Country Radio Broadcasters is offering a deep dive into some of the research presented during CRS 2021 in its March CRS360 Webinar series, “CRS 2021 Research Presentation: A Closer Look,” on Wednesday, March 24 at 1 p.m. CT. Big Machine Records GM Clay Hunnicutt, who also chairs the CRB Research Committee, will moderate the episode of CRS360.
The Annual CRS Research Project was conducted by NuVoodoo and presented by the company’s Carolyn Gilbert and Leigh Jacobs during last month’s CRS 2021: The Virtual Experience. The project focused on how country listening habits may have changed during the COVID-19 pandemic, and what the “new normal” for the country industry means. The full video presentation, plus all materials that accompanied it, are available to all CRS 2021 attendees at the On-Demand page of crsvirtual2021.com.
“Carolyn, Leigh, and the team at NuVoodoo have delivered a comprehensive look at the status of country listening habits, a project which included a massive sample size of more than 3,000 respondents,” said CRB Executive Director RJ Curtis. “There is a ton of useful, actionable data here which warrants another, deeper look. CRB appreciates the work NuVoodoo has done, and their willingness to provide more analysis for radio.”
Those wanting to attend the March edition of the CRS360 webinar series can sign up here. Only a limited number of slots are available and are based on a first-come, first-served basis. Upcoming CRS360 webinars will continue to offer more recaps and deeper analysis of sessions from CRS 2021: The Virtual Experience, including Talk Data To Me, Talent Loving Coaching, Reinventing Yourself, and others to be announced soon. Past CRS360 webinars are also available for playback at countryradioseminar.com/crs360
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