Recruiting and retaining employees is one of the biggest challenge businesses in general face. And when it comes to broadcast, no one understands this issue better than Laurie Kahn. This past week Laurie, who describes her title as Chief Multitasker of Media Staffing Network just celebrated the company’s 25th anniversary. RAB President & CEO Erica Farber talks with Laurie about the art of hiring the right person for the right job and her thoughts on what radio can do to insure a great future for the next generation of broadcasters.
In this episode of the Radio on Main Street Podcast, as multitasking becomes the norm for all age groups, the average American spends more than 15 hours a day consuming media from dozens and dozens of sources. RAB President & CEO Erica Farber talks with Dave Van Dyke, President of Bridge Ratings Media Research who for the second year in a row released his finding with a new Bridge Ratings consumer study focused on digital platform preferences and consumer prioritization of digital media content.
Dave’s study confirms changes in behavior to help guide digital media content producers and also provides a strategy for radio to further engage with their audiences.
In this episode 0f Radio on Main Street, Erica Farber, RAB President and CEO, sits down for a conversation with consultant John Ellis at the recent CES in Las Vegas.
John actively consults clients whose businesses intersect in automotive, software, consumers and mobility.
In this episode of Radio on Main Street, Jeff Schmidt, SVP of Professional Development at the RAB, talks with Steve Koenig, Senior Director of Research for the Consumer Technology Association, following his “Tech Trends to Watch” presentation.
Jeff also speaks to Shawn DuBravac of Astra Insights about “smart speakers” and what the future holds for that technology.
In this episode of the Radio on Main Street Podcast, Erica Farber, President and CEO of the RAB sits down with some of America’s top radio industry leaders.
Many of us will make personal resolutions to improve ourselves in the coming year. We wanted to find out how radio executives resolve to see their own companies improve in the coming year and what resolutions they would like to see come to pass for the entire radio industry.
In this edition, Erica Farber, President and CEO of the RAB speaks with Caroline Kraddick, CEO and Chief Happiness Officer of Kidd’s Kids. Caroline is the daughter of the well-known radio personality Kidd Kraddick who died suddenly in July of 2013.
In addition to hosting a number one-morning show based in Dallas, Kidd was also the founder of Kidd’s Kids whose mission is to provide hope and happiness by creating beautiful memorials for families of children with life altering conditions. In this podcast they discuss how Caroline is keeping her Dad’s vision alive and thriving and how you can help support the mission.