Country Radio Broadcasters (CRB) has unveiled the 2023-2024 CRS Agenda Committee, who will work together to create the agenda for the annual three-day event.
Shelley Hargis (BMG/BBR Music Group) will serve as Agenda Chair, with Krista Hayes (Cumulus Media Nashville) and Jesse Tack (WUBE/Hubbard) serving as the committee’s Co-Vice Chairs.
“After attending CRS for 26 years, I am MORE passionate and excited about both CRS and the country industry than ever,” says Hargis. “I am honored to be a part of the Agenda Committee, and thrilled with the group we have coming together to build a fantastic CRS 2024!”
New committee members include Sally Allgeier (Red Street), Kevin Callahan (Pamal Broadcasting), Victoria Cappelli (AEG), Paisley Dunn (Seven Mountains Media), Nathan James (DBC Radio/WUBB), Brittani Koster (Big Loud), Charlie Maxx (Forever Media/WXCY), Gemma McInturff (Spotify), Caitlin Fisher (Cox Media Group), Jennifer Shaffer (BMG/BBR Music Group/Wheelhouse Records), Kathleen Shea (SiriusXM), Bryan Webb (Today’s Country Radio/The Kelleigh Bannen Show) and Adam Wilbur (Compass Media Networks).
Returning to the committee will be Emily Cohen (Amazon Music), Karina Farias-Dey (Edison Research), Tim Foisset (Warner Music Nashville), Alek Halverson (iHeartMedia/KAJA), Nicole Michalik (Beasley/WXTU), Ashley Morrison (iHeartMedia/WFUS) and Nick Steele (Audacy/KWJJ).
Additionally, Foisset will lead the agenda content for the Digital Music Summit, which will return on the first day of CRS 2024, taking place Feb. 28 – March 1.
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