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Radio Show Features Sessions to Celebrate Storytellers
WASHINGTON—The 2014 Radio Show session “The Magic – Radio's Storytellers" will feature radio personalities Bob & Tom, Scott Shannon and Clark Howard discussing how talent can effectively and positively impact listeners.
During the September 10 session, radio personalities will look back at their early days in Radio and discuss how they continue to impact listeners. The panel, moderated by radio consultant Gary Berkowitz, will feature Bob & Tom of Westwood One, Scott Shannon of CBS Radio and Clark Howard of Westwood One.
Other sessions slated for the programming pillar will address growing a station's mobile audience, developing creative content, as well as using both industry experience and data to identify music trends.
The Programming Masters Series September 12 will address the impact of the multiplatform media environment on programmers.
Sessions include: "Moonlight to Spotlight," focusing on the challenges in growing tomorrow's talent; "Connecting Social Media with your Brand;" "Radio in an Audio World;" and "The Evolution of Radio Branding." Some of the panelists include Kane, host, "The Kane Show;" Marilu Henner, host, "The Marilu Henner Show;" Steve Jones, vice president and general manager, ABC News Radio; Howard Cogan, voice of JACK-FM, HOCO Productions; and Dom Theodore, vice president, programming, The Blaze Radio Network.
The 2014 Radio Show is produced by the Radio Advertising Bureau and the National Association of Broadcasters and will be held September 10-12 in Indianapolis.
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