Carson Daly Discusses Radio, Record Label and Artist Collaboration at 2013 Radio Show
Washington, DC; New York - Jun 25, 2013 - CBS Radio's Carson Daly will moderate a panel on the relationship between radio, record labels and artists at the 2013 Radio Show, jointly produced by the National Association of Broadcasters and the Radio Advertising Bureau. The session will take place on Sept. 18 at 10:15 a.m. at the Radio Show in Orlando.
"Radio, Record Labels & Artists: Creating a Powerful Partnership" will address how radio, record labels and artists can collaborate and collectively grow their businesses. The session will offer insights and tips on how the three parties can work more effectively together and explore solutions. Panelists include Steve Bartels, president and COO of Island Def Jam Music Group, and veteran programmer John Dimick, senior vice president, programming and operations, Lincoln Financial Media.
Carson Daly hosts a morning show on CBS Radio's KAMP-FM Los Angeles. Additionally, CBS recently announced the launch of two new weekly pop countdown programs hosted by Daly, beginning on July 6.
In addition to his radio work, Daly serves as host and producer of "The Voice" and "Last Call with Carson Daly," broadcast on NBC. He began his radio career in the early 1990s, earning a highly coveted position as early evening host on Los Angeles' top-rated KROQ-FM. Additionally, he was the acclaimed host of MTV's TRL (Total Request Live), a flagship program of the music network and a must-stop for artists, movie stars and entertainers.
For nine years, Daly has executive produced "NBC's New Year's Eve with Carson Daly."
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