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Arqiva Awards – Nominations

The nominations for the 2007 Arqiva Commercial Radio Awards have been announced. This year saw a high number of entires from stations up and down the country, and sees a new Creative Award introduced, to recognise in-house production employees contribution to commercial radio.

Andrew Harrison, CEO of RadioCentre said: “We’re absolutely delighted that we have had such a great response from stations. The Presenter, Programme & Feature and Social Action Initiative Award categories have had particularly high entry levels. It has also been gratifying to see both the Technical Innovation and Digital Station categories grow over time. Across the board, entries came from stations across the four corners of the UK and from a variety of genres which is fantastic. It was also particularly pleasing to hear judges commenting on the high standard of the entries we received this year.”

Paul Eaton, head of radio at Arqiva, said, "The number of entries this year emphasises the increasing growth of the Commercial Radio sector and the talent it embraces. This is the eighth year that Arqiva has sponsored the awards and our commitment stems from the fresh innovation and skill found within the industry year after year. We are proud to support the sector and look forward to recognising the winners of this year's awards."

The Nominations in full:

[b]The Arqiva Commercial Radio Marketing Award[/b]
97.2 Beacon Radio — Bring a Bra to Work
100.7 Heart FM — Station Marketing
EMAP Radio Events — Rock Against Racism

[b]The Arqiva Local Sales Team of the Year[/b]
Citybeat
Heart
Wave 105

[b]The Arqiva National Sales Team of the Year[/b]
Classic FM
talkSPORT
Virgin Radio

[b]The Arqiva Commercial Radio Station of the Year < 300,000 TSA[/b] 107.4 The Quay Oxford’s 107.9 FM Rother FM [b]The Arqiva Commercial Radio Station of the Year 300,000 — 1 million TSA[/b] Citybeat Red Dragon TFM [b]The Arqiva Commercial Radio Station of the Year > 1 million TSA[/b]
Choice 96.9 & 107.1 FM
Radio City
talkSPORT

[b]The Arqiva Commercial Radio Programmer of the Year[/b]
Francis Currie, Heart
Darren Henley, Classic FM and theJazz
Bill Ridley, talkSPORT

[b]The Arqiva/Skillset Commercial Radio Presentation Newcomer(s) of the Year[/b]
John Bishop, Radio City 96.7
Tom Braham, The Saint
Tim Cocker, XFM Manchester

[b]The Arqiva/RCS Commercial Radio Presenter(s) of the Year[/b]
Adam Catterall, 97.4 Rock FM
Jo & Twiggy, Trent FM
Christian O’Connell, Virgin Radio

[b]The Arqiva Commercial Radio Station Sound[/b]
96.3 Radio Aire
Heart 106.2
Magic 105.4fm

[b]The Arqiva Commercial Radio News Award[/b]
Beacon FM
Hallam FM
Key 103

[b]The Arqiva Commercial Radio Programme or Feature of the Year[/b]
Classic FM, Friendly Guide to Music
Radio City, Welcome to Liverpool 8
Real Radio Wales, Aberfan

[b]The Arqiva Commercial Radio Station Creative Award[/b]
102.1 Swansea Bay Radio, Trade Centre Wales
106 — 108 Real Radio Creative Team, WYCR ‘GPS’
Wirral’s Buzz 97.1 FM, RASA ‘I Have Been Raped’

[b]The Arqiva Commercial Radio Technical Innovation Award[/b]Capital 95.8
Chrysalis, EMAP, GCap, Virgin and Switch Digital
talkSPORT

[b]The Arqiva Commercial Radio Digital Station of the Year[/b]
Gaydar
theJazz
Planet Rock

[b]The Arqiva Commercial Radio Social Action Initiative Award[/b]
Choice FM, ‘Gun Crime’
Heart FM, ‘Run for Home’
Star Cambridge, ‘Liam’s Mile’

The Neil Robinson Memorial Award, The Arqiva/IRN Newslink Special Award and The Arqiva Gold Award will all be announced at the ceremony on 2nd July. Good luck to everyone who has been nominated from RadioToday.co.uk!


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