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KIRO Help Coach Boys Into Men

Date Posted: 6/30/2020

Bonnevilles KIRO-AM Seattle, Wash., was nominated for a Service to Community Award in the Radio Major Market category.

With a goal of ending domestic violence, KIRO decided to take the issue back to where it starts, focusing on homes, schools and role models within a local community. In partnership with Coaching Boys into Men, this campaign aimed to prevent domestic violence by teaching high school coaches and athletes how to be community leaders. The station hosted a training program for winter sports coaches, offering incentives for those who completed the program. Through this partnership, KIRO has reached more than 33,000 students with a 42% implementation rate throughout the Seattle area. Thanks to the team at KIRO and the Coaching Boys into Men training, this local community is closer to developing leading examples of role models and athletes for the next generation and putting an end to the cycle of domestic violence.

KRWMs Home Team Harvest Raises $8 Million

Date Posted: 6/30/2020

Hubbard Radios KRWM-FM Seattle, Wash., was nominated for a Service to Community Award in the Radio Major Market category.

In collaboration with KING-TV and in partnership with AT&T, Safeway and Albertsons supermarkets, KRWM-FM supported KING-TVs 19th annual Home Team Harvest food drive to help the Northwest Harvest food bank organization. This annual campaign included supermarket $10 hunger bags, a text to give campaign and a live televised and radio broadcast held on December 7, 2019. As a partner of this annual campaign, KRWM-FM raised a total of 7.98 million meals for 475 food banks, meal programs and high-need schools in Washington.

WSB-AM Careathon Raises $1.7 Million

Date Posted: 6/30/2020

Cox Media Groups WSB-AM Atlanta was nominated for a Service to Community Award in the Radio Major Market category.

Every July, the WSB family comes together to support the research and treatment efforts directed at fighting childhood cancers. Over the course of a four-week promotional campaign, this local radio station hosted the WSB Careathon, which included a 37-hour live broadcast to raise funds, tell personal stories from those affected by childhood cancers and help in the overarching efforts to battle childhood cancer. This campaign resulted in a total of $1,737,000 to support the research and treatment efforts provided by the AFLAC Cancer Center at Childrens Hospital in Atlanta.

WTLC Stops the Music for Suicide Prevention Awareness

Date Posted: 6/30/2020

Radio Ones WTLC-FM Indianapolis, Ind., was nominated for a Service to Community Award in the Radio Major Market category.

In recognition of Septembers National Suicide Prevention Awareness month, WTLC-FM and its partners collaborated with local mental and behavioral health organizations to address the alarming increase in the suicide rate among black and Hispanic teens in the Indianapolis community. On September 10, 2019, all Indianapolis Radio One stations stopped their regular programming from 10 a.m. to noon, instead running an uninterrupted special to provide mental health information and resources. In addition, mental health professionals were available to help listeners cope with their mental health conditions.

KABB and WOAIs Investigative Reporting Changes Legislation

Date Posted: 6/30/2020

Sinclair Broadcast Groups KABB-TV/WOAI-TV San Antonio, Texas, was nominated for a Service to Community Award in the Television Large Market category.

WOAI committed a full year to investigating the ongoing impact of surprise medical billing in their community. Issuing one story a week during the stations Show Me Your Bill segment, the investigative journalism team has helped viewers resolve their surprise medical bills with more than $750,000 returned or dropped by collectors. In addition, this initiative caught the attention of Rep. Lloyd Doggett (TX-35), chair of the U.S. House of Representatives Ways and Means Health Subcommittee and the first congressional author of legislation to protect patients from surprise medical bills. The bill was changed based on the stations reporting.

KOB Investigates Protecting Local Environment

Date Posted: 6/30/2020

Hubbard Broadcastings KOB-TV Albuquerque, N.M., was nominated for a Service to Community Award in the Television Large Market category.

