101.5 LITE FM “Blood Moon Over Miami” Wins Big In Best Drama Category

Header_Blood_Moon_0Entercom Communications (NYSE:ETM). “Blood Moon Over Miami,” an original Halloween tale from Entercom’s 101.5 LITE FM (WLYF), won a Bronze Medal for Best Drama Special at the New York Festivals (NYF) International Radio Program Awards. The scripted radio drama, featuring Count Dracula in contemporary South Florida, was directed, written, and produced by Entercom South Florida Creative Services Director, Dave Corey.

“We’re thrilled that people enjoyed ‘Blood Moon Over Miami’ so much, and there is still so much interest in this form of storytelling and entertainment,” said Corey. “The award is a wonderful recognition of the high level of creativity that is flourishing in radio today. It also speaks volumes about the management of 101.5 LITE FM and the caliber of talent in the building,” said Dave Corey. “Director of Programming and Operations, Rob Sidney, was a visionary in bringing these specials to our audience.”

Dave Corey and the 101.5 LITE FM team captured their audience’s attention despite consumers facing more entertainment choices than ever before. The NYF critics recognized “Blood Moon Over Miami” among entries from 30 countries worldwide.

The NYF International Radio Program Awards were held on June 20 at the Manhattan Penthouse in New York. The winners were selected by award winning directors, producers, writers, creative directors, program directors, and other industry experts.Entercom Communications (NYSE:ETM). “Blood Moon Over Miami,” an original Halloween tale from Entercom’s 101.5 LITE FM (WLYF), won a Bronze Medal for Best Drama Special at the New York Festivals (NYF) International Radio Program Awards. The scripted radio drama, featuring Count Dracula in contemporary South Florida, was directed, written, and produced by Entercom South Florida Creative Services Director, Dave Corey.

“We’re thrilled that people enjoyed ‘Blood Moon Over Miami’ so much, and there is still so much interest in this form of storytelling and entertainment,” said Corey. “The award is a wonderful recognition of the high level of creativity that is flourishing in radio today. It also speaks volumes about the management of 101.5 LITE FM and the caliber of talent in the building,” said Dave Corey. “Director of Programming and Operations, Rob Sidney, was a visionary in bringing these specials to our audience.”

Dave Corey and the 101.5 LITE FM team captured their audience’s attention despite consumers facing more entertainment choices than ever before. The NYF critics recognized “Blood Moon Over Miami” among entries from 30 countries worldwide.

The NYF International Radio Program Awards were held on June 20 at the Manhattan Penthouse in New York. The winners were selected by award winning directors, producers, writers, creative directors, program directors, and other industry experts.

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