CMT Launches Next Women of Country Campaign

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CMT Launches Next Women of Country Campaign

Published on January 16, 2013 by CMT News

With a music chart largely dominated by men, CMT is shining the spotlight on the newest ladies of country music with its Next
Women of Country campaign, a yearlong multi-platform initiative showcasing the rising generation of signed and unsigned female
artists.

Launched Wednesday (Jan. 16), the network has named 10 female powerhouses to be promoted across CMT platforms
and at Nextwomen.CMT.com, with such exclusive
content as video premieres, performances and more across CMT, CMT.com, CMTEdge.com, CMT Pure, CMT Radio Networks and
more than 4 million followers on social media.

Hand-picked by CMT, the featured artists are Ashley
Monroe
, Holly Williams, Jana
Kramer
, Kacey Musgraves, Brandy
Clark
, Lauren Alaina, Sarah
Darling
, Rose Falcon, Rachel
Farley
and Kelleigh Bannen. Additional artists will join the
ranks all year long.

“Women are the cornerstone of country music,” said CMT senior vice president of music strategy
Leslie Fram. “We want to recognize, support and expose the next wave of authentic female artists, signed or independent, who
are writing, recording and making it happen on their own in a crowded, male-dominated format.”

CMT will partner with
the Next Women of Country artists throughout the year, with new video offerings this month from Jana Kramer (“Whiskey”) and
Holly Williams (“The Highway”), joining the recently-released video from Kacey Musgraves (“Merry
Go Round”
). In addition, CMT premiered an exclusive performance of Rose Falcon’s “You
Stole My Heart”
at NextWomen.CMT.com. Additional video content from each of the selected artists will debut on-air and
on the artist platform throughout the year.

NextWomen.CMT.com is part of Viacom Music Group’s artist platform experience
which launched in August 2012 and provides fans a central place to connect with artists they love.

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