New Mexico is called The Land of Enchantment because of its diverse terrain, abundance of wildlife and natural beauty. To help protect this bounty, the KOB news team took a critical look at what was threatening natural resources across the state. During an eight-part investigative series, this local news team dedicated over 80 minutes of on-air time to inform local communities about harmful threats. From identifying the source of ground water contamination to revealing the dangerous effects of abandoned uranium mines, these reports called on the New Mexico state legislature and the United States Congress to help protect the most vulnerable parts of the state.

WDAF Funds Music Programs for Students

Date Posted: 6/30/2020

Nexstar Media Groups WDAF-TV Kansas City, Mo., was nominated for a Service to Community Award in the Television Large Market category.

Due to state budget cuts, local schools no longer had the ability to lend students musical instruments to participate in their school bands, orchestras and symphonies. To help the students and musical programs throughout the state, WDAF created a one-of-a-kind musical instrument drive to collect instruments for students. With the creation of the FOX4 Band of Angels nonprofit, this scholarship program has awarded over $200,000 in scholarships and more than 2,200 instruments to students across the 60 school districts in Kansas and Missouri generating approximately $1.1 million dollars for the local community.

WJHG Help Secure Federal Hurricane Relief Funding

Date Posted: 6/30/2020

Gray Televisions WJHG-TV Panama City, Fla., was nominated for a 2020 Service to Community Award in the Television Small Market category.

On October 10, 2018, Hurricane Michael hit an area of the Florida Panhandle nicknamed The Forgotten Coast. By 2019, the area seemed to live up to its name. More than six months after the hurricane wiped out parts of this community, no federal relief aid so critical for recovery had arrived. As locals began to wonder when things would return to normal, WJHG got to work educating the community at large about how long it had been waiting for federal relief funds and what needed to be done to grab lawmakers attention. Through social media, daily coverage of local suffering and national media outreach, this team made sure lawmakers heard the outcry for support. Finally, 236 days following Hurricane Michael, a Federal Disaster Relief package passed and this area was one step closer to not feeling so forgotten.

KXAN Addresses Mental Health in Students

Date Posted: 6/30/2020

Nexstar Media Groups KXAN-TV Austin, Texas, was nominated for a Service to Community Award in the Television Large Market category.

In Texas, mental health experts estimate that one in six students is significantly affected by mental illness. As state leaders looked to address the issues within schools, KXAN explored potential solutions across Texas and beyond. With over 50 team members, this local station travelled across the country to report on solution-oriented stories of saving students dealing with mental illness. Through a partnership with the Solutions Journalism Network, the campaign grew through exclusive interviews, social media livestreams and interactive online tools to showcase the experiences reported across the country. This campaign not only helped save young lives but also served as a resource to let students and communities know they are never alone.

WKMG Helps Save Lives on the Road

Date Posted: 6/30/2020

Graham Media Groups WKMG-TV Orlando, Fla., was nominated for a Service to Community Award in the Television Large Market category.

After WKMG-TV news anchor Matt Austin was hit and seriously injured by a texting driver, the station initiated a relentless multi-faceted, multi-year campaign led by Austin to strengthen Floridas texting and driving law. WKMG gathered stories from viewers, created partnerships with law enforcement and legislators and confronted those lawmakers who were creating roadblocks to a piece of legislation designed to save lives on Floridas roadways. After three years of work, on July 1, 2019, those efforts resulted in a new law, making texting and driving a primary offense. In the end, many legislators, including those who were originally against a more robust law, credit WKMG with being a major factor behind its passage.

KNDE-FM Launches Annual Day of Giving

Date Posted: 6/29/2020

Bryan Broadcasting KNDE-FM College Station, Tex., was nominated for a 2020 Service to Community Award in the Radio - Small Market category. KNDE-FM launched an inaugural day of giving on October 22, 2019 to benefit non-profits both large and small across the Brazos Valley. In partnership with the local Community Foundation, this 18-hour online giving event encouraged residents to give where you live and donate to local charities of their choice.

