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A Conversation with David Field This is exclusive and something you won’t want to miss! There is no outside press, so to hear what one of the top leaders in the radio industry has to say, you have to be there. Veteran CBS news executive Harvey Nagler closes out Forecast with a sit-down, fascinating one-on-one conversation with David Field, CEO of Entercom.
Just Added! The State of Sports Radio: 2019 and Beyond
Jason Barrett, president of Barrett Sports Media, features an all-star lineup from the business side of sports radio for their perspective on the state of sports radio over the coming year.
Plus: Colin Kinsella, CEO of Havas North America, in a candid chat with Beasley Media Group CEO Caroline Beasley.
Marci Ryvicker, managing director/equity research for Wolfe Research, leads a panel that will discuss what will drive the advertising economy in 2019. Randy Michaels gets inside the real street talk about how radio will look to investors in 2019.
Beasley’s Buzz Knight and Ben Arnold from the Consumer Technology Association take a look beyond Google and Alexa for “Tech Trends Radio Needs to Know .”
Darren Davis, president of iHeartMedia Networks Group, will follow that conversation with a deep dive into digital.
We’ll get a take on the industry from some independent group leaders joining Steve Newberry, founder of Commonwealth Broadcasting and EVP at the National Association of Broadcasters.
And speaking of a take, CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett will bring his podcast, The Takeout, to the Forecast luncheon. And we’ll honor Peter Smyth with Radio Ink’s Lifetime Leadership Award at the luncheon as well.
All capped by the prestigious annual “40 Most Powerful People in Radio” Reception, held in the elegant Harvard Hall.
Forecast 2019 brings together the best and brightest talent in broadcasting and advertising to forecast the coming year, and to discuss the trends and momentums that will affect ratings and revenue.
From Washington to Wall Street, automobiles to mobile devices, Forecast focuses on what’s ahead in the broadcast community’s future and how to prepare for its opportunities and challenges. But there are only seven seats left.
Register today so you don’t miss any of the prognostications, evaluations, insights, and analyses that you’ll only hear at Forecast.