Radio veteran and syndicated countdown host Bob Kingsley will be honored with the President’s Award at the Country Radio Hall of Fame Awards and Dinner Feb. 21. The event takes place at 6 pm in the Nashville Convention Center Ballroom and leads into Country Radio Seminar 2012, Feb. 22-24.
The President’s Award is presented to “an individual who has made a significant contribution to the marketing, production, growth, and development of the Country Radio Seminar and the multiple services that Country Radio Seminar provides to the country radio and music communities.”
“Without the hard work and innovation of Bob Kingsley, Country radio today would be very different,” says CRS President Mike Culotta. “Bob Kingsley has been an avid supporter of Country radio, and he has been the most consistent advocate of Country Radio Seminar throughout its history. We are excited to present Bob with this year’s CRS President’s Award.”
Additionally the ceremony will honor 2012 Country Radio Hall of Fame inductees Beverlee Brannigan, Moby, Ron Rogers, Eddie Stubbs, Rusty Walker and Bill Whyte.
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The CRS staff recently took a break from planning the 2012 Country Radio Seminar to celebrate the holiday season with its annual industry party.
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