Tammy Greenberg leads RAB’s Business Development team and in this episode of Radio on Main Street, she reports from the Association of National Advertiser’s Media Leadership Conference held last week in Orlando. Tammy is joined by colleagues from the Katz Partnership team for a unique round table conversation. Listen in as they share key takeaways from this year’s conference and what they learned from spending three days with the advertisers and agencies that are shaping today’s media landscape.
In this episode of Radio on Main Street, RAB President and CEO Erica Farber speaks with Bill Mayne, a legendary radio programmer, music industry executive and currently, Executive Director, Country Radio Broadcasters. Bill talks about the Country Radio Seminar (CRS) and how CRS has adapted to meet the needs of a changing industry.
In this episode of Radio On Main Street, RAB President and CEO Erica Farber speaks with Darren Davis, President of iHeartMedia Networks and iHeartRadio. Earlier this year at CES in Las Vegas, iHeartMedia announced the official release of two on demand services, iHeartRadio Plus and iHeartRadio All Access.
Erica and Darren talk about iHeartMedia’s broader digital strategy and how they are using technology to engage listeners across a wide variety of platforms.
In this episode of Radio On Main Street, RAB President and CEO Erica Farber speaks with NextRadio and TagStation.com President Paul Brenner. Paul reveals the power of NextRadio in helping broadcasters track ROI, effectiveness, demographics and more, through a real-time app that activates the radio tuner built into most smart-phones. The information it captures may help prove radio’s value and effectiveness to advertisers with real numbers.
Paul and Erica talk about how the app works from the listener’s point of view, and its immense potential to provide an information gold mine to broadcasters and advertisers.
In this episode of Radio on Main Street, RAB President and CEO Erica Farber speaks with Neuhoff Communications Chief Operating Officer Mike Hulvey about the power and importance of local radio. Mike’s dynamic personality and strong leadership skills have made him a welcome addition to RAB’s Executive Committee, and have been instrumental in powering Neuhoff Communications to prominence as one of America’s great local media companies. He attributes Neuhoff’s success to four core values: grit, community, innovation and excellence.
Mike and Erica have a lively conversation about what the future holds for local radio companies and how creative application of new technology helps make the hometown broadcaster more exciting and relevant to their local audience.
In this episode of Radio on Main Street, RAB President and CEO, Erica Farber speaks with veteran broadcaster Jim Thompson. Jim now heads the Broadcasters Foundation of America, a charitable foundation whose mission is to be there when times get tough for radio and television professionals.
Jim and Erica talk about the history and mission of the Broadcasters Foundation of America and look forward to some of the fundraising events that help the foundation help your fellow broadcasters. Who knows….maybe even you, someday.