CMB Station of the Year Awards: Revised Guidelines

Each year, Christian Music Broadcasters reviews the policies and procedures of the annual CMB Station of the Year Awards. In an effort to better serve our radio community, we have refined the Stations of the Year guidelines, making the process easier than ever.

CMB Executive Director, Michelle Younkman, states, “CMB’s mission statement is to encourage, engage and equip our members to impact their communities for Christ. We want to focus just as much on the Kingdom impact as we do on the way a station sounds. As our industry has changed over the years, it is apparent that it is time to adjust our guidelines to best represent our mission and be more relevant. We encourage all Christian music stations to apply!”

Eligibility dates for the awards are May 1, 2016 – April 30, 2017.

Stations wishing to enter this year’s competition may submit their entries online from May 1 – June 2, 2017.

One award is given in each of the four market categories – Major, Large, Medium and Small.

For more detailed information, tips for submissions, benefits of entering the competition, and a list of past winners, please visit our website.

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January – Your 2021 Radio Goals – Virtual Event
March – Radio Station Field Trip
April – A Webinar for YOUR Board
May – Virtual Mentoring Event
June – SURPRISE BENEFIT at Momentum
July – Salary Survey Webinar
August – Fundraising Webinar
September – Creative Images
October – Techsurvey Webinar
November – Radio Station Field Trip
December – Virtual Christmas Party

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Wise, Weird & Welcome: Learning and Leading with the Lepers and the Locust Eaters

We’ve all read the same books about teamwork, leadership, communication, and culture that everybody reads. We’ve mastered Maxwell, studied Sanborn, Sinek, and Sun Tzu, and liberally cribbed Collins in aborted attempts to go from good to great, but…

How’s that working out for you? 

What if you left St. Louis with an entirely new lens through which to view and act upon improvements in:

Let’s examine how this all connects together, but approach it from an entirely different angle. Don’t just think outside the box. Kick the box to the curb and start at zero.