Lisa Marber-Rich, Co-Founder and President of the Atlas Talent Agency, discusses the world of voiceover talent agents for radio broadcasters who are looking to break in to the business.
Scott Burnell, the Global Lead for Business Development and Partner Management of the Ford Developer Program, talks about the future of radio in the car dashboard in this backstage conversation at the 2018 Worldwide Radio Summit in Hollywood.
Dom Nero, Imaging Director for Emmis' Hot 97 in New York City, talks about what he does in his role, how imaging production has changed over the years, and what tools he uses in his craft.
Carolyn Gilbert of NuVoodoo Media Services talks about how radio research has evolved over time and what it means for the future of the industry.
Jon Zellner, the Executive Vice President of Programming Operations at iHeart Media, talks about what it's like to work with over 800 radio stations. He discusses the secret to getting sales and programming teams to work together, where the next generation of radio talent is coming from, and how to build local stations into a national brand.
Elliot Segal, host of the popular Elliot in the Morning show on DC101 in Washington D.C., talks about his career and what it takes to run a successful radio show.
Kurt Johnson, Senior VP of Townsquare Media, talks about the state of the radio industry.
Anders Held, Co-Founder of the Radiodays Europe conference and Head of International Relations at Swedish Radio, talks to Seth Resler about the state of radio in Europe at the 2017 Worldwide Radio Summit.
Voiceover talent Roberta Solomon discusses the inner workings of the voiceover industry for radio broadcasters who want to know more about it.
Chris Peterson, SVP of Podcasting at iHeartRadio, talks about the future of podcasting, especially for radio broadcasters.
Greg Strassell, SVP of Programming for Hubbard Radio, talks to Seth Resler backstage at the 2017 Worldwide Radio Summit.
Valerie Geller, radio talent coach and the author of Beyond Powerful Radio: A Communicator's Guide to the Internet Age, talks to Seth Resler at the 2017 Worldwide Radio Summit in Hollywood.
Seth Resler interviews Radio Futurologist James Cridland at the 2017 Worldwide Radio Summit
Seth Resler interviews Lori Lewis of Cumulus and Westwood One at the Worldwide Radio Summit
Seth Resler interviews Mark Pennington, Program Director of WRIF Detroit at the 2017 Worldwide Radio Summit.
JV, Host of The JV Show on Wild 94.9 in San Francisco, talks about his personal journey as host. He discusses the highs and lows of being a popular radio morning show host, from drug use and firings to saving the lives of sick children.
Tim Clarke, Senior Director of Digital Audience for Cox Media Group, talks about how radio stations can engage audiences online.
Andy Bowers, Chief Content Officer at the Panoply Network, talks about how he crossed from public radio to podcasting.
Pat Paxton, the President of Programming for Entercom, talks about his radio programming philosophy.
Rob Walch, VP of Podcaster Relations at Libsyn, talks about the world of podcasting and how commercial radio stations can dive into the medium.
Peter Szabo, former SVP of Global Music at Shazam, talks about how the music recognition mobile app can be used by radio stations.
Dean Cappello, the Executive Vice President & Chief Content Officer at WNYC, the legendary public radio station in New York City, talks about the state of the radio broadcasting industry.
Steve Reynolds has coached some of the biggest morning shows in radio broadcasting, including eight shows in the top ten markets.
Pierre Bouvard, now the Chief Insights Officer at Cumulus Media and Westwood One, has a long history of gleaning insights from data in the broadcasting industry. He discusses the adoption of Nielsen's PPM ratings system, the importance of data to radio advertisers, and the arrival of Cumulus Media's new CEO, Mary Berner.
Ginny Morris, the CEO and Chairperson of Hubbard Broadcasting, is widely respected among her peers for running an innovative broadcasting company. We sat down to talk about the right way to fail in broadcasting, what she looks for when purchasing radio stations, and what the she sees when she looks at the state of the industry.