Land Line Now, a radio show produced by the Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association, was recognized by the International Automotive Media Awards on June 23 at the Automotive Hall of Fame in Dearborn, MI.
News Anchor Reed Black and Producer/Senior Sound Engineer Barry Spillman received a Gold Award plus a Best of All Radio award for a story titled “There’s a Wall in Washington,” which is about the annual motorcycle cross-country event called the “Run for the Wall.”
Senior Correspondent Terry Scruton and Producer/Senior Sound Engineer Barry Spillman received a Gold Award for a story called “Aaron Tippin – Back on the Road.”
The Land Line Now staff won a Bronze award in the Public Service category for conducting a telethon for OOIDA’s troops care package program called “The Truckers for Troops Telethon.”
The International Automotive Media Awards competition is a program that recognizes and encourages excellence in all forms of automotive media.
Land Line Now is the first daily news and information program designed specifically for America’s truck drivers. The show is broadcast nationwide each day on Sirius XM Satellite Radio’s Road Dog Trucking channel, Sirius 147 and XM 171. For more information on the show, visit landlinenow.com.