Houston Radio Raises Over $655,000 to Support Pediatric Care, Education and Research

Thursday, December 15, 2016 — Cox Media Group (CMG) Houston stations The New 93Q, Country Legends 97.1 and 106.9 and 107.5 Houston’s Eagle helped Texas Children’s Hospital reach Houstonians via the airwaves to raise $655,329.00 during the 13th annual Radiothon on Dec. 1-2, 2016. 


The two-day long live broadcast from Texas Children’s Hospital raised funds to benefit patient care, education, research at Texas Children’s Cancer Center, the building of a new pediatric tower in the medical center for the most critically ill children and the opening of a community hospital in North Houston – Texas Children’s Hospital The Woodlands. 


“We have caring listeners who step up each year to support our association with Texas Children’s Hospital,” said CMG Houston VP and Market Manager Mark Krieschen. “Having our radio stations participate for the 13th year shows our commitment to this great cause. Our hearts were touched again by the strength of the children and the dedication of volunteers and staff.”


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