Okanagan radio station wins CCMA award

Radio station presented with the 2017 On Air Personalities of the Year Award- Medium Market

The Okanagan’s New Country 100.7, not only helped present awards at the Canadian Country Music Association Awards but came home with one themselves.

During the ceremonies, Okanagan’s New Country 100.7’s The Casey Clarke Show with Roo Phelps, were presented with the 2017 On Air Personalities of the Year Award- Medium Market.

This award is presented to Canadian country music on-air radio personalities who exemplify the development of Canadian country talent through their presentation on-air for a Canadian country radio station.

“Congratulations to all the nominees from this afternoon’s award ceremony. On behalf of our entire association, we are truly appreciative of all the ways you elevate the genre of Canadian country music,” said Tracy Martin, interim president of the Canadian Country Music Association.

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