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NRB Congratulates Members for 2013 CMB Award Wins

Mike NovakNRB members were among those recognized last week with awards from the Christian Music Broadcasters (CMB).

The winners of the Station of the Year Award were the K-Love Radio Network (Major Market Winner) and KGCB/Radio Shine 90.9 in Prescott, AZ (Small Market Winner).

In addition, EMF Broadcasting President & CEO Mike Novak, who is also a member of the NRB Board of Directors and the NRB President’s Council, was presented with the Scott Campbell Industry Achievement Award for outstanding and long-term contributions to the growth of Christian Music Radio.

"We at NRB congratulate these shining examples of excellence and also recognize their outstanding work, impact, and leadership,” commented NRB President & CEO Dr.  Frank Wright.

Radio Shine StaffRegarding their recognition, Radio Shine Station Manager Sally Barton said her team is "blessed and privileged [...] to be used as a tool in God’s hand and an instrument for His voice.”

“I am thrilled for the recognition Christian Music Broadcasters has provided by naming Radio Shine Station of the Year.  God is at work through His people, the Radio Shine family, staff, listeners and supporters,” Barton said.

The CMB Awards were handed out on September 4 at the CMB Momentum Conference in Orlando, FL.

The winning “Station of the Year” stations were judged on ratings, on-air presentation, community involvement, new media, and industry leadership.

PHOTOS ABOVE: (1) EMF Broadcasting President & CEO Mike Novak, who is also a member of the NRB Board of Directors and the NRB President’s Council. (2) (Left to Right) Chris Lemke, Executive Director of CMB; Sally Barton, Radio Shine Station Manager; and Dan Young, Radio Shine Program Director. Photo courtesy of Radio Shine.

Published: September 11, 2013

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