Country Radio Broadcasters Announces 2020-2021 Agenda Committee

The Country Radio Broadcasters have announced the professionals who will serve on the 2020-2021 CRS Agenda Committee under Chairman Brent Michaels (KUZZ/Bakersfield) and Vice-Chair Joey Tack (KNCI/Sacramento).

The new agenda committee members are Carletta Blake (WGAR/Cleveland), Raffaella Braun (Triple Tigers), George Briner (Valory), Zena Burns (Futuri Media), Stephanie CallihanJustin Cole (WUSY/ Chattanooga), Maynard Cohen (iHeart), Jen Danielson (Pandora), Tim Gerst (Thinkswell), Shelley Hargis-Gaines (Broken Bow), Jeff James (CXO5 Partners), Rob Keegan (WXTU/Philadelphia), Ali Matkosky (Big Loud), Billy McKim (Associate Professor, Texas A&M University), Paul Miraldi (iHeart), Annie Ortmeier (UMG Nashville), Maurisa Pasick (Riser House), MoJoe RobertsDana Swearingen (KFRG/Riverside), Michelle Tigard-Kammerer (BMLG Records), Monta Vaden (Country Aircheck), and Ryan Wild (WLHK/Indianapolis).

As we prepare for a very important Country Radio Seminar in 2021 with all the recent changes in our industry, I think this team of professionals from many facets of Country music will help create an agenda of content that will be much needed as we head into the next 12 months,” said 2020-2021 Agenda Chairman Michaels. “I’d like to thank everyone who applied as we heard from so many qualified people, which gave us a very deep pool to select from.”

The CRS 2021 Agenda Committee is made up of volunteer industry members from all sectors of the country radio, streaming, and record industries. The committee is responsible for planning sessions, panels, and events for the upcoming year’s Country Radio Seminar. Country Radio Seminar 2021 will be held Feb. 17-19, 2021, at the Omni Nashville Hotel. 

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