Country Radio Broadcasters, Inc. will present another installment of CRS360 on Wednesday, May 20, at 1 p.m. CT. The webinar, titled “Five Things I’ve Learned: Programming During COVID-19,” will feature program directors Carletta Blake (WGAR/Cleveland), Brent Michaels (KUZZ/Bakersfield), and Joey Tack (KNCI/Sacramento) sharing five fundamental discoveries they’ve made while programming radio during the current pandemic. They’ll also discuss what programming fundamentals may look like on the other side of COVID-19 and field questions from audience members.
CRB Executive Director RJ Curtis commented, “During the past several weeks, PDs have been forced to throw out their usual programming playbook, and rewrite it on the fly. Creativity and innovation have occurred in real-time; what are the important lessons learned during this pandemic, and how many of them will remain applicable on the other side of this crisis?”
To register for “Five Things I’ve Learned: Programming During COVID-19,” sign up HERE.
To access previous CRS360 webinars, you can visit countryradioseminar.com. CRS360 webinars have included an in-depth look at “Tone Down Anxiety, Turn Up The Music: How To Cope With Stress and Uncertainty” featuring Miles Adcox, “CRS Research Presentation: Do You Know Your Listeners As Well As You Think You Do? – A Closer Look,” “The Impact of Ken Burns’ ‘Country Music’,” “Continuous Diary Market Measurement: An Update,” “Country Radio’s Podcasting Opportunity,” “A Discussion of Gender Balance at Country Radio: Part I and Part II,” and more.
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