Radio & Network Drama At CMA Awards?
Could it be a case of sour grapes? All Access is reporting today that CBS has pulled all of its affiliate radio stations out of the radio remotes during the Country Music Association Awards (CMA) after the award show executives decided to renew their contract with ABC for exclusive airing of the award show for the next few years.
CBS was the former home of the award show until ABC got it in 2005.
Radio stations under CBS’ banner that are effected by this decision include WYCD-Detroit, KILT-Houston, KMPS-Seattle, WSOC-Charlotte, and WUSN-Chicago among many others.
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