CDR Radio’s Cedarville University Chapel broadcast was named the National Winner in the religious category of the 2004 Silver Microphone Awards. CDR’s Web site, www.thepath.fm, was named the National Finalist in the radio station Web site category.
Photo credit: Scott L. Huck/Cedarville University
by Public Relations Office
August 20, 2004
Cedarville, OhioCDR Radio, The PATH®, has been named a National Winner and National Finalist in the Silver Microphone Awards for 2004. The competition, in its 20th year, is designed to select the best local and regional radio commercials, audio programs, and Web sites created by advertising agencies, audio production companies, and radio stations in the United States. CDR Radio`s Cedarville University Chapel broadcast was named the National Winner in the religious category, and www.thepath.fm was named the National
Finalist in the radio station Web site category.
The Silver Microphone Award competition was open to the more than 40,000 advertising agencies, production studios, and radio stations in the United States. Entries in the 39 categories were judged for creativity, production quality, copywriting, talent, and overall effectiveness.
A panel of judges, representing all aspects of the broadcast and advertising industry, rated each entry. Four finalists from each category entered a second round of judging to determine the National Winner in each category.
Known as THE PATH®, The CDR Radio Network currently operates three primary, non-commercial FM stations and six FM translator facilities serving a potential audience of more than 3.8 million listeners. The network also operates CDR Cyber Radio, an Internet broadcasting service at www.thepath.fm. For more information, contact John Davis, director of community services, at 1-800-333-0601.