Corus lands 30 nominations for the Canadian Music and Broadcasting Industry Awards

It’s about that time to celebrate accomplishments in Canadian music — and there is plenty to celebrate. On the heels of the Juno Awards, the list of nominees for this years’ Canadian Music and Broadcasting Industry Awards has just been released and Corus Entertainment Inc., the parent company of Global News, has received 30 nominations.

The Awards take place May 10 at Rebel Entertainment Complex in Toronto and are a part of Canadian Music Week. CMW sees fans, artists and industry veterans meet for seven days of live performances and professional development seminars.

Here are the categories that the Corus Entertainment group of stations and talent are up for this year.

Music Director – Secondary

Mark Cameron – FM 96 (London)
Toni Ross – 103.1 Fresh Radio (London)

Music Director – Small

Leigh Robert – Country 104 (Woodstock)

On Air Talent – Major

Derringer in the Morning – Q107 (Toronto)
Jeff O’Neil – CFOX (Vancouver)
Willy in the Morning – Rock 101 (Vancouver)

On Air Talent – Secondary

Taz & Jim – FM96 (London)

Program Director – Major

Dustin Collins – Rock 101 (Vancouver)
Phil Kallsen – Country 105/Q107 (Calgary)
Ross MacLeod – 102.1 The Edge (Toronto)

Program Director – Secondary

Brad Gibb – FM96 (London)

Promotion

Feel Good Frenzy – Peggy 99.1 (Winnipeg)
Mobile Morning Show – Q107 (Toronto)
Secret Boarding Pass – 102.1 The Edge (Toronto)

Station of the Year – Medium

FM96 (London)

Station of the Year – Adult Contemporary (AC)

103.1 Fresh Radio (London)

Station of the Year – (CHR)

Jump 106.9 (Ottawa)

Station of the Year – Classic/Gold

Boom 99.7 (Ottawa)
Rock 101 (Vancouver)
Q107 (Calgary)
Q107 (Toronto)

Station of the Year – Country

CISN Country 103.9 (Edmonton)
Country 105 (Calgary)
Country 104 (Woodstock)

Station of the Year – News/Talk

980 CFPL (London)
CKNW (Vancouver)
630 CHED (Edmonton)

Station of the Year – Rock

102.1 The Edge (Toronto)
CFOX (Vancouver)

Station of the Year – Small

Country 104 (Woodstock)

 

You can also check out the full list of nominees in both the broadcast and music industry categories. Though most Canadian Music Week performances and seminars are open to the general public, voting for the awards is only open to active members of the music and broadcast industries.

Jessi Cruickshank also returns to host the Awards.

 

© 2018 Global News, a division of Corus Entertainment Inc.

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