In addition to the generous support from listeners, local businesses provided matching hours to incentivize donations and increase total money and prizes. Through the power of local radio, KNDE worked with 103 participating causes to raise a total of $389,000. With a passion for helping their local community, this independent radio station with a staff of four understands the significance of live and local.

WKXW-FM Shines A Light on New Jersey Court

Date Posted: 6/29/2020

Townsquare Medias WKXW-FM Trenton, N.J., was nominated for a 2020 Service to Community Award in the Radio - Small Market category. In July 2019, WKXW launched a series of reports highlighting misconduct within the New Jersey Family Court regarding rape and sexual assault cases. These investigative reports included the shocking details of local judges blocking prosecutors requests to try juveniles as adults as well as a pattern of victim blaming.

This news series encouraged the community and local lawmakers to respond to these injustices. As a result of this series of investigative reports, the state Supreme Court accepted the resignation of one of the judges, took action to remove another from the bench and implemented mandatory sex crime training for all judges.

WNDU Raises Awareness for Bus Stop Tragedies

Date Posted: 6/29/2020

Gray Televisions WNDU-TV South Bend, Ind., was nominated for a Service to Community Award in the Television Medium Market category.

After the tragic deaths and critical injuries of four children trying to cross the highway to get on the school bus, WNDU went beyond news coverage to advocate for stronger school bus safety and awareness.

WNDU not only covered a tragedy but aimed to increase awareness around school bus stop safety and encourage the Indiana General Assembly to pass the MAXSTRONG School Bus Safety bill into law. The bill was signed by the Indiana governor in May 2019, but the station didnt stop there. As children went back to school in districts across the DMA, WNDU launched a back-to-school safety campaign using yard signs, news coverage, PSAs and social media support all in an effort to make sure Hoosier children were headed back to school with a safer way to get there.

Indiana passed a law to protect kids at bus stops. WDNU distributed 5,000 Stop Means Stop bus safety awareness signs to community and aired 178 fifteen second PSAs for the Stop Means Stop yard sign campaign for a value of $17,800. 133 fifteen second PSAs were aired on 16.2 Antenna TV for the campaign for a value $665.

WTOL Investigates Wrongful Convictions

Date Posted: 6/29/2020

TEGNAs WTOL-TV Toledo, Ohio, was nominated for a Service to Community Award in the Television Medium Market category.

When the Ohio Innocence Project reached out to WTOL about one of the most notorious murders in recent Toledo history, there was skepticism. However, through a six-month investigation, the station uncovered serious flaws in the murder investigation and even deeper concerns about the handling of criminal defense for poor residents in the area. Guilty Without Proof reported that local counties provided substandard levels of representation and legal assistance to poor defendants. The WTOL news team continued to report on the ongoing Ohio Innocence Project investigation to showcase flaws in the local criminal justice system. Due to WTOLs reporting, local counties are addressing these issues to better serve poor and under-served defendants in the Toledo area.

WKXW-FM Donates 11,000 Feel Better Bears

Date Posted: 6/28/2020

Townsquare Medias WKXW-FM Trenton, N.J., was nominated for a 2020 Service to Community Award in the Radio - Small Market category. In partnership with the New Jersey State Policemans Benevolent Association, WKXW found a way to comfort children involved in crisis situations. The goal of this campaign was to gather donations of new teddy bears around the community to help comfort children following any tense situations to which they were exposed. With over 11,000 teddy bears collected, police cars across the state were equipped with these comfort tools to go directly into the hands of the children who could use a little something to feel better during tough times.

Milner Media Serves the Kankakee River Valley

Date Posted: 6/28/2020

Milner Media Partners WYUR-FM, WVLI-FM, WIVR-FM, WFAV-FM Bourbannis, Ill. was nominated for a 2020 Service to Community Award in the Radio - Small Market category. After receiving a letter from a longtime American Legion employee, Milner Media decided to do their part in saving a piece of local history. Since 1934, Bradley American Legion Post 766 has been considered a haven for veterans to recover, relax and congregate as a community. However, the building was in desperate need of repair. With a call to the local community, Milner Media and its partners solicited donations from local organizations, held benefit concerts and facilitated a raffle to raise the funds for this restoration project. With the help of the local community and partners, the Bradley American Legion can continue to provide a safe retreat for local veterans, giving them a place to call their own.

