CRS-41 Offers New Streamlined Look
August 17, 2009 at 2:57 PM (PT)
THE COUNTRY RADIO BROADCASTERS (CRB) are announcing a "streamlined and overhauled," agenda for COUNTRY RADIO SEMINAR (CRS)- 41 to be held FEBRUARY 24th-26th at the NASHVILLE CONVENTION CENTER. The changes according to the CRB gives CRS a new look: " This year's topics stress relevant and usable information that can be applied in all radio station markets, regardless of size. In the past, panels were tailored to small, medium or large markets; this year each panel will apply to all market sizes and the music industry as well. The single day Sales panels have been redistributed this year throughout the three days of the seminar. Additionally, no more than three panels are being held simultaneously at any time during CRS 41."
"We listened to many of the suggestions we received after last year's CRS, and one of the most popular requests we had was that there were so many panels to attend, it was hard to choose which ones to go to," says KUPL/PORTLAND PD JOHN PAUL, CRB Agenda Chair. "So, this year we made a conscious effort to reassess our agenda and structure it in such a way that would allow attendees to see more of the panels."
For more information and to get a sneak peak at the Agenda for CRS-41, visit www.CRB.org.