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FutureStarrThe Country Radio Seminar's Key Showcases Are Shaping Up
Country Radio Seminar's key showcases are set to be one of the most exciting in years. This year's event will take place in Nashville, Tennessee from March 13-15.
This three-day event is a celebration of music, education and networking with panels, mentoring events, informative discussions and more. This year's lineup boasts some of the most talented and exciting Country artists!
CRS Heads of State Series will invite attendees into the corner offices of some of music and broadcast industry giants for daily exclusive, one-on-one conversations throughout a three day event. These discussions offer unique insight and global perspective on the current status of these industries, how they have recovered post pandemic, and how their companies plan to maintain success moving forward.
This year's Heads of State Series welcomes David Field (Chairman/President/CEO of Audacy) and Bob Pittman (CEO, iHeart Media). Also joining Ginny Morris, Chair and CEO of Hubbard; Scott Borchetta, President/CEO, Big Machine Label Group; Bob Proffitt, President/CEO, Alpha Media; Jon Loba, President BBR Music Group/BMG Nashville; and Randy Goodman Chairman and CEO at Sony Nashville are featured.
Additionally, Lon Helton of Country Aircheck and Erica Farber from RAB will serve as moderators for these critical conversations. All three speakers are established leaders in their industry whose insights and advice will be an invaluable asset to CRS' audience.
Country Radio Seminar's Heads of State Series is the cornerstone of their programming. Here, we invite the heads of key country radio and record labels to share their challenges, how they have managed to recover from the pandemic, and their vision for continued success in 2022.
On the CRS website, attendees can sign up for a free webinar to get an exclusive preview of this key series, which will take place during CRS 2022. The webinar takes place on September 16 at 1 p.m. CST and features Joel Denver, Erica Farber, Lon Helton and Mike McVay - moderators for the Heads of State Series at CRS 2022.
CRS will host the Heads of State Series as well as other industry and personal career development sessions during its 2022 convention. These talks will be led by experts from radio and music production, promotions, sales, and social media.
In addition to these in-person seminars, the CRS 2022 mobile app will also be accessible for download onto registered attendees' devices. The app features expanded session descriptions, speaker bios, artist performances and integrated calendar upgrades for an enhanced conference experience.
CRS has created its agenda with an eye towards identifying and resolving key issues affecting country music format. At each event, CRS brings together a diverse group of industry leaders to discuss pressing concerns that affect all aspects of the business.
On Wednesday, February 24th at the Omni Nashville Hotel, CRS 2022 Research Presentation was held by NUVOODOO and provided an in-depth look into CRS' multigenerational project findings that were not shared during its initial presentation.
This year's CRS 360 Webinar season premier will be "CRS Research Presentation 2022: What You Didn't See." Part one of a two-part series, it will reveal further comprehensive findings on lifestyle and behavioral issues not previously covered in the original presentation. This information offers invaluable and actionable insight for programmers targeting country consumer markets.
Media Research Strategist Mark Ramsey, a CRS 2022 presenter, will share additional data not displayed during his remarkable research presentation at CRS 2020. This includes demo and gender data tables which provide an in-depth examination of his groundbreaking findings.
At this webinar, Media Research Strategist Miles Adcox will offer sound stress management advice to help industry members better cope with fear and uncertainty during a national crisis like Covid-19. He'll present a case study featuring three day-to-day programmers who have adjusted their approach to listeners, communications, branding, music selection and more during this turbulent time.
On May 17th, CRS 2023: A Preview Webinar & Panel will be hosted by Joey Tack (CRS '23 Agenda Chair), Brent Michaels (CRS 2023 Agenda Vice Chair and CRB Board Member), Warner Music Nashville's Tim Foisset and Big Machine Records General Manager Clay Hunnicutt to highlight sessions, panels and other highlights of the upcoming 3-day event. In addition, CRS staff and guests will join the conversation.
The SACNAS National Diversity in STEM Conference, taking place October 26-28, 2023, will feature presentations from undergraduates, graduate students, and researchers. Through NDiSTEM, young researchers will receive the skillset and mentoring necessary to further their scientific endeavors.
Country Radio Seminar (CRS) has created the CRS 2022 Virtual Experience as a way to provide attendees with engaging and insightful content from CRS, while providing an accessible platform for industry professionals. It includes livestream sessions from CRS 2022 as well as on-demand material. The Virtual Experience will be accessible to full in-person registrants or can be purchased as an add-on by those unable to join in person.
The Virtual Experience will offer attendees the freedom to watch event sessions and networking events on their own schedule, with the exception of the New Faces Show. In addition to livestream sessions, CRS will provide a library of on-demand content that can be streamed or downloaded.
At CRS 2022 Virtual Experience, attendees will have access to various streaming and download platforms such as YouTube, Spotify, Pandora, Apple Music, Amazon and more. They'll learn how to utilize these tools for promotion of their own brand or artist while also discovering what other music artists are doing to reach new listeners.
Additionally, the CRS 2022 Virtual Experience will feature a panel on Twitch and how it can be utilized for promotion and distribution. Allison Laughter (Head of Digital Marketing & Streaming at Red Light) and Lauren Black (Editor of Country Now) will discuss how to market your brand or artist using this popular platform and the potential advantages it can provide.
At CRS 2022 Virtual Experience, attendees can take part in a range of breakout sessions and workshops that offer deeper understanding into topics or industry issues.
This year's conference comes at an important juncture for Country music, with several pressing issues facing its industry. Programmers were shocked when no CMA award winner thanked radio in November, while the Covid crisis has forced Country to reevaluate its relationship with streaming platforms and how it might compete in a world where Country is being exposed on other music-consuming platforms.
The CRS 2022 Annual Convention in Nashville will cover a broad range of Country music industry topics, but its Key Showcases promise to be an intimate reunion for its top stars and showcase some of Country music's newest artists. The CRS Agenda Committee is working hard to guarantee that 2022 CRS will be an unforgettable reunion for everyone involved with Country music.
This week, the Country Radio Seminar (CRS) begins in Nashville, Tennessee and many artists, labels, and industry professionals are eager to see where it all leads. CRS is a three-day event where music and broadcast industry leaders come together to network, exchange ideas, and make plans for their businesses' futures.
CRS is renowned for its Artist Interview series, an exclusive panel that features some of Country music's biggest stars. This year, WARNER MUSIC NASHVILLE artist and eight-time CMA Entertainer of the Year Kenny Chesney will be one of those featured during CRS 2023 from March 13-15 in Nashville for an exclusive Q+A session hosted by BMI during CRS 2023 on March 13-15.
At his interview at CRS 2023 at Omni Nashville Hotel, he will reflect on his career, artistic process and what comes next for him. This conversation will take place in front of a live audience at Omni Nashville Hotel where CRS 2023 takes place.
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