KVLY Raises $50,000 For Kids Experiencing Homelessness

Date Posted: 6/28/2020

Gray Televisions KVLY-TV Fargo, N.D., was nominated for a 2020 Service to Community Award in the Television Small Market category. In 2019, it was reported that more than 560 children are homeless on any given night in the Fargo community. To support and promote the mission of local nonprofit Golden Drive Homeless Kids, KVLY brought attention to this concern by educating viewers, encouraging donations and volunteers and inspiring the community to provide ideas for stable housing. All donations received went directly to local youth centers and food shelves to help combat childhood homelessness in the area. Every year, the community comes together to volunteer, solicit donations and contribute resources to help the children of Fargo feel safe and have a place to call home.

KWQC Helps Communities Recover After Flooding

Date Posted: 6/28/2020

Gray Televisions KWQC-TV Davenport, Iowa, was nominated for a 2020 Service to Community Award in the Television Small Market category.

On the afternoon of April 30, 2019, a temporary flood barrier failed, releasing the Mississippi River into Davenports downtown. Following the devastation, KWQC launched an all-encompassing campaign to help the community and businesses recover. In the weeks and months that followed, this station orchestrated three major service, donation and business events to help repair the damage and raise the money and resources to recover. In addition to aiding in the recovery, this dedicated news team went one step further, launching an investigation into why the community was so ill prepared and reporting on what could have been done by city officials to inform and prepare the community for the impending devastation.

WRVE-FM, WGY-AM and WGY-FM Care for Kids

Date Posted: 6/28/2020

iHeart Medias WRVE-FM, WGY-AM and WGY-FM Latham, N.Y., was nominated for a Service to Community Award in the Radio Medium Market category.

The stations held their 21st annual Cares for Kids Radiothon to raise funds and to support the programs and services offered at the Bernard and Millie Duker Childrens Hospital. On May 2-3, 2019, these three local stations held a 25-hour live radio broadcast to encourage donations to the hospitals pediatric health care programs. Leading up to the live broadcast, a variety of preliminary fundraising events were held to increase donations and generate awareness about the hospitals programs and services. Due to the campaigns and support from these three stations the community raised $330,620 while showing its support for the hospital team that works so hard to provide quality care for sick kids.

KWTX Helps Feed Families

Date Posted: 6/28/2020

Gray Televisions KWTX-TV Waco, Texas, was nominated for a Service to Community Award in the Television Medium Market category.

KWTX founded what would become the largest one-day food drive in the state of Texas back in 1990. Now in its 29th year, the annual Food for Families drive supports food banks throughout central Texas. In partnership with community organizations, KWTX welcomed thousands of volunteers and secured 18 collection sites for a 14-hour long food drive the Friday before Thanksgiving. A true testament to helping the community, this 2019 campaign collected a total of 2,428,167 pounds of food and helped stock food pantry shelves well beyond the holiday season. For KWTX, this is more than just a food drive, its helping families feel secure in knowing food is available and in bringing the community together to experience the joy that comes from helping others.

WBIR Addresses the Reality of Suicide

Date Posted: 6/28/2020

TEGNAs WBIR-TV Knoxville, Tenn., was nominated for a Service to Community Award in the Television Medium Market category.

Following six teen suicides from one local high school in three years, WBIR felt something more than another news story was needed to change the stigma surrounding mental illness and help save the lives of students. The station started by telling the stories of three mothers who lost their own teens to this tragedy and expanded to discussions with local experts to help begin the difficult but necessary conversations about teen suicide. To connect with younger viewers, the station launched a documentary streamed on YouTube and the WBIR website. In addition, this news team curated a resource guide to help families with difficult conversations and opening the discussion around mental health. Through this campaign, WBIR started a movement to help save the students of the Knoxville community.

