CRS Announces Research Project For 2014 Seminar
October 21, 2013 at 9:34 AM (PT)
COUNTRY RADIO SEMINAR (CRS) will present a comprehensive music research study during CRS 2014, titled, “THE NEW ‘YOUNG COUNTRY’ BOOM AND WHAT IT MEANS TO YOU.”
EDISON RESEARCH is conducting the project, targeting 1,500 12-34-year-old music and radio users to seek insight into their attitudes and behaviors about music. In addition, EDISON will interview young Country music users in their home environments to provide an ethonographic study of their habits.
“This will be more than CRS has gotten from EDISON in the past,” said EDISON Pres. LARRY ROSEN. “Both quantitative and qualitative research -- and we hope to make it the most talked-about, useful presentation at CRS 2014.”
CRS board member JOEL RAAB, who serves on the organization’s research committee added, “This study will be a thorough look at both the present and the future of the format, with plenty of actionable information on many different levels.”
The study will be presented WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 19th at 2:30pm (CT).
CRS 2014 will be held FEBRUARY 19th-21st, 2014 at the downtown NASHVILLE CONVENTION CENTER. The CRS 2014 Early Bird registration rate of $399 expire FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1st; after the deadline, registration increases to the regular rate of $499. Details here.