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2012 Radio Show Super Session

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Dallas - Aug 9, 2012 - While the music industry's business model is evolving, radio remains the number-one place for new music discovery in America. How can artists, record labels and radio work together to forge a new and lasting partnership built on mutual prosperity? 2012 Radio Show attendees will hear from trendsetters who are leading the way during the super session titled "The Relationship Between Music and Radio...We Need Each Other

Panelists include Scott Borchetta, president, CEO and founder of Big Machine Label Group, who was instrumental in developing the business model that aligns the business interests of Clear Channel Media and Entertainment with Big Machine to accelerate growth and innovation in digital radio and enables Big Machine and its artists to participate in Clear Channel's broadcast revenues.

Other industry leaders participating in the panel include Dan Mason, president and CEO of CBS Radio, and Tom Poleman, president of National Programming Platforms at Clear Channel Media and Entertainment. The super session will be moderated by Rick Cummings, president of Programming at Emmis Communications.

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