WSGWs Sharing Hope Radiothon

Date Posted: 6/28/2020

Alpha Medias WSGW Saginaw, Mich., was nominated for a Service to Community Award in the Radio Medium Market category.

To help curb increasing homelessness in the area, 100.5 and 790 Newsradio WSGW hosted the 14th annual Sharing Hope Radiothon to raise money for the Rescue Ministries of Mid-Michigan and its local shelters. With cross promotion from sister station 94.5 The MooseWCEN, this 12-hour campaign exceeded its fundraising goal and raised more than $47,000 while also educating the community. To show continued support for their sister station, WSGW partnered once again and helped raise awareness and donations for the two-day St. Jude Kids Radiothon to raise another $83,250. These two campaigns strengthen the ties of local radio and continue to better the community through the sharing of hope and resources.

WJRD and WMHZ Support Community

Date Posted: 6/26/2020

WJRD-FM and WMHZ-FM Tuscaloosa supported the community during COVID-19:

  • We have aired hundreds (probably thousands) of commercials for local businesses absolutely free.
  • We have heavily bonused commercials to schedules placed by our clients that have continued to invest their ad dollars with us.
  • We have had business owners come by our studio to record 3-5 minute interviewsespecially early in the pandemic when there was so much anxiety/confusion as what to do next.

KMSP and Public Radio Fundraise for Non-Profits

Date Posted: 5/10/2020

KMSP FOX 9 in partnership with Minnesota Public Radio hosted Shine on Minnesota, a broadcast event that brought together Minnesota musicians to benefit Minnesota nonprofits during the COVID-19 Pandemic. The broadcast aired on May 10 and raised $145,509 for local nonprofits like Second Harvest Heartland, Minnesota Central Kitchen, and Springboard for the Arts.

WCTV Receives Service to Community Award

Date Posted: 10/1/2019

In the wake of Hurricane Maria, a local Tallahassee couple started collecting relief supplies for the residents of their hometown Jayuya, P.R. Gray Televisions WCTV Tallahassee, Fla., covered the couples efforts and within days, several truckloads of relief supplies were collected and sent to Jayuya. To help further, a WCTV crew traveled to Jayuya to document how the donated materials helped Puerto Ricans recover from the devastation. The station also highlighted the continued struggles many were having getting money for housing repairs. Rather than waiting for the Federal Emergency Management Association to approve or deny financial aid, the station helped raise funds, equipment and materials to help provide new roofs for homes in Jayuya.

WCTV received the NAB Leadership Foundations Service to Community Award for Television Small Market at the 2019 Service to America Awards Gala for their efforts.

WYCT-FM Awarded for Community Service at Service to America Awards

Date Posted: 10/1/2019

The National Association of Broadcasters Leadership Foundation awarded ADX Communications WYCT-FM Pensacola, Fla., the Service to Community Award for Radio Medium Market at the 2019 Celebration of Service to America Awards Gala in Washington, D.C.

The award recognizes WYCT-FMs dedication to supporting the Santa Rosa Kids House. Santa Rose Kids House offers on-site specialized sexual abuse therapy to help child victims and their families recover. The station raised nearly $15,000 for the non-profit during its inaugural Spring Jam, an all-ages event featuring popular country music acts.

WREG-TV Recognized at the Service to America Awards

Date Posted: 10/1/2019

Tribune Medias WREG-TV Memphis, Tenn., received the Service to Community Award for Television Medium Market at the NAB Leadership Foundation 2019 Service to America Awards Gala in Washington, D.C. WREG received the honor for their continued support of the LeBonheur Childrens Hospital through Go Jim Go!

To support the hospitals mission to provide care to children in need, WREG meteorologist Jim Jagger bikes 333 miles through the community each fall. Along the way, he and his team collect donations raised by churches, schools and other community organizations. While Jim rides, WREG highlights the lifesaving work performed at LeBonheur. In 2018, the event raised $370,000. Since the inaugural ride, the station has donated $2.9 million.

