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Bill Cody and Bob Robbins will be inducted into the Country Music DJ Hall of Fame.
has been recognized as the number one disc jockey in Little Rock for over 20 years, leading his
station to win a number of industry awards.
career started in Little Rock at Top 40 powerhouse KAAY (Little Rock, AR) in 1967.
moved to KSSN-FM (Little Rock, AR) at the station's inception in 1979 and was named CMA Broadcast Personality of the Year in 1996.
KSSN-FMï¿½s awards include: 1990 NAB Marconi Award (Best Medium Market Station), 1990 Arkansas Broadcasters Association
Most Admired Station, 1991 Billboard Country Radio Station of the Year, 1991 CMA Station of the Year, and 1996 NAB Marconi Award (Medium Market Station of the Year).
remains at KSSN-FM (Little Rock, AR) as morning air personality Country Radio Hall of Fame Inductees: Jaye Albright has consulted hundreds of Country radio stations and broadcast companies throughout the United States and Canada.
first award in 1964 as Production Director of WCUE
(Cuyahoga Falls, OH) for one of the Ten Best Local Commercials in America as determined by the Radio Advertising Bureau
After a career in local radio which included two years as Program Director of KHOS (Tucson, AZ), three years as morning personality and Operations Manager at KUZZ/KUXX (Bakersfield CA), and a year as morning personality and Program Director for KEEN (San Jose, CA) she became National Programming Consultant for Drake-Chenault Enterprises.
In 1984, she
returned to local radio as Program Director of KMPS
She has served on the Country Radio Broadcasters Board of Directors and the Country Radio Seminar Agenda Committee as well as the Country Music Association Board of Directors.
Whit Davis Lumber Plus announces 60th Anniversary Celebration â€“ Chance to win $1,000 CASH
Bob Robbins, with KSSN 96, will kick-off the celebration by broadcasting live at the company's Greenbrier store on Friday, April 5th from 12:00pm-2:00pm, while giving out free hot dogs and t-shirts.
Jennifer Trafford - KSSN 96 -- Arkansas Radio Station!
Jennifer Trafford - 5a-10a with Bob Robbins in the Morning
Mornings with Bob Robbins 5-10am Monday-Friday
Fired from The Point
94.1 in January, Jennifer Trafford has returned to radio, joining up with longtime KSSN
96 personality Bob Robbins
for the country music station's morning show from 5 a.m. to 10 a.m. Trafford made her debut Monday.
Asked if it might be difficult to share airtime after going solo for more than three decades, Robbins
, the veteran KSSN personality, quickly replied: "I can share with her
the sugar in my coffee."
But it's actually not the first time Trafford will have been on air with Robbins
read the news for Clear Channel-owned KSSN
(and three other stations that no longer exist, including the legendary Magic 105) in the morning for Robbins
from 1997 to 1999, when she
was fresh out of school at the University of Central Arkansas
"She's the only [co-host] I'd have," said Robbins, a Country Radio Broadcasters Hall of Fame member, last week before Trafford officially joined him on air.
Bob & Jennifer: Bob Robbins | Jennifer Trafford
Bob Robbins, the ...
Bob Robbins, the perennially-behatted morning DJ who has ruled the Arkansas radio ratings from atop his throne at KSSN 96 since joining the station in 1979, will be moving to a new morning show with co-host Jennifer Trafford on Clear Channel sister station KMJX 105.1 The Wolf, Clear Channel Little Rock announced today.
The Wolf, with its classic country format, will likely be a good fit for Robbins
Way back in 2004, I wrote a profile of Robbins
for the Arkansas TImes
At the time, Bob (real name: Robert Spears) had been the number one DJ in Little Rock radio for an unheard of 20 years in a row, while remaining at the same radio station nearly his entire career - which is equally as unheard of in the nomadic world of modern radio.
won a Country Music Association
Award this year for best media market radio station of the year from the Country Music Association
, thanks in no small measure to Robbins
and co-host Trafford.
Read the full press release about Robbins'
move on the jump...
Clear Channel Media and Entertainment Little Rock
Announces New Programming for KMJX 105.1 The Wolf and KSSN 96 FM
and Jennifer Trafford to Move to KMJX
and Jennifer Trafford will move to 105.1 The Wolf and The Bobby Bones Show will join KSSN 96 FM
, beginning January 2, 2014.
Robbins began his radio career in Little Rock in 1972 on KAAY-AM and joined KSSN 1979.
helped to build the KSSN
brand as a dominant station in the market and has been a champion for the local community - he
helped to start "The Toy Hill Weekend," one of the largest toy drives the in the U.S. that benefits the Marine Corps Reserves Toys For Tots campaign.
has also been recognized by the radio industry including a Country Music Association
Award for radio personality of the year and a Marconi Award as well as being inducted into the Country Music DJ Hall of Fame
"It's been a great 34 years helping to build one of America's leading radio stations and I've loved every minute of being on KSSN
," said Robbins
Tags: Bob Robbins
, Jennifer Trafford, KSSN
, The Wolf, CMA
, leaving, retiring, Music
is an icon of Little Rock radio.
Having been on KSSN 96 since it's arrival in Little Rock, Bob
has been a part of the community and a part of radio for many years.
5:00-10:00 AM Monday through Friday on KSSN 96, more live appearances on-location than we can even count, Toy Hill each December and wherever there's a need in the community.
At 7:15 each morning, Bob
features a school each week to recite the Pledge of Allegiance.
E-mail Jennifer at email@example.com or find her
96 Monday-Friday mornings 5-10 am with Bob Robbins
and on Saturdays from 6A-noon.
If you and Bob
happen to choose him I don't think you will be disappointed with your choice!!!