Country Radio Broadcasters, Inc.® is planning the “CRS: One on One” mentoring session, to be held May 7 in Nashville, Tenn. KYGO Program Director, Joel Burke, and president of Rusty Walker Programming, Rusty Walker, will be the featured speakers at the one-day session. Only twelve applicants will be accepted, in order to encourage candid, one-on-one interaction and discussion between participants about the current issues and challenges faced by those working in the Country Radio industry.
“As we continue the evolution of Country Radio Seminar, the idea to bring a select group of radio programmers together to learn and exchange ideas in an intimate setting is a logical step in the process,” explains CRB Executive Director Bill Mayne. “Much like ‘Inside the Actors Studio,’ this will give upcoming programmers an amazing opportunity to gain perspective and specific feedback on issues shaping the course of their career. With candid conversation being the only agenda at CRS: One on One, we are eager to gauge the response from this event for consideration towards future endeavors.”
Programmers interested in attending must submit the application found on www.CRB.org before Friday, April 23 at 5 p.m. CST. Eligible applicants must have radio programming experience (any market size) and pay a $59 participation fee, which includes lunch during the session. A random lottery system drawing will determine the 12 accepted applicants. Those accepted will be notified and listed on the CRB website no later than Monday, April 26.
The CRB offices are located at 819 18th Ave. S., Nashville, TN, 37203. For more information, visit www.CRB.org or contact the CRB office at 615.327.4487.
The functions of syndicated radio programming is the focus of the latest installment of CMA Industry InSite, an online educational series, posted today. The twelfth episode, “Taking Syndication to the Nation,” features interviews with Blair Garner, Host, “After Midnite with Blair Garner”; Bryan Switzer, VP Programming/Distribution, Citadel Media Networks; and Rosemary Young, Senior Producer, Premiere Radio Networks.
This latest installment discusses the ways in which syndicated programming are used by local radio stations as well as ways in which recording artists can use syndicated programming for marketing and promotion. It can be viewed by CMA members here.
Episodes are posted on the third Monday of the month. With each new episode, CMA members are able to submit questions to the panel of experts.
Non-CMA members will be able to view the first four episodes in the series on CMA’s consumer Web site, CMAworld.com. Episode four, “The Music Rule of Law,” will be posted today. The series is produced by digital marketing firm Hi-Fi Fusion.