NAB Show To Debut Small and Medium Market Radio Forum

The NAB Show will launch a Small and Medium Market Radio Forum exclusively for NAB members on Sunday, April 7 from 2:00 to 5:00pm.

The session will “offer high-level policy and technology briefings, a deep-dive Townhall discussion focused on the future of small and medium market radio, solution-oriented round-table discussions, and a NAB Show primer on sessions, events and exhibits relevant to small and medium market radio professionals” featuring representatives from the NAB’s Government Relations, Legal and Technology departments.

The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) is launching the Small and Medium Market Radio Forum at NAB Show, Sunday, April 7 (2:00 – 5:00 p.m.) at the Westgate. The forum, which is exclusive for NAB members, will offer high-level policy and technology briefings, a deep-dive Townhall discussion focused on the future of small and medium market radio, solution-oriented round-table discussions, and a NAB Show primer on sessions, events and exhibits relevant to small and medium market radio professionals.

Representatives from NAB’s Government Relations, Legal and Technology departments will provide top-level insight and updates on their respective initiatives. Round-table session highlights include non-traditional revenue strategies, on and off-air talent recruitment and software solutions.

“This program was specially created by NAB’s Small and Medium Market Radio Station Committee to address issues impacting radio and discuss solutions to advance the business,” said NAB Executive Vice President of Industry Affairs Steve Newberry. “We’re excited to provide a new forum for education and collaboration for our radio members at NAB Show.”

Registration is $199. However, the program is offered at no additional cost with the purchase of a Conference Flex Pass.

Registration and additional information on the NAB Show Small and Medium Market Radio Forum is available here.

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