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.