The hits keep on coming for Miami Sports Radio 560 WQAM.

After welcoming the Miami Dolphins back into the fold this past month, 560’s Hochman, Crowder & Krantz (HCK) Show and one of its namesakes – Channing Crowder – received local honors from the New Times Publications Tuesday.

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The HCK Show, the station’s afternoon drive-home program airing weekdays from 2 to 6 p.m., received the honor of “Best Radio Show” from the Miami New Times as a part of its “Best of Miami” Arts and Entertainment section.

The trio of Marc Hochman, Zach Krantz and Crowder, provide both insightful commentary and light-hearted comedic antics centered around the world of sports.

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Crowder, a former Dolphins linebacker, was added to the then-Hochman & Krantz Show in August 2015 and has been the perfect addition to the show with his off-beat outlook, hearty laugh and stories from his playing days.

That signature laugh helped earn the retired pro the honor of “Best Radio Personality” from the Broward/Palm Beach New Times in its “Best of Broward-Palm Beach” Arts and Entertainment section.

The power and popularity of the show booms as Crowder earned the “Best Personality” honor a year after Hochman received the same praise from The New Times in 2015.

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Guess the spotlight is on you, Krantz…