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Kdub Hit Country Wins Radio Station of the Year

Kdub Hit Country
Kdub Hit Country

Kdub Hit Country, a 9-month-old online radio station with over 12,000 monthly listeners and based in Sacramento, was presented with the 2017 Radio Station of the Year Award on December 2, from Indie Artist Magazine's first annual awards ceremony. Kdub Hit Country won the prize over eight other nominated independent online radio stations.

"[Well], the votes do not lie," said Chief Editor and Owner of Indie Artist's Magazine Randy Lockhart, in a statement on Saturday, via Twitter. "You [Kdub Hit Country] are well deserving of the voting poll results from all of your listeners."

The major market FM-sounding station has an on-air staff consisting of former CBS Radio Country KNCI-FM (105.1)/Sacramento evening air talent Rex McNeil (Rex on the Radio), who has also been heard in San Francisco (KFRC, X100 FM), as well as Sacramento/Central Valley markets, most recently ending at KNCI-FM, joins Kdub in August.

"I am truly honored to accept this award," said Owner/air talent Kevin Williams. "None of this is possible without our loyal listeners, dedication, and the hard work put in by me and my Director of Programming and Midday on air talent Rex McNeil.

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