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Worldwide Radio Summit 2020 Set Dates -- March 25, 26, 27 For 10th Anniversary Gathering At Castaway In Burbank

Early Bird Registration Is Now Open


We're baaaaaaaaaaaaaaack! Yes it's year number 10! A decade of WORLDWIDE RADIO SUMMIT!

Yes, WORLDWIDE RADIO SUMMIT 2020, brought to you by ALL ACCESS, is all set for MARCH 25, 26, 27 at CASTAWAY in BURBANK. We thank you so much for your support allowing our terrific yearly growth.

Save The Dates And Get Your Budgets Set To Attend WWRS 2020

WWRS 2020 will be held MARCH 25, 26, 27 at CASTAWAY and is all part of CALIFORNIA ENTERTAINMENT WEEK kicking off with MUSEXPO MARCH 23, 24, 25, also at CASTAWAY, from your friends at A&R WORLDWIDE.

ALL ACCESS President & Publisher JOEL DENVER noted, "Once again this year, we've gathered the best of the best from radio, music, social/digital from all over the globe for WORLDWIDE RADIO SUMMIT 2020. Look for more fresh, cutting-edge sessions with great information about content, metrics, personalities, tactical and strategic planning and the latest innovations in audio, technology and facts about your audience that you must have to continue to win."

Early Bird Registration is open now https://cvent.me/BZRrL ... just $425 gets you nearly three days of must-attend sessions, networking, music, plus three cocktail parties, two lunches and so much more. Just click here to register for WWRS 2020 and save money.

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Your feedback and positive support for WORLDWIDE RADIO SUMMIT insures that WWRS 2020 will once again be the audio content learning event that you cannot afford to miss.
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Castaway
1250 Harvard Rd. Burbank, CA U.S.A.
 

Confirmed Speakers


Aled Haydn Jones

Head of Programmes, BBC1

Alissa Pollack

EVP/Global Music Marketing, iHeartMedia

Beata Murphy

APD/MD, KIISFM/Los Angeles

Bert Weiss

Mornings, WWWQ/Atlanta

Brian Kelly

VP/Programming, Entercom & PD WXSS & WMYX/Milwaukee

Brian Philips

EVP/Content and Audience, Cumulus Media

Colby Tyner

VP/Programming, RadioOne

Carolyn Gilbert

President, NuVooDoo

Curtiss Johnson

SVP/Programming, iHeartMedia, Sacramento

Dave Beasing

Pres, Sound That Brands

Dylan Sprague

SVP/Programming, iHeartMedia, Boston

Erica Farber

Pres. & CEO, RAB

Fred Jacobs

President, Jacobs Media

Glenn Goldstein

Pres., Goldstein Management

James Howard

RSVP/Programming, PD, WKSC/Chicago

Jay Stevens

President, Tenshare Media

Jim Ryan

SVP AC Programing, Entercom, PD WCBSF, WNEW/New York

Jon Zellner

President, Programming Operations, iHeartMedia

Justin Chase

EVP/Programming, Beasley Broadcast Group

Kelly Doherty

President, TheImagingHouse.com

Kid Kelly

VP/Pop & PD Hits1/Venus, SiriusXM

Kurt Johnson

SVP/Programming, Townsquare Media

Leigh Jacobs

EVP Perceptual Research, NuVooDoo

Lori Lewis

VP/Social Media, Modern Luxury

Louie Diaz

VP/Contemporary Music, Cumulus Media & PD WWWQ/Atlanta

Mark Adams

PD KIOI & KYLD/SF, KUBE/Seattle, iHeartmedia CHR Brand Coordinator

Matt Stevens

VP/Promotion & Market Strategy, Columbia Records

Michael Martin

SVP/Programming & Head of Music Initiatives

Mike McVay

President, McVay Media

Nicki Farag

EVP/Promotion, Def Jam Recordings

Pat Paxton

Chief Programming Officer, Entercom

Perry Simon

VP/News, Talk, Sports, Podcasting, AllAccess.com

Phil Becker

VP/Content, Alpha Media

Philippe Generali

Pres., RCS Computing & Media Monitors

Steve Goldstein

CEO, Amplifi Media

Steve Reynolds

President, Reynolds Group

Terri Thomas

PD, KBXX & KMJQ/Houston

Tim Clark

VP/Audience & Content For Radio, Cox Media

Tony Coles

EVP/Programming, iHeartmedia

Troy Hanson

PD, WKQX/Chicago


Worldwide Radio Summit Endorsements


Jimmy Steal
VP of Programming Emmis & Program Director Power 106 Los Angeles

"In the USA alone radio reaches 293,839,000* listeners every week! That's 93% of all consumers in the USA! It's our job to entertain, inform, and help in the discovery of new music every time they turn the radio on...what an exciting and rewarding way to have a positive and lasting impact on our audiences!"
* Source: RADAR 105, June 2010 Copyright Arbitron (Monday-Sunday 24-Hour Weekly Cume Estimate)

Leslie Fram
Music Director, CMT

"There was a time and era when radio changed the world. As technology evolved and continues to rapidly develop, radio is still a major influence for music discovery, local news and information and personalities that entertain on a daily basis." .

Mike Walsh
Deputy Programme Director/Head Of Music, Radio X (UK)

"Radio is still, by far, the most effective and emotive way of communicating passion for music."

Marc Young
Program Director, KEXX/Phoenix

"We all associate particular songs to key moments in life; no matter where we live or what language we speak. Radio has been and will continue to be the most effective medium of delivering those moments to the masses for FREE."

Ande MacPherson
General Manager, George FM & Kiwi FM, New Zealand

"Making emotional connections through being personal, portable and reflecting life right now are as important as ever. Plus radio has always been the great aggregator - this consumer offer is only becoming more valuable in our noisy, fragmented world. But it needs to be delivered as part of an on-going conversation where listeners can feedback, influence and get the bits they value when they want them. The future is bright."

Andrew Phillips
Media Consultant (UK)

Radio as a medium cannot be buried or ignored it continues to influence all other mediums and reflect societies cultural state. Video did not kill the radio star, neither did podcasts or Mp3's, not even streaming or 'listen again' options have destroyed the 'LIVE' power of radio.

Presenters, Programmers and producers in radio are some of the most 'aware' people in the world. They must be in touch with the heart beat of society, find the language and the songs that touch and connect with everyday people.

The radio summit is essential to remind both individuals and corporate monsters that the human voice is the most powerful medium and without listeners we don't have anyone to talk to. "


 

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