WLEN-FM Recognized at the Service to America Awards for Supporting Veterans

Date Posted: 10/1/2019

WLEN-FM received the Service to Community Award for Radio Small market in recognition of their commitment to help veterans experiencing homelessness in the community at the 2019 Celebration of Service to America Awards Gala in Washington, D.C.

Thirteen years ago, the staff at Lenawee Broadcasting Companys WLEN-FM Adrian, Mich., learned of local veterans living in the nearby woods. In response, WLEN-FM created the Veterans Dire Needs Fund. Annually on Veterans Day, the station collects money for local vets and raises awareness for homeless veterans and their critical needs. This event has grown from $5,000 raised in the first year to more than $30,000 raised in 2018. More than $250,000 has been raised over the years to help support Lenawee County veterans with a goal of helping local veterans to live as proudly as they served.

WKMG-TV Receives Service to Community Award for Investigative Reporting

Date Posted: 10/1/2019

Graham Media Groups WKMG-TV Orlando, Fla., received the Service to Community Award for Television Large Market at the NAB Leadership Foundation 2019 Service to America Awards Gala in Washington, D.C. WKMG received the honor for a series of investigative reports featuring first responders diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

WKMGs focused reporting helped expose the states failure to recognize PTSD as a medical injury and provide workers compensation to emergency responders who could not prove physical injury. After WKMG aired their initial report, more first responders were empowered to come forward and speak about their experiences. On March 27, 2018, Governor Rick Scott signed the Workers Compensation Benefits for First Responders Act into law. Governor Scott said WKMGs reporting was instrumental in the passage and signing of the new law.

Beasley Media Group Service to Community Award for Television

Date Posted: 10/1/2019

The National Association of Broadcasters Leadership Foundation (NABLF) honored Beasley Media Group with the Service to Community Award for Television Ownership Group at the 2019 NABLF Celebration of Service to America Awards in Washington, D.C. The award recognized Beasley for the impact of Beasley Best Community of Caring (BBCC), which creates scripts for 30- and 60- second public service announcements and asks stations to air spots ten times per week.

The campaign is supported by corresponding social media posts, articles and blogs. Each market is also paired with a local group to work on issues that touch the community. In 2018, BBCC donated nearly 33,000 spots across 15 markets, while individual stations worked to serve and support their local communities.

Hearst Television, Inc. Service to Community Award for Television

Date Posted: 10/1/2019

Hearst Television, Inc. received the Service to Community Award for Television - Ownership Group for their coverage of the 2018 midterm elections at the 2019 Celebration of Service to America Awards in Washington, D.C. Hearsts commitment to covering issue-oriented stories as they broke and digging deeper into investigative pieces helped viewers make better informed decisions at the polls.

Across ten months, Hearst Television stations hosted 98 debates and aired 5,034 political stories, totaling to nearly 13,200 minutes of coverage. The 2018 midterm elections marked the highest voter turnout for a midterm election in more than a century.

WMMR-FM Philadelphia, PA Service to Community Award for Radio Major Market

Date Posted: 10/1/2019

Beasley Media Group-owned WMMR-FM Philadelphia received the Service to Community Award for Radio - Major Market at the NAB Leadership Foundation 2019 Service to America Awards Gala in Washington, D.C. for their dedication to ending food insecurity in the city. Started by Preston and Steve, WMMRs top-rated morning hosts, the annual Camp Out for Hunger is the largest single-location food drive in America, generating millions of meals. Now in the 21st year of the event, the 2018 Preston and Steve Camp Out for Hunger collected food and cash donations totaling over two million meals for the hungry.

The award was presented at the 2019 Celebration of Service to America awards.

KGSR-FM Awarded 2018 NAB Crystal Radio Award

Date Posted: 11/1/2018

KGSR-FM Austin, Texas was awarded the 2018 National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Crystal Radio Award. Since 1987, the NAB Crystal Radio Awards have recognized radio stations for their outstanding year-round commitment to community service. Among their outstanding public service, KGSR-FM played a big role in relief efforts after Hurricane Harvey hit Texas.

