CMT, mTheory announce diversity-aimed 2024 Equal Access country music cohort

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Marcus Dowling
April 6, 2024
Tennessean
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CMT and national artist development, marketing, and strategy company mTheory have announced the third cohort of their successful partnership for the Equal Access program for Black, Native, Indigenous, Latino, LGBTQ+ and female country music advocacy. The new cohort, listed below, will be debuting in Austin, Texas, on Sunday night on the red carpet for CMT's 2024 Music Awards.

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Group of people including Julie WIlliams, Chris housman, and Carmen Dianne
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