Radio Group Heads Set For Interep Symposium
June 21, 2007 at 10:28 AM (PT)
INTEREP's 2007 Radio Symposium -- Radio: New Century, New Directions, New Opportunities -- is set to feature commentary by several radio group heads. CUMULUS CEO LEW DICKEY will appear in a session entitled "Radio M&A -- Current Valuations, Future Trends," while EMMIS COO RICK CUMMINGS will be in a featured panel on "Radio Programming: Content In The New Century." The symposium will also feature a panel entitled "A View From The Top," featuring CITADEL's FARID SULEMAN, ENTERCOM's DAVID FIELD, INNER CITY's CHARLES WARFIELD and UNIVISION's GARY STONE.
In addition, IPG/MAGNA GLOBAL USA SVP/Director of Industry Analysis BRIAN WIESER will present "Understanding Changes in the Media Economy," a current overview of the ad-supported media economy.
Hosted by BEAR STEARNS broadcast analyst VICTOR MILLER, the symposium is set for next THURSDAY (6/28) at BEAR STEARNS WORLD HEADQUARTERS in NEW YORK CITY. Online registration is available at www.radiosymposium.com. Registration is $699. For more information, contact VICTOR LIRIO at (212) 309-9031 or firstname.lastname@example.org.