, KSBJ has served as a voice of hope connecting people to God through Christian music, community outreach, and events. KSBJ can be heard on 89.3 FM (North/East of Downtown Houston) and 96.9 FM (South/West of Downtown Houston).
PHOTO ABOVE: KSBJ President and General Manager Tim McDermott (left) and KSBJ Program Director Susan O'Donnell (right) hold up the CMB Radio Station of the Year (Major Market) Award. Photograph courtesy of KSBJ.
Published: October 25, 2012