Nominees Sought For 2011 Rockwell Award
January 20, 2011 at 10:32 AM (PT)
THE CONCLAVE is once again reaching out to the entire industry to help select nominees for THE ROCKWELL AWARD - an annual lifetime achievement award given to an individual of unquestioned accomplishment inside the radio industry.
Ideally, a ROCKWELL AWARD recipient is a person who is not just an inspirational leader, but a person of great accomplishment - one who teaches and guides others directly, by example, or both. The successful nominee has made lasting and significant contributions not just inside their industry, but to the public the industry serves.
The ROCKWELL nomination guidelines are as follows:
1. Any member of the industry may nominate one or more persons for the ROCKWELL award. They may come from any walk of industry life: a syndicated or local talent, a single market or national programmer, a general manager or group owner, a production or promotion professional, V/O talent, etc.
2. All nominations must be accompanied by supporting evidence sufficiently detailed for the CONCLAVE BOARD to render a decision (e.g., a resume; accounts of industry accomplishment; testimonials from individuals or organizations regarding the nominee’s body of work and contribution, etc.)
3. Nominations must be made in writing, sent to the CONCLAVE office via mail (4517 Minnetonka Blvd #104, MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55416), e-mail (email@example.com), or fax (952-927-4487) no later than 6p CT on FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11th.
Members of THE CONCLAVE Board of Directors and its staff will meet shortly thereafter to weigh the merits of each nominee. An announcement of the recipient will be made on or before MARCH 1st, 2011 and the AWARD will be presented during the 36th Annual Learning Conference, JULY 14-16th at the DOUBLETREE PARK PLACE HOTEL in MINNEAPOLIS.