ACM Offers Two-Hour Radio Special Free To Programmers

Now-That's-What-I-Call-ACM-AwardsThe Academy of Country Music is announcing the first-ever radio special offered free to programmers nationwide, in celebration of the upcoming 50th ACM Awards and NOW That’s What I Call ACM Awards 50 Years album.

The two-hour radio special, hosted by Donna Hughes, will feature audio clips from past ACM Awards alongside recordings celebrating the ACM Awards’ 50-year history including contemporary hits and timeless classics from NOW That’s What I Call ACM Awards 50 Years.

The radio program is barter-free with up to 14 minutes of local avails per hour. Stations may contact Bob Guerra at [email protected] for download and cut sheet information.

The 50th Academy of Country Music Awards airs live on CBS next Sunday, April 19.

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