WINS-AM Awarded 2018 NAB Crystal Radio Award

Date Posted: 11/1/2018

WINS-AM New York City, N.Y. was awarded the 2018 National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Crystal Radio Award. Since 1987, the NAB Crystal Radio Awards have recognized radio stations for their outstanding year-round commitment to community service. Among their outstanding public service, WINS-AM launched a show called City Views, which focuses on the work of local nonprofits.

WSOY-AM Awarded 2018 NAB Crystal Radio Award

Date Posted: 11/1/2018

WSOY-AM Decatur, Ill. was awarded the 2018 National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Crystal Radio Award. Since 1987, the NAB Crystal Radio Awards have recognized radio stations for their outstanding year-round commitment to community service. WSOY-AM has only five employees and put in a total of 1,008 hours of volunteer time in 2017.

KTAR-FM Awarded 2018 NAB Crystal Radio Award

Date Posted: 11/1/2018

KTAR-FM Phoenix, Ariz. was awarded the 2018 National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Crystal Radio Award. Since 1987, the NAB Crystal Radio Awards have recognized radio stations for their outstanding year-round commitment to community service. Among their outstanding public service, KTAR-FMs Pay Tribute to a Teacher program recognizes and rewards top teachers across the state every month.

KTTS-FM Awarded 2018 NAB Crystal Radio Award

Date Posted: 11/1/2018

KTTS-FM Springfield, Mo. was awarded the 2018 National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Crystal Radio Award. Since 1987, the NAB Crystal Radio Awards have recognized radio stations for their outstanding year-round commitment to community service. Among their outstanding public service, KTTS-FM employees donated over 800 hours of volunteer time last year.

WWJ-AM Awarded 2018 NAB Crystal Radio Award

Date Posted: 11/1/2018

WWJ-AM Detroit, Mich. was awarded the 2018 National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Crystal Radio Award. Since 1987, the NAB Crystal Radio Awards have recognized radio stations for their outstanding year-round commitment to community service. Among their outstanding public service, WWJ-AM does a lot of work to highlight local charitable organizations.

KXLG-FM Awarded 2018 NAB Crystal Radio Award

Date Posted: 11/1/2018

KXLG-FM Watertown, S.D. was awarded the 2018 National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Crystal Radio Award. Since 1987, the NAB Crystal Radio Awards have recognized radio stations for their outstanding year-round commitment to community service. Among their outstanding public service, KXLG-FM listeners raised over $73,000 for charity in 2017.

WTMX-FM Awarded 2018 NAB Crystal Radio Award

Date Posted: 11/1/2018

WTMX-FM Chicago, Ill. was awarded the 2018 National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Crystal Radio Award. Since 1987, the NAB Crystal Radio Awards have recognized radio stations for their outstanding year-round commitment to community service. Among their outstanding public service, WMTX-FM stepped up to the plate to help victims through the American Red Cross of the many natural disasters around the country in 2017.

KFOR-AM Awarded 2018 NAB Crystal Radio Award

Date Posted: 11/1/2018

KFOR-AM Lincoln, Neb. was awarded the 2018 National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Crystal Radio Award. Since 1987, the NAB Crystal Radio Awards have recognized radio stations for their outstanding year-round commitment to community service. One of KFOR-AMs many initiatives is Operation Santa Claus, which provided over 1,700 children with Christmas gifts in 2017.

WHKO-FM Awarded 2018 NAB Crystal Radio Award

Date Posted: 11/1/2018

WHKO-FM Dayton, Ohio was awarded the 2018 National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Crystal Radio Award. Since 1987, the NAB Crystal Radio Awards have recognized radio stations for their outstanding year-round commitment to community service. Among their outstanding public service, WHKO-FM has built a reputation as a station listener know they can rely on when their community needs support.





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