By Lori Spencer

Programming a country music radio station is a challenge these days, radio programmers agree. What programmers can’t seem to agree on, however, is a format. While some DJs, program and music directors say this fluidity signals a healthyperiod of growth for country radio, traditionalists warn that playing too many crossover artists dilutes the brand. The good news for country radio today is that programmers have greater freedom in creating and defining their station’s unique sound. Whether playing traditional country or blazing new trails…

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  1. […] a Country Music Radio Station is a challenge these days, radio programmers agree. What programmers can’t seem to agree on, […]

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