National Association Of Black Owned Broadcasters Panel Set
August 7, 2013 at 4:11 PM (PT)
THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BLACK OWNED BROADCASTERS (NABOB) has revealed one of the top sessions that will be part of this year’s 17th Annual Fall Management Conference. The conference is scheduled for OCTOBER 2nd-4th at the WESTIN CITY CENTER HOTEL in WASHINGTON, D.C.
“Serving The Black Community – Programming For Today’s Audiences” will address how programming black radio is changing. Panelists will discuss what stations are doing to make their programming appeal even more to black audiences and how stations are changing their programming strategies to respond to competition from new competitors such as Internet and satellite.
They will also discuss why smart advertisers seek out black stations to get their message heard and appreciated by black audiences. And finally, the panelists will explain the loyalty for black audiences and the trust those audiences have for message they hear on our stations. This session is scheduled for WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2nd from 2-3:30p.