NAB Opens 2010 Marconi Radio Award Nominations


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Washington - Apr 29, 2010 - The 2010 NAB Marconi Radio Awards nomination process will open May 1, 2010. The award recognizes overall excellence in radio broadcasting. To be considered for a 2010 NAB Marconi Radio Award, general managers may nominate their station in the Station of the Year by Market Size and/or Station of the Year by Format categories, as well as one of their outstanding air personalities in the Personality of the Year by Market Size category. They may also submit nominations for Legendary Station" and "Network/Syndicated Personality of the Year.

Stations must submit their nominations online at www.nab.org/marconis. All nominations must be received by May 31, 2010. Finalists will be announced in July.

On September 30, the winners will be announced during the NAB Marconi Radio Awards Dinner and Show at the Radio Show in Washington, DC (Sept. 29 - Oct. 1).

Winners are chosen by the NAB Marconi Radio Awards Selection Academy. The Academy is made up of general managers, program directors, regional radio executives, owners, programming consultants and former radio executives.




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