The Power Of Urban Radio Forum & NABOB Team For Annual Event
September 9, 2015 at 5:59 AM (PT)
KIZART MEDIA PARTNERS will present the 15th ANNUAL POWER OF URBAN RADIO FORUM in WASHINGTON, D.C. on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7th and THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8th.
The event will once again take place in association with the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BLACK OWNED BROADCASTERS (NABOB).
This years conference at the MARRIOTT GEORGETOWN HOTEL will host a forum of CEOs and global marketers which will include MCDONALD's USA, AARP, TOYOTA USA, TRACFONE, and WELLS FARGO.
AARP SVP/Multicultural Marketing EDNA KANE-WILLIAMS will deliver the luncheon keynote. There will also be a special guest appearance by Executive Producer JUDY SMITH of the ABC-TV drama, SCANDAL.
KIZART MEDIA PARTNERS Managing Dir./Founder SHERMAN KIZART said, "This promises to be the most impactful POWER OF URBAN RADIO FORUM yet. We bring together a powerful lineup of national leading advertisers, media agencies, broadcast owners and executives for an event referred to as best in class."
The National Marketing Executives Panel will be led by ONE SOLUTION Pres. DETAVIO SAMUELS. The distinguished group will include marketing execs from MCDONALDS USA, AARP, TOYOTA USA, TRACFONE and WELLS FARGO. They will discuss the strategic importance of the African-American consumer market to the success of their companies as well as the tactical importance of Urban Radio.
GLOBAL MEDIA CEOs from MEDIA VEST-USA, OMD-USA and OPTIMEDIA will talk about the future of media planning and placement as it relates to the worlds leading advertising and marketing trends impacting Urban Radio.
RADIO ADVERTISING BUREAU (RAB) Pres./CEO ERICA FARBER will lead discussions on current & future advertising and the marketing trends impacting Urban Radio.
DR. KAREN STREETER, National Radio Host of 'ON THE COUCH WITH DR. KAY' will serve as MC for this years POWER OF URBAN RADIO FORUM.
Co-Chairmen of the event are WHUR/WASHINGTON, D.C. GM JIM WATKINS, CBS RADIO/WASHINGTON, D.C. SVP/Market Manager STEVE SWENSON, and RADIO ONE/WASHINGTON, D.C. Regional SVP JEFF WILSON.