to 2005 before moving to ABC in 2006. CMA Awards winners are chosen in three rounds of voting. The first female to win CMA Entertainer of the Year was Loretta Lynn. Vince Gill hosted the most consecutive CMA Awards ceremonies in the history of the show from 1992 to 2003. The CMA Awards was broadcast on television for the first time in 1968 on NBC. Awards criteria, rules of election and balloting procedures are established by CMAs Board of Directors. The first CMA Awards Banquet and show was held in 1967. They each won three times. Brooks Dunn is the only duo to have ever won CMA Entertainer of the Year. The reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year is Luke Bryan.