Fitzner nominated for CMA broadcast award

Cory Fitzner of the nationally syndicated Country Top 40 with Fitz has been nominated for the Country Music Association’s Weekly National Broadcast Personality of the Year.
Fitzner, a 1996 graduate of Bowie High School, took on the new show in December 2019 after he was selected to follow in the footsteps of the late Bob Kingsley who was the voice and creator of Top 40 Country Music Countdown. This is his second time being nominated for a CMA award. In 2020 while host of Fitz in the Morning on 98.9 KNUS in Seattle, he was nominated for major market personality/show of the year and major market radio station of the year.

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