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Brooks leads award CMA winners

Monday, October 21, 2013 – Kix Brooks was among the winners of the Country Music Association radio awards announced Monday.

Brooks took home the National - Personality of the Year honor for his show "American Country Countdown."

Other winners were:

Major-Market Personality Of The Year - Doc Medek, Andie Summers & Kevin Crockett, Doc, Andie & Crockett, WXTU/Philadelphia.

Large-Market Personality Of The Year - Mike Wheless, Marty Young & Janie Carothers, Q Morning Crew, WQDR/Raleigh.

Medium-Market Personality Of The Year - Andy Ritchie, Alison West & Jimmy Holt, Andy & Alison And The Morning Crew, WIVK/Knoxville, Tenn.

Small-Market Personality Of The Year - Brian Gary, Todd Harding & Susan Moore, Good Morning Guys, KUAD/Ft. Collins, Col.

Major-Market Station Of The Year - KUPL/Portland, Ore.

Large-Market Station Of The Year - WCTK/Providence, R.I. Medium-Market Station Of The Year - KSSN/Little Rock, Ark. Small-Market Station Of The Year - WLLR/Quad Cities, Ia., Ill.

Winners will be honored at The 47th Annual CMA Awards on Wednesday, Nov. 6.

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