Congratulations to our 2018 Broadcast Excellence Award winning stations! Awards will be presented at the conclusion of the Great Lakes Media Show on March 6 at the Lansing Center in downtown Lansing.  Click here to register to attend.

                                 2018 BEA Winning Stations

                                                    *Order Duplicate Awards*

  

Commercial Radio

WBTI-FM
WCZY-FM
WGER-FM
WGHN-FM
WGKL-FM
WGLQ-FM
WHKB-FM
WHTC-AM
WIBM-AM
WIDL-FM
WJIM-AM
WJR-AM
WKHM-AM
WKHM-FM
WKZO-AM/FM
WLAV-FM
WLEN-FM
WLUN-FM
WMAX-FM
WMOM-FM
WNWN-AM
WOLV-FM
WOOD-AM/FM
WPHM-AM
WQBX-FM
WQON-FM
WSAQ-FM
WSGW-AM
WVFM-FM
WWJ-AM
WWWW-FM
WYKX-FM

Commercial Television

WBKB-TV
WBKP-TV/WBUP-TV
WDIV-TV
WEYI-TV
WILX-TV
WJBK-TV
WJMN-TV
WJRT-TV
WLNS-TV
WLUC-TV
WNEM-TV
WOOD-TV
WPBN/WTOM-TV
WSYM-TV
WWJ-TV
WWMT-TV
WWTV/WWUP-TV
WXMI-TV
WZZM-TV

Public Radio

Michigan Radio (WUOM-FM/WFUM-FM/WVGR-FM)
WCMU-FM
WDET-FM
WEMU-FM
WGVU-FM
WIAA-FM
WKAR-FM
WMUK-FM

Public Television

WCMU-TV
WDCQ-TV
WGVU-TV
WKAR-TV
WTVS-TV

Network Radio

Spartan Sports Network
Michigan’s Big Show

Network Television

Spartan All-Access Television Network

The MAB Broadcast Excellence Awards program is Michigan’s premiere broadcasting competition and awards show. Stations from across the state compete against a standard of excellence in various categories designed to showcase the best materials that Michigan broadcasters have to offer.

The Broadcast Excellence Award Ceremonies at the conclusion of the Great Lakes Media Show each year.

This annual competition is open to all commercial stations, public stations and statewide broadcasting networks based in Michigan. Commercial stations may only enter in the Commercial categories and Statewide Broadcasting Networks are eligible to enter in all Commercial categories. Only stations receiving Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) funding may enter in the Public categories. Public stations are defined as a station licensed to operate as a non-commercial broadcasting station with primary studios and FCC authorized broadcast operations in Michigan and in partnership with another entity or itself meeting the then applicable minimum qualifications established by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting for Community Service Grants, as adjusted from time to time.