Country Radio Broadcasters, Inc., has announced Country Radio Seminar (CRS) 2021: The Virtual Experience, set for Tuesday, Feb. 16-Friday, Feb. 19, adding an extra day of content and a newly-launched Streaming Summit.
Next year’s online-only experience will include educational panels, virtual networking, and workshops. Every registration will include access to the New Faces of Country Music Show, Bob Kingsley’s Acoustic Alley, and the daily label lunchtime performances.
Kurt Johnson, CRB/CRS Board of Directors President, commented, “While we can’t be together at the Omni, we can still celebrate CRS together online. I look forward to seeing you all there…for CRS 2021!”
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Also new for 2021 is the Streaming Summit, which will be held Feb. 16 and will feature industry professionals and platform experts providing insights on trends, strategies, and best practices to optimize digital assets and streaming platforms.
“Now, everybody can come to CRS,” commented CRB Executive Director RJ Curtis. “Our expanded, four-day ‘CRS 2021: The Virtual Experience’ will be an uncompromising event, providing attendees with more than 14 educational sessions, four morning networking events, three lunchtime performances, four interactive workshops, all-day networking, Bob Kingsley’s Acoustic Alley, and, for the first time in CRS history, a New Faces of Country Music ticket with every registration.”
Early Bird Registration for CRS 2021: The Virtual Experience will open on Oct. 28 at Noon CT / 1 p.m. ET at $149 per person and will be offered through Nov. 4. The registration rate will increase to $199 on November 5. All registrations include access to the 2021 New Faces of Country Music Show.
A CRS360 Webinar Session will be held at 11 a.m. (CT) Wednesday, Oct. 28, offering additional details, answering questions, and revealing more content featured at CRS 2021: The Virtual Experience. Only a limited number of slots are available for CRS360 and are based on a first-come, first-served basis. To register for the October installment of CRS360, sign up here. The Country Radio Broadcasters is taking questions in advance of the session. Inquiries must be received by close of the business day on Oct. 27 and can be submitted to [email protected].
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