CRB To Offer Another CMA Research Study At CRS-41
October 19, 2009 at 9:05 AM (PT)
The COUNTRY RADIO BROADCASTERS (CRB) will once again present the CMA RESEARCH PRESENTATION at CRS 41 (COUNTRY RADIO SEMINAR), which will be held FEBRUARY 24th-26th, 2010 in NASHVILLE.
This year's CMA RESEARCH PRESENTATION will feature key findings from the recent PRIME PROSPECTS STUDY, which includes a deeper examination of consumer trends related to radio and radio websites. The study also gives results from an upcoming 4th quarter ANNUAL TRACKING STUDY.
The presentation will be held THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25th at 11a (CT) at the NASHVILLE CONVENTION CENTER in MUSIC CITY.
CRB Pres. BECKY BRENNER said: “This kind of consumer research is invaluable, and we are thrilled that the CMA has chosen COUNTRY RADIO SEMINAR as the platform to deliver the data. To insure that our registrants go home with actionable information, we have set aside time for a follow up session to discuss practical applications for the country music industry. These two sessions alone are worth the cost of registration.”
Last year's CMA RESEARCH PRESENTATION surveyed more than 7,500 consumers in an effort to define key trending statistics for Country music fans, including listener and viewership habits, revenue drivers, economic factors and further profile studies.
For more info on this year's event and registration for CRS 41, visit www